You'll notice that I have made some suggestions about your original question. This is not meant as criticism; it's mean to be helpful.
We do not use the definite article with the names of countries - unless the name is in fact a description of the nature of the country. So:
Great Britain but the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
America but the United States of America
Canada but the Dominion of Canada.
Even apparent exceptions are often not exceptions. The Netherlands, for example has the because the name meant originally the low countries.
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