List of sovereign states in 1989

Sovereign states by year
List of sovereign states in 1988 Events of 1989 List of sovereign states in 1990

Internationally recognized sovereign states[]

A[]

B[]

Myanmar Burma / Myanmar

C[]

State of Cambodia → People's Republic of Kampuchea

Republic of China → Taiwan

Democratic Republic of the Congo → Zaire

Côte d'Ivoire → Ivory Coast

D[]

Derg → Ethiopia

E[]

F[]

G[]

H[]

Holy See → Vatican City

I[]

J[]

K[]

CambodiaCambodia People's Republic of Kampuchea / State of Cambodia

L[]

M[]

Myanmar → Burma

N[]

O[]

P[]

 Poland

Q[]

R[]

Romania Romania

S[]

T[]

U[]

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics → Soviet Union

V[]

W[]

Y[]

Z[]

Non-sovereign territories[]

Australia[]

Denmark[]

Finland[]

France[]

Greece[]

Netherlands[]

New Zealand[]

Norway[]

Portugal[]

United Kingdom[]

United States[]

Other entities[]

Excluded from the list above are the following noteworthy entities which either were not fully sovereign or did not claim to be independent:

References[]

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