Policy without Borders - country list

Which countries are covered by the Policy without Borders?

Policy without Borders covers 165 countries.

Afghanistan Comoros Iran Morocco Sint Maarten
Albania Congo Iraq Mozambique Solomon Islands
Algeria Costa Rica Israel Myanmar Somalia
Andorra Cote d'Ivore Jamaica Namibia South Africa
Angola Cuba Jordan Nauru South Sudan
Antigua and Barbuda Curacao Kazakhstan Nepal Sri Lanka
Argentina Dem. People's Rep. of Korea Kenya Nicaragua Sudan
Armenia Dem. Rep. of Congo Kiribati Niger Suriname
Aruba Djibouti Korea Nigeria Syria
Azerbaijan Dominica Kosovo Northern Macedonia Taiwan
Bahamas Dominican Rep. Kuwai Oman Tajikistan
Bahrain Ecuador Kyrgyzstan Pakistan Tanzania
Bangladesh Egypt Lao People's Dem. Rep. Palau Thailand
Barbados El Salvador Lebanon Panama Timor-Leste
Belarus Eqautorial Guinea Lesotho Papua New Guinea Togo
Belize Eritrea Lberia Paraguay Tonga
Benin Eswatini Libya Peru Trynidad and Tobago
Bhutan Ethiopia Liechtenstein Philippines Tunisia
Bolivia Fiji Macau (China) Qatar Turkey
Bosnia and Herzegovina Gabon Madagascar Russia Turkmenistan
Botswana Gambia Malawi Rwanda Tuvalu
Brazil Georgia Malaysia Saint Kitts and Nevis Uganda
Brunei Darussalam Ghana Maldives Saint Lucia Ukraine
Burkina Faso Grenada Mali Saint Vincent and Grenadines United Arab Emirates
Burundi Guatemala Marshall Islands Samoa Uruguay
Cabo Verde Guinea Mauritania San Marino Uzbeksitan
Cambodia Guinea-Bissau Mauritius Sao Tome and Principe Vanuatu
Cameroon Guyana Mexico Saudi Arabia Vatican
Central African Rep. Haiti Micronesia Senegal Venezuela
Chad Honduras Moldova Serbia Viet Nam
Chile Hong Kong (China) Monaco Seychelles West Bank and Gaza
China India Mongolia Sierra Leone Yemen
Colombia Indonesia Montenegro Singapore Zambia

The list is valid as of 1 October 2020.