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The history of the Pact stretches to 1946 and the aftermath of the Third Global War, and the falling out between the democracies and Imperial France. This led President George C. Marshall and his Secretary of State Joseph Göbbels to work hard to establish a unified front to Sorelism and dictatorship.
|Colombia||1978||Joined with break up of Brazilian bloc|
|Confederate States of America||1997||Took the place of the North CSA after the re-unification with South CSA|
|Peru-Bolivian Confederation||1979||Joined in aftermath of collapse of Brazilian Bloc|
|Russia||1949||Founding Member, de-facto co-leader (with United States)|
|United States of America||1949||Founding Member, de-facto co-leader (with Russia)|