This is a list of sovereign states and dependent territories of the world by continent, displayed with their respective national flags, including the following entities: * By association within the UN system: * The 193 member states of the United Nations (UN). * Vatican City (administered by the Holy See, a UN observer state), which has diplomatic relations with 183 countries as of 7 Jan 2019. * Palestine (a UN observer state), which has diplomatic relations with 138 countries as of 31 July 2019. * By Other States * Generally this contains states with limited recognition and associated states not members of the United Nations * Partially recognised de facto sovereign states without UN membership, such as the Republic of Kosovo and Taiwan (Republic of China) * De facto sovereign sta

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  • This is a list of sovereign states and dependent territories of the world by continent, displayed with their respective national flags, including the following entities: * By association within the UN system: * The 193 member states of the United Nations (UN). * Vatican City (administered by the Holy See, a UN observer state), which has diplomatic relations with 183 countries as of 7 Jan 2019. * Palestine (a UN observer state), which has diplomatic relations with 138 countries as of 31 July 2019. * By Other States * Generally this contains states with limited recognition and associated states not members of the United Nations * Partially recognised de facto sovereign states without UN membership, such as the Republic of Kosovo and Taiwan (Republic of China) * De facto sovereign states lacking general international recognition * Cook Islands and Niue, two associated states of New Zealand without UN membership * By Dependent Territories of other UN member states: * Generally this contains non-sovereign territories that are recognized by the UN as part of some member state. * Dependent territories. * Special territories recognized by international treaty (such as the special administrative regions of China). * Other territories often regarded as separate geographical territories even though they are integral parts of their mother countries (such as the overseas departments of France). This list divides the world using the seven-continent model, with islands grouped into adjacent continents. Variations on are noted below and discussed in the following articles: Continent, Boundaries between the continents of Earth, and List of transcontinental countries. (en)
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  • This is a list of sovereign states and dependent territories of the world by continent, displayed with their respective national flags, including the following entities: * By association within the UN system: * The 193 member states of the United Nations (UN). * Vatican City (administered by the Holy See, a UN observer state), which has diplomatic relations with 183 countries as of 7 Jan 2019. * Palestine (a UN observer state), which has diplomatic relations with 138 countries as of 31 July 2019. * By Other States * Generally this contains states with limited recognition and associated states not members of the United Nations * Partially recognised de facto sovereign states without UN membership, such as the Republic of Kosovo and Taiwan (Republic of China) * De facto sovereign sta (en)
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  • List of sovereign states and dependent territories by continent (en)
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