Foreign relations of the United States





The United States has formal diplomatic relations with most nations. The United States federal statutes relating to foreign relations can be found in Title 22 of the United States Code.

Oceania


Foreign relations of the United States

Americas


Foreign relations of the United States

Caribbean



The term "Caribbean" is used loosely to refer to countries in or near the Caribbean Sea other than those included under "Latin America".

East Asia



Southeast Asia



South and Central Asia



Europe



North Africa and Middle East



The United States and the Kingdom of Persia recognized each other in 1850. Diplomatic relations were established in 1883 and severed in 1980.

Sub-Saharan Africa



Countries with Visa Services Suspended



  •  Belarus
  •  Libya
  •  Sudan
  •  Syria

Countries with no U.S. embassy



  •  Bhutan (Contact is made via the Government of India at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, and Bhutan consulates in New York City)
  •  Cook Islands (The U.S. recognizes the Cook Islands as part of the Realm of New Zealand)
  •  Iran (inactive, U.S. Interests Section at the Swiss Embassy acts as de facto embassy. Since December 2011, the United States has also maintained a virtual embassy online.)
  •  North Korea (Contact is made via the Government of Sweden through its embassy in Pyongyang)
  •  Antigua and Barbuda (U.S. Embassy and Consulates for Antigua and Barbuda are located in Barbados)
  •  Dominica (U.S. Embassy and Consulates for Dominica are located in Barbados)
  •  Grenada (U.S. Embassy and Consulates for Grenada are located in Barbados)
  •  Niue (The U.S. recognizes Niue as part of the Realm of New Zealand)
  •  Saint Kitts and Nevis (U.S. Embassy and Consulates for Saint Kitts and Nevis are located in Barbados)
  •  Saint Lucia (U.S. Embassy and Consulates for Saint Lucia are located in Barbados)
  •  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (U.S. Embassy and Consulates for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are located in Barbados)
  •  Guinea-Bissau (Contact is made at the U.S. Embassy in Senegal and there is also a presence of the U.S. in Guinea-Bissau through a Liaison Office in Bissau and a virtual presence post online, there are currently no Guinea-Bissauan consulates for the U.S., except for a Permanent mission to the UN in New York)
  •  Somalia (U.S. Embassy and Consulates for Somalia are located in Nairobi, Kenya and there is also a presence of the U.S. in Somalia through a virtual presence post online, Somali Embassy and Consulates are located in Washington, D.C.)

See also



  • Arctic policy of the United States
  • Foreign policy of the United States
  • List of diplomatic missions in the United States
  • List of diplomatic missions of the United States
  • Major non-NATO ally
  • Watching America

References



External links



  • Guide to Countries, Office of the Historian, U.S. Department of State

 This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the United States Department of State (Background Notes).



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