Countries beginning with W or X

How frustrating can the English alphabet be? We have countries for every letter, even Q, O and Y. Why not W or X? Well, there are in fact contenders for these exclusive letters, if you dig deep enough. Perhaps they might be former countries, or even future countries, or maybe they begin with W or X in their own languages.
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Last updated: January 18, 2017
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An Anglo-Saxon kingdom unified by Æthelstan
Common English name for the former country FRG
West Germany
A former principality ruled by Vlad the Impaler
The name for what Germany was in the early 20th century
Weimar Republic
An archaism and sometimes a literal translation for Belarus
White Russia
Asian country that was called this until 1970
West Pakistan
A South-Pacific island nation which changed its name from this in 1997
Western Samoa
A disputed territory semi-recognised by UN member states
Western Sahara
A French South Pacific territory partly named after a Cornish explorer
Wallis and Futuna
A principality until it was overtaken by Edward Plantagenet I
This country is called Xīnjiāpō Gònghéguó in one of its native languages
A reigon with a contentious state of sovreignty, also sometimes referred to as Xizang
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