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The Henley Visa Restrictions Index by the agency of the same name pretty much does that for you, there's even a wikipedia page for that, according to which the lowest ranking countries are Iran, Nepal, Lebanon, Pakistan, Afghanistan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_movement#Entrance_restrictions_in_certain_countries
By far it is the Northern Cyprus passport. If you have it you can visit only 6 countries in the World, Turkey (obviously), USA, UK, Australia, France and Pakistan. However, the Country itself is not recognized as UN member.
A passport is a document attesting to both the holder's identity and nationality. Since the requirements for identification (name, photograph, birthdate, signature, etc.) have been internationally standardized for some time, I would say the usefulness of the passport will be governed by the usefulness of holding a particular nationality. Your passport will ...
After several bits of research over lunch and some arguments, we found the following article in the International Business Times: The key paragraph would be: On the flipside, passport holders of Kosovo (38), Lebanon (38), Sri Lanka (38), Sudan (38), Nepal (37), Eritrea (36), Palestinian Territory (36), Pakistan (32), Somalia (32) and Iraq (31) have ...
EDIT: I've decided to rewrite the answer as per suggestions in the comments. The candidates would be: Among fully recognized UN members South Sudan - due to being the youngest country in the world. It is unlikely that many visa-free agreements have been made with South Sudan over the past 3 years Afghanistan - due to only having access to 28 countries of ...
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