Western Asia: countries quiz

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  • There is no correct or generally agreed upon definition of Western Asia. Wikipedia contains a discussion of the various definitions of Western Asia. new window icon
  • Armenia globe icon and Azerbaijan globe icon have long been associated with the Middle East but some sources now consider them part of Europe based on their economic and political trends. This, of course, would be based on political and economic definitions, not on a physical definition.
  • Georgia globe icon and Cyprus globe icon are part of Europe, but are included in this quiz because they were cut off on the Europe quiz.
  • The State of Palestine globe icon declared independence in 1988, but it is not recognized by the United Nations, Israel globe icon and major western nations. More information on the recognition of the State of Palestine: Wikipedia: International recognition of the State of Palestine new window icon

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