The map above shows which word appears most often on each country’s English language Wikipedia page. For example, on the Wikipedia page about Canada, the word ‘Quebec’ appears more often than any other.
The map above shows which countries Americans consider their allies and friends and those they consider unfriendly or even their enemy.
The data is based off a YouGov poll conducted between January 28 – February 1, 2017, which asked 7,150 adults living in the United States the question:
“Do you consider the countries listed below to be a friend or an enemy of the United States?”
Looking for the perfect world map poster to hand on your wall? The 37 eye-catching posters below include all types of different styles and designs. From children’s maps to vintage to black & white to large maps and even map art.
Owning a least one good world atlas is a must for any cartophile or map lover. But why stop at one? Below we’ve profiled 27 brilliant world atlases all map lovers would be happy to own.
To make your life a little easier we’ve broken them down into 5 categories:
The map above shows the world divided into two regions with approximately equal military expenditures. The area in blue represents countries that are NATO members aka the “West,” who account for 51% of the world’s militarily spending. And the red countries make up the “Rest.”
While North Korea (officially: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea; DPRK) remains one of the world’s most isolated states, it does have numerous embassies in many countries around the world also hosts many foreign embassies in Pyongyang.
The map above shows which countries host a North Korean embassy, with the map below showing which countries have embassies in North Korea: