List of countries in 2002

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Contents: Internationally recognized sovereign states: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V Y Z
Other states
Non-Sovereign Territories: Australia - Denmark - France - Netherlands - New Zealand - Norway - United Kingdom - United States
Notes

Internationally recognized sovereign statesEdit

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FEdit

  •   Fiji - Republic of the Fiji Islands
  •   Finland - Republic of Finland
  •   France - French Republic

GEdit

HEdit

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  •   Iceland - Republic of Iceland
  •   India - Republic of India
  •   Indonesia - Republic of Indonesia
  •   Iran - Islamic Republic of Iran
  •   Iraq - Republic of Iraq
  •   Ireland - Republic of Ireland
  •   Israel - State of Israel
  •   Italy - Italian Republic

JEdit

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LEdit

  •   Laos - Lao People's Democratic Republic
  •   Latvia - Republic of Latvia
  •   Lebanon - Lebanese Republic
  •   Lesotho - Kingdom of Lesotho
  •   Liberia - Republic of Liberia
  •   Libya - Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
  •   Liechtenstein - Principality of Liechtenstein
  •   Lithuania - Republic of Lithuania
  •   Luxembourg - Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

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  •   Oman - Sultanate of Oman

PEdit

QEdit

  •   Qatar - State of Qatar

REdit

SEdit

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VEdit

YEdit

  •   Yemen - Republic of Yemen
  •   Yugoslavia - Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

ZEdit

Other statesEdit

Non-Sovereign TerritoriesEdit

AustraliaEdit

DenmarkEdit

FranceEdit

NetherlandsEdit

New ZealandEdit

  •   Cook Islands (Self-governing state in free association with New Zealand)
  •   Niue (Self-governing state in free association with New Zealand)
  •   Ross Dependency (Uninhabited dependent territory)[5]
  •   Tokelau (Dependent territory)

NorwayEdit

United KingdomEdit

  •   Akrotiri and Dhekelia - Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia (Sovereign base areas administrated as a single overseas territory)
  •   Anguilla (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Bermuda (Self-governing dependent territory to May 21, self-governing overseas territory from May 21)
  •   British Antarctic Territory (Uninhabited dependent territory to May 21, uninhabited overseas territory from May 21)[5]
  •   British Indian Ocean Territory (Uninhabited dependent territory to May 21, uninhabited overseas territory from May 21)
  •   British Virgin Islands (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Cayman Islands (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Falkland Islands (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Gibraltar (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Guernsey - Bailiwick of Guernsey (Crown dependency)
  •   Isle of Man (Crown dependency)
  •   Jersey - Bailiwick of Jersey (Crown dependency)
  •   Montserrat (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Pitcairn Islands - Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Saint Helena (Dependent territory with two dependencies to May 21, overseas territory with two dependencies from May 21)
  •   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)
  •   Turks and Caicos Islands (Dependent territory to May 21, overseas territory from May 21)

United StatesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. referred to in the United Nations as Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  2. Also known in English as "East Timor"
  3. Claims to be the legitimate government of Western Sahara. See Legal status of Western Sahara.
  4. See Political status of Taiwan and Legal status of Taiwan for details.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Including an Antarctic claim, neither recognized nor disputed under the terms of the Antarctic Treaty System.