Countries Bordering the United States by EEZ (with a map)
Since the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea in 1982, every coastal country has been recognized to have an exclusive economic zone (EEZ) extending up to 200 nautical miles (230 mi, 370 km) from shore. The EEZ of the United States is shown in orange on the map below. Can you name every country whose EEZ borders the U.S.'s?
Certain borders are the result of various types of overseas possessions, which extend the EEZ of the parent country
Each EEZ will appear on the map when you enter the corresponding country. Areas that are disputed between multiple countries don't always appear
The United States claims Navassa Island and a corresponding EEZ, but this claim is disputed with Haiti and is not included in the quiz