The first 'city-state' republic was Vaisali, in India, sometime around 700-300 BCE.
The oldest 'surviving city-state' republic is San Marino. It declared independence of the Roman Empire on 3 September 301.
The first 'full-fledged country' that became a republic was the Dutch Republic (the Netherlands), that declared its independence from King Philip II of Spain on 26 July 1581.
The Dutch Act of Abjuration was probably influenced by the Magna Carta, an English charter from 1215. In turn, the Act of Abjuration arguably influenced the United States Declaration of Independence, making it (the first modern?) republic on July 4, 1776.
It is a Federal constitutional presidential republic. So, yes the US is a republic.
If a country is governed by another country it becomes a colony.
The Republic of China is commonly known as Taiwan. The People's Republic of China is commonly known simply as China.
No The United States Of America is a Republic.
The people's republic of china or simply China
Ancient Greece were the first country to create the republic.
the Dubrovnik republic was the first country to recognize the USA as country (or one of the first) the Dubrovnik republic is now part of Croatia.
Republic of China
Emilio Aguinaldo was the first President of the Philippine Republic. He was also the leader of the country when it was first proclaimed as a republic.
There is the country Democratic republic of the Congo, and the country Republic of the Congo.
San Marino was truly the first established country. It gained independence from the Roman Empire in 301 and was the first republic.
Iran is the first country who recognize Pakistan as a contry in 1947-48.
It is the only state that was at first a country which was called (THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS)
it is Irish republic
Czech Republic is a first world country. It's a member of EU, NATO or even OECD. And of course UN.