All countries share borders, although these may not always be land borders. Australia, for example, shares no land borders with any other country, but it does have maritime borders with other countries.
When countries share a border it is referred to as a "common or shared" border.
The countries that share a border with Argentina are:ParaguayBrazilBoliviaUruguayChile
Australia does NOT share a border with Iraq.
how many countries border touch with Germany
14 countries share a border with Russia.
Erm, it doesn't share a border with Australia - no one does. It does share borders with: Myanmar (Burma), Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia. So, everywhere else is the answer to your strangely worded question.
No countries share a border with Israel except Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt.
Cambodia, China, and Laos share a border with Vietnam. (:
Only three countries share a border with Luxembourg. They are Belgium, France, and Germany.
The only Australian state that does not share a border with South Australia is Tasmania. All mainland states, as well as the Northern Territory, share a border with South Australia. Tasmania, however, is Australia's island state, and it shares both a sea border and a land border with Victoria alone.
Portugal and Andorra are the two countries on the Iberian Peninsula that share a border with Spain.
Yes, the two countries share a long land border.