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FaʻafanuaEdit

 
From 1841 to 1997, Hong Kong was a British colony.

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fuʻa Igoa Toatele O TagataTemplate:UN Population
(Template:UN Population)
Nofoaga
(km²)
Tupe Faavae
Afakanisitana Template:UN Population 647,500 Kabul
Armenia Template:UN Population 29,743 Yerevan
Azerbaijan[1] Template:UN Population 86,600 Baku
Bahrain Template:UN Population 760 Manama
Bangladesh Template:UN Population 147,570 Dhaka
Bhutan Template:UN Population 38,394 Thimphu
Brunei Template:UN Population 5,765 Bandar Seri Begawan
Cambodia Template:UN Population 181,035 Phnom Penh
China (PRC) Template:UN Population 9,596,961 Beijing
Cyprus Template:UN Population 9,251 Nicosia
East Timor Template:UN Population 14,874 Dili
Egypt[1] Template:UN Population 1,010,408 Cairo
Georgia[1] Template:UN Population 69,700 Tbilisi
India Template:UN Population 3,287,263 New Delhi
Initonesia[1] Template:UN Population 1,904,569 Jakarta
Iran Template:UN Population 1,648,195 Tehran
Iraq Template:UN Population 438,317 Baghdad
Israel Template:UN Population 20,770 Jerusalem (disputed)
Iapani Template:UN Population 377,915 Tokyo
Jordan Template:UN Population 89,342 Amman
Kasakisitana[1] Template:UN Population 2,724,900 Asetana
Kuwait Template:UN Population 17,818 Kuwait City
Kyrgyzstan Template:UN Population 199,951 Bishkek
Laos Template:UN Population 236,800 Vientiane
Lebanon Template:UN Population 10,400 Beirut
Malaysia Template:UN Population 329,847 Kuala Lumpur
Maldives Template:UN Population 298 Malé
Mongolia Template:UN Population 1,564,116 Ulaanbaatar
Myanmar Template:UN Population 676,578 Naypyidaw
Nepal Template:UN Population 147,181 Kathmandu
North Korea Template:UN Population 120,538 Pyongyang
Oman Template:UN Population 309,500 Muscat
Pakisitana Template:UN Population 796,095 Islamabad
Palestine Template:UN Population 6,220 Ramallah
(Jerusalem) (claimed)
Philippines Template:UN Population 300,000 Manila
Qatar Template:UN Population 11,586 Doha
Russia[1] Template:UN Population 17,098,242 Moscow
Saudi Arabia Template:UN Population 2,149,690 Riyadh
Singapore Template:UN Population 697 Singapore
South Korea Template:UN Population 100,210 Seoul
Sri Lanka Template:UN Population 65,610 Colombo
Syria Template:UN Population 185,180 Damascus
Taiwan (ROC) Template:UN Population 36,193 Taipei
Tajikistan Template:UN Population 143,100 Dushanbe
Thailand Template:UN Population 513,120 Bangkok
Turkey[2] Template:UN Population 783,562 Ankara
Turkmenistan Template:UN Population 488,100 Ashgabat
United Arab Emirates Template:UN Population 83,600 Abu Dhabi
Uzbekistan Template:UN Population 447,400 Tashkent
Vietnam Template:UN Population 331,212 Hanoi
Yemen Template:UN Population 527,968 Sana'a

Within the above-mentioned states are several partially recognized countries with limited to no international recognition. None of them are members of the UN:

Flag Name Population
Area
(km²)
Capital
Abkhazia 242,862 8,660 Sukhumi
Nagorno-Karabakh 146,573 11,458 Stepanakert
Northern Cyprus 285,356 3,355 Nicosia
South Ossetia 51,547 3,900 Tskhinvali

Asia atunuuEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 transcontinental country.
  2. Eastern Thrace region of Turkey is in Europe. Therefore Turkey is a transcontinental country.

BibliographyEdit

  • Lewis, Martin W.; Wigen, Kären (1997). The myth of continents: a critique of metageography. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-20743-2. 
  • Ventris, Michael; Chadwick, John (1973). Documents in Mycenaean Greek (2nd ed.). Cambridge: University Press. 

Further readingEdit

  • Higham, Charles. Encyclopedia of Ancient Asian Civilizations. Facts on File library of world history. New York: Facts On File, 2004.
  • Kamal, Niraj. "Arise Asia: Respond to White Peril". New Delhi:Wordsmith,2002, Template:ISBN
  • Kapadia, Feroz, and Mandira Mukherjee. Encyclopaedia of Asian Culture and Society. New Delhi: Anmol Publications, 1999.
  • Levinson, David, and Karen Christensen. Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2002.