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What are four countries that possess islands in the Caribbean Sea?

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10/03/2014

The four non-Caribbean nations that have island territories in the West Indies are the United States, France, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

*Excluding independent island nations in the Caribbean and their dependent islands (like Cuba and the associated Isla de la Juventud), there are at least nine claimants :

United Kingdom - Montserrat, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, etc.

France - Martinique, Guadeloupe, etc.

Netherlands - Curacao, Aruba, etc.

United States - Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, etc.

and five countries that border the Caribbean :

Venezuela - Isla Margarita, Isla Coche, etc.

Mexico - Isla Mujeres, etc.

Nicaragua - Isla de Maiz, etc.

Colombia - Isla de San Andreas, etc.

Honduras - Swan Islands, etc.
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France, the Netherlands, the United States, and the United Kingdom all have countries in the Caribbean Sea. Martinique, Aruba, Puerto Rico, and the Cayman Islands belong to those countries respectively.