United States' Territorial Disputes

Can you name all the countries that have a dispute over either land or water with the United States of America?
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Last updated: April 5, 2018
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Canada
Colombia
Cuba
Haiti
Honduras
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Jamaica
Marshall Islands
Mexico
Nicaragua
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Level 61
Apr 5, 2018
Fun Fact #1: The U.S has a dispute with Tokelau, a territory of New Zealand. The reason it is not on this quiz is because New Zealand thinks it belongs to the U.S, but Tokelau does not. Fun Fact #2: The United States has territorial disputes with 4.5 times as many countries as it actually borders.
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Level 56
Apr 5, 2018
Interesting. These quizzes are challenging, but I enjoy them. Is there any way you could add the name of the disputed territory/ies next to the country? Also, where do you find this information? I would be interested in checking it out
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Level 68
Apr 5, 2018
Most of these disputes come from the Guano Islands Act, when the US decided that every island made of bird poop can be claimed by them.
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Level 57
May 23, 2019
Holy crap that's real!
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Level 61
Apr 6, 2018
I wonder what dispute we have with some of these countries. I know there's like some island in Maine that Canada and the US both claim.
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Level 62
Apr 28, 2020
Not sure, but here are some guesses to the disputed areas: Canada: some islands east of Maine. Colombia/Honduras/Jamaica/Nicaragua: Serranilla Bank and Bajo Nuevo Bank. Cuba/Haiti: Navassa Island. Marshall Islands: Wake Island. Mexico: Land around the Rio Grande. Remember that some of these are just guesses.