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In De Soto's words, "The basic rule is simple and direct: Each discrete geographical or political entity is considered to be a country." This rule has stood the test of time -- from the original list published in 1937, to the ARRL DXCC List of today.
For more than 70 years, the DXCC List has been the standard for DXers around the world.
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De Soto never intended that all DXCC "countries" would be countries in the traditional sense of the word.
Rather, they are the distinct geographic and political entities which DXers seek to contact. The List remains unchanged until an entity no longer satisfies the criteria under which it was added, at which time it is moved to the Deleted List.