The 42 countries Mitt Romney considers America’s allies

Jamie Weinstein | Senior Writer

BOCA RATON, Fla. — During Monday night’s foreign policy-focused presidential debate, Mitt Romney referred to America’s 42 allies. The Daily Caller emailed Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul to clarify what 42 countries Romney considers American allies.

“He means NATO Allies, Major Non-NATO Allies, and NATO contact countries,” Saul told TheDC in an email. She then provided the following list:

NATO Allies

1. Albania

2. Belgium

3. Bulgaria

4. Canada

5. Croatia

6. Czech Rep

7. Denmark

8. Estonia

9. France

10. Germany

11. Greece

12. Hungary

13. Iceland

14. Italy

15. Latvia

16. Lithuania

17. Luxembourg

18. Netherlands

19. Norway

20. Poland

21. Portugal

22. Romania

23. Slovakia

24. Slovenia

25. Spain

26. Turkey

27. United Kingdom                                                

Non-NATO Allies

1.    Australia

2.    Egypt

3.    Israel

4.    Japan

5.    South Korea

6.    Jordan

7.    New Zealand

8.    Argentina

9.    Bahrain

10.  Philippines

11.  Thailand

12.  Kuwait

13.  Morocco

14.  Pakistan

15.  Afghanistan

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