List of sovereign states and dependent territories (Iearth)
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The following is a list providing an overview of sovereign states and dependent territories around the world as recognized by the Coalition of Crown Albatross. It includes information on their location, demographics, and government. They are separated by their geographic locations, while nations that do not hold complete recognition are labeled separately as 'disputed'.
|Name||Population||Region||Head of state|
|Mist Carthara Islands||74,000||Antartique||Chairman Esther Berlioz|
|Zaheerstan||562,000||Cantalle Ocean||Prime Minister|
|Taupo||320,160||Cantalle Ocean||Prime Minister Ainalani Tupua|
|Name||Population||Continent||Head of state||Dispute|
|Hisrea||2,394,000||Adula||Chairman Muaaid al-Salik||Autonomously administered. Separated from Zalluabed in the Osea Accords. Recognized by Togaria, Ireqa, Cyruda, and Apatonia.|
|Gangkou||7,078,000||Ausiana||Lt. Governor Wan Yahui Croston||Administered by Zamastan. Not recognized by Yuan.|
|Konkurso||3,428,000||Nortua-Adula||Administered by Birnir. Not recognized by Cadair. Low-level insurgency is ongoing.|
|Cambria||1,928,000||Adula||Declared independence from Alecburgh during the Croixia War. Not recognized by most of the international community. Recognized by many nations in the TTPA, notably Drambenburg and Beleroskov.|
Criteria for inclusion
The CCA considers a territory as sovereign if it has a declarative theory of statehood which possess[es] the following qualifications: (a) a permanent population; (b) a defined territory; (c) government; and (d) a capacity to enter into relations with the other states so long as it was not obtained by force (whether this consists in the employment of arms, in threatening diplomatic representations, or in any other effective coercive measure). Additionally, if they are not fully recognized by the CCA member states but meet the prior criteria, they are officially listed as disputed. Even if they are disputed states, they can be granted observer status in the CCA.