Member-States

A member state is a state that is a member of an international organisation.

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has members that are sovereign states and members that are not, thus WTO members are not called member states.

Worldwide

Worldwide - language related

  • Member states of the Arab League | 22
  • Member states of the Dutch Language Union | 3
  • Member states of the Commonwealth of Nations | 54
  • Member states of the Latin Union | 36
  • Member states of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries | 8
  • Member states of the International Organization of the Francophonie
  • Member states of the Organization of Ibero-American States | 24

Worldwide - religion related

  • Member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation | 57

Worldwide - commodity related

  • Member states of OPEC | 12
  • Member states of CIP | 14
  • Member states of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons | 195+

Restricted to a continent or larger region

Europe centered:

America centered:

Africa:

Asia:

Arctic:

Other:

  • Member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States | 9 + 2 unofficial participants (Turkmenistan and Ukraine)

Military

References

See also

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