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OSCE countries table with statistics and regional blocs

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State (56) [2] UN (55) [3] OSCE (56) [4] Trade bloc [5] Military alliance [6] OECD (25) [7] WTO (41) [8] VWP (22) [9] HDI (55) [10] Quality of life (50) [11] life expectancy (53) [12] GDP PPP (55) [13] GNI PPP (55) [14] GNI (55) [15] GDP (50) [16] CPI(51)[17] RWB press freedom (50) [18] internet users % (56) [19]
Albania UN OSCE (2015) NATO WTO 38.7 0.801 5.635 76.4 6,197 5,840 2,960 3,256 2.9 (105) 25.5 16.0
Andorra UN OSCE x obs VWP 0.944 , 83.5 38,800 , NO 11,116+ , , 83.5
Armenia UN OSCE CSTO WTO 58.7 0.775 5.423 72.1 5,769 5,890 1,930 2,247 3.0 (99) 23.6 5.8
Austria UN OSCE EU OECD WTO VWP 0.948 7.268 79.8 38,478 35,130 39,590 44,308 8.1 (15) 4.2 68.2
Azerbaijan UN OSCE GUAM obs 14.0 0.746 5.378 67.5 6,476 5,960 1,850 3,633 2.1 (150) 55.4 18.3
Belarus UN OSCE EAEC CSTO obs 21.1 0.804 4.978 69.0 10,167 8,810 3,380 4,013 2.1 (150) 63.6 29.1
Belgium UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.946 7.095 79.4 36,355 35,090 38,600 41,605 7.1 (21) 1.5 67.3
Bosnia and Herzegovina UN OSCE (2015) obs 21.3 0.803 5.219 74.9 9,964 , NO 2,980 3,399 3.3 (84) 11.1 31.2
Bulgaria UN OSCE EU NATO WTO 13.3 0.824 6.163 73.0 10,973 10,140 3,990 5,115 4.1 (64) 16.2 32.9
Canada UN OSCE NAFTA NATO OECD WTO x 0.961 7.599 80.7 36,983 34,610 36,170 42,738 8.7 (9) 4.8 84.3
Croatia UN OSCE (2010) NATO WTO 5.1 0.850 6.301 75.7 15,733 13,680 9,330 11,271 4.1 (64) 12.5 50.0
Cyprus UN OSCE EU WTO 1.7 0.903 7.097 78.3 31,522 21,490 18,430 26,385 5.3 (39) 14.0 29.9
Czech Republic UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.891 6.629 76.5 25,346 21,470 12,680 16,371 5.2 (41) 4.0 48.9
Denmark UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.949 7.797 78.3 38,438 36,460 51,700 57,034 9.4 (1) 2.0 84.2
Estonia UN OSCE EU NATO disc WTO VWP 0.860 5.906 71.4 21,860 17,540 11,410 15,309 6.5 (28) 1.0 65.5
Finland UN OSCE EU OECD WTO VWP 0.952 7.618 79.3 37,957 35,150 40,650 44,911 9.4 (1) 1.5 82.9
France UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.952 7.084 80.7 33,078 33,740 36,550 40,781 7.3 (19) 9.7 67.7
Georgia UN OSCE GUAM WTO 46.6 0.754 5.366 71.0 4,176 3,690 1,560 2,185 3.4 (79) 20.8 7.8
Germany UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.935 7.048 79.4 33,023 31,830 36,620 39,649 7.8 (16) 5.7 67.1
Greece UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO 1.5 0.926 7.163 79.5 35,167 24,560 21,690 32,009 4.6 (56) 9.2 45.9
Hungary UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.874 6.534 73.3 21,040 18,290 11,570 13,560 5.3 (39) 4.5 55.5
Iceland UN OSCE EFTA NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.968 7.911 81.8 41,680 36,560 50,580 62,976 9.2 (6) 0.7 89.3
Ireland UN OSCE EU OECD WTO VWP 0.959 8.333 78.9 47,169 35,900 45,580 58,883 7.5 (17) 2.0 67.3
Italy UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.941 7.810 79.9 32,319 30,550 32,020 35,385 5.2 (41) 11.2 50.1
Kazakhstan UN OSCE EAEC CSTO obs 11.7 0.794 5.083 67.2 10,658 7,780 3,790 6,313 2.1 (150) 41.6 12.4
Kyrgyzstan UN OSCE EAEC CSTO WTO 32.1 0.696 4.846 68.8 2,314 1,990 490 662 2.1 (150) 33.6 13.8
Latvia UN OSCE EU NATO WTO VWP 0.855 6.009 71.6 18,005 15,350 8,100 11,826 4.8 (51) 3.5 59.4
Liechtenstein UN OSCE EFTA WTO VWP 0.946 , 79.81 25,000 44,260+ 57,230 , , 66.2
Lithuania UN OSCE EU NATO WTO VWP 0.862 6.034 74.4 17,749 14,930 7,870 10,472 4.8 (51) 7.0 59.2
Luxembourg UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.944 8.015 79.0 87,400 59,560 76,040 102,284 8.4 (12) 7.0 74.9
FYR Macedonia UN OSCE (2015) 2008 WTO 33.5 0.801 5.338 74.2 8,251 7,610 3,060 3,573 3.3 (84) 11.5 43.9
Malta UN OSCE EU WTO VWP 0.878 6.934 79.4 23,454 18,630 13,610 16,049 5.8 (33) , 49.4
Moldova UN OSCE GUAM WTO 36.7 0.708 5.010 68.9 3,090 2,880 1,100 1,187 2.8 (111) 24.7 16.2
Monaco UN OSCE x NO VWP 0.946 , , 30,000 , NO 11,116+ , , 60.7
Montenegro UN OSCE (2015) obs 25.6 0.789 , 74.5 3,800 , NO 3,860 , 3.3 (84) 19.0 41.7
Netherlands UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.953 7.433 79.8 38,252 37,580 42,670 45,428 9.0 (7) 3.5 85.4
Norway UN OSCE EFTA NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.968 8.051 80.2 47,098 43,820 66,530 79,153 8.7 (9) 0.7 85.7
Poland UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO 13.8 0.870 6.309 75.6 16,599 14,830 8,190 10,858 4.2 (61) 18.5 52.0
Portugal UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.897 7.307 78.1 23,867 21,580 18,100 20,664 6.5 (28) 2.0 73.8
Romania UN OSCE EU NATO WTO 25.0 0.813 6.106 72.5 11,080 9,820 4,850 7,351 3.7 (69) 12.7 33.4
Russia UN OSCE EAEC CSTO disc obs 7.5 0.802 4.796 65.5 13,432 11,630 5,780 8,611 2.3 (143) 56.9 27.1
San Marino UN OSCE x NO VWP 0.944 , , 34,100 35,580+ 43,580+ , , 53.0
Serbia UN OSCE (2015) obs 11.7 0.772 6.279 74.0 7,265 , NO 3,910 5,397 3.4 (79) 21.0 35.3
Slovakia UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.863 6.381 74.7 20,002 17,600 9,870 13,226 4.9 (49) 1.0 55.3
Slovenia UN OSCE EU NATO disc WTO VWP 0.917 6.986 77.9 26,576 23,970 18,890 22,079 6.6 (27) 6.5 64.8
Spain UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.949 7.727 80.9 29,148 28,030 27,570 31,471 6.7 (25) 10.2 70.6
Sweden UN OSCE EU OECD WTO VWP 0.956 7.937 80.9 36,687 35,070 43,580 47,068 9.3 (4) 1.5 80.5
Switzerland UN OSCE EFTA OECD WTO VWP 0.955 8.068 81.7 40,590 40,930 57,230 56,711 9.0 (7) 3.0 75.8
Tajikistan UN OSCE EAEC CSTO obs 32.4 0.673 4.754 66.7 1,637 1,410 390 522 2.1 (150) 37.0 6.7
Turkey UN OSCE (2015) NATO OECD WTO 11.2 0.798 6.287 71.8 9,816 9,060 5,400 6,547 4.1 (64) 31.2 34.5
Turkmenistan UN OSCE NO 45.4 0.713 4.870 63.2 9 483 ND est LMI 5,054 2.0 (162) 103.7 1.4
Ukraine UN OSCE GUAM WTO 30.9 0.788 5.033 67.9 8,624 7,520 1,950 2,829 2.7 (118) 26.7 14.7
United Kingdom UN OSCE EU NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.946 6.917 79.4 37,328 35,580 40,180 45,301 8.4 (12) 8.2 79.8
United States UN OSCE NAFTA NATO OECD WTO VWP 0.951 7.615 78.2 44,764 44,260 44,970 45,593 7.2 (20) 14.5 74.1
Uzbekistan UN OSCE EAEC CSTO obs 61.1 0.702 4.767 67.2 2,540 2,250 610 753 1.7 (175) 74.8 8.8
Vatican City obs OSCE x obs 16.7 N/A , , , , , , , 17.1

     high income ($11,116 or more)      upper middle income ($3,596 to $11,115)      lower middle income ($906 to $3,595)

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.internetworldstats.com
  2. ^ Only sovereign states are listed
  3. ^ The United Nations is a world-wide organisation with 182 members, see also; Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  4. ^ OSCE is an international organization which serves as a forum for political dialogue. Its stated aim is to secure stability in the region (Caucasus, Central Asia, Europe, North America and Russia) based on democratic practices and improved governance. Similar organisation of European countries is Council of Europe with European Court of Human Rights and European Convention on Human Rights, numbering 47 out of 50 European countries and membership is open to all European states which seek European integration, accept the principle of the rule of law and are able and willing to guarantee democracy, fundamental human rights and freedoms.
  5. ^ Number of "OSCE countries" in Trade bloc: EU (27), EAEC (6), EFTA (4), NAFTA (2), other regional blocs (not listed because countries inside are likely, sooner or later, to join EU or EAEC, some already seriously involved in joining processes); CEFTA (7), CIS (11), GUAM (4); EFTA countries and 4 European microstates marked x, while not EU members, are partially integrated in EU through euro currency, Schengen treaty, EU single market - EEA and Customs Union
  6. ^ Number of "OSCE countries" inside military alliance; NATO (26), CSTO (7); see also; NATO Cooperation with non-member states, Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
  7. ^ OECD is an international organisation of 30 countries (25 OSCE), that accept the principles of representative democracy and a free market economy
  8. ^ WTO - Members and Observers Monaco, San Marino, Turkmenistan - no official interaction with the WTO, Vatican (Holy See) - special observer status
  9. ^ VWP is a program of the United States of America which allows citizens of countries with visa refusal rate less than 3% and some specific countries 10% to travel to the US for tourism or business for up to 90 days without having to obtain a visa. All countries participating in the program have high HDI and most are regarded as developed countries; Adjusted Visa Refusal Rate year 2006, 2007, 2008
  10. ^ The Human Development Index (HDI) is a comparative measure of life expectancy, literacy, education, and standards of living for countries worldwide. It is a standard means of measuring well-being, especially child welfare. It is used to distinguish whether the country is a developed, a developing, or an under-developed country, and also to measure the impact of economic policies on quality of life.
  11. ^ Economist Intelligence Unit’s The Quality-of-Life Index calculated in 2005
  12. ^ life expectancy United Nations World Population Propsects: 2006 revision – Table A.17 for 2005-2010
  13. ^ Gross domestic product, List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita for year 2007 from IMF World Economic Outlook Database 2007 October Edition
  14. ^ List of Countries by GNI (PPP) per capita from World Development Indicators database [1], World Bank, 14 September 2007 [2] GNI per capita 2006, Atlas method and PPP
  15. ^ Gross National Income, List of countries by GNI per capita World Development Indicators database [3] , World Bank, 14 September 2007 [4] GNI per capita 2006, Atlas method and PPP; Country clasification - low income ($905 or less), lower middle income ($906 to $3,595), upper middle income ($3,596 to $11,115), high income ($11,116 or more) Turkmenistan estimated to be lower middle income ($906 to $3,595).
  16. ^ List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita for year 2007 from World Economic Outlook Database 2007 October Edition; colors used: (light blue) EU candidates and potencial candidates countries without Turkey, (blue) European countries inside at least one of following organisations: EU, EFTA, NATO, euro, Schengen or EEA, (dark blue) NAFTA countries; (orange) Countries in EAEC or CSTO; (light red-pink) Countries outside blocks or undecided regarding long-term integrations.
  17. ^ Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) ordering the countries of the world according to "the degree to which corruption is perceived to exist among public officials and politicians". Transparency International defines corruption as "the abuse of public office for private gain".
  18. ^ RWB Worldwide press freedom index compiles and publishes an annual ranking of countries based upon the organization's assessment of their press freedom records. Small countries, such as Malta, and Andorra, are excluded from this report.
  19. ^ Source; InternetWorldStats for countries of Europe, Asia and North America updated for November 30, 2007

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