This is a
list of from published works of fiction (books, films, television series, games, etc.). Fictional works describe all the countries in the following list as located somewhere fictional countries on the surface of the Earth as we know it — as opposed to underground, inside the planet, on another world, or during a different "age" of the planet with a different physical geography.
America, Confederate States of
East of West An alternate
Confederacy, formed in 1910. Heavily oriented around trade. Its capital is located in Savannah, Georgia.
America, Pacific States of
The Man in the High Castle A
puppet state governed by the Empire of Japan, consisting of the West Coast of the United States.
America, People's Republic of
East of West A nation formed by
Mao Zedong and his followers fleeing China. It is composed of the West Coast. It is a Dynasty operating in name as a single party socialist state. Its capital is New Shanghai.
Anchuria, Republic of
Cabbages and Kings American writer
O. Henry coined "banana republic" to describe the fictional Republic of Anchuria.
, Papers, Please The Republia Times A sovereign state in the Game
Papers Please, by Lucas Pope, which includes the cities of St. Marmero, Glorian, and Outer Grouse. It has a longstanding rivalry with its' neighbour, Republia. It also has an allegedly tyrannical government.
Frozen A kingdom based on
Early Modern Norway.
Papers, Please A sovereign state in the Game
Papers Please, by Lucas Pope, which is divided into at least eight districts, and also includes the cities of Orvech Vonor, Paradizna, Nirsk, and East Grestin, where most gameplay takes place. It has tense relations with its' neighbour, Kolechia, due to a war which occurred before the events of the game.
Timaeus a mythological island nation first mentioned by
Graustark: The Story of a Love Behind a Throne neighbor of
Graustark in several novels by George Barr McCutcheon.
The name of a small Pacific Island nation featured in a novel by Marina Myles
Babar the Elephant A country supposedly in
Northern Africa consisting of intelligent elephants that are usually bipedal and civilized.
Baltish A fictional country from a Lithuanian TV show of the same name.
Geograhy Now! ( April Fools' Day) A small archipelago in the central Indian Ocean colonized by east African refugees and has heavy Danish influences, created by the YouTube channel
Geography Now! as an April Fools' Day joke. 
The Phantom A central African nation
Bangistan A fictional country featured in the Bollywood film by the same name
San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups Caribbean islands bordering San Sombrèro.
The Prince and Me 3: A Royal Honeymoon A fictional
Denmark's dependent Slavic country somewhere in the Balkans or Eastern Europe
Doonesbury Located between Iran and Russia.
Its capital is either called Bmzklfrpz City  or Trff City.  
Gulliver's Travels A land where all the people are tiny from the book by
The Shadow of a Titan A South American dictatorship, from
Felix Wedgwood's novel 
The Adventures of Tintin
totalitarian state from the comics series, located in the Balkans
Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar A
Balkan principality modeled on Montenegro 
Ace Attorney A Northern European republic that is stated to be very small in size, and is best known in the series for being home to the world-famous singer Lamiroir.
Gulliver's Travels A land occupied by giants from the book by
Tom Swift, Jr. An Eastern European dictatorship similar to the Soviet Union, in the
series Tom Swift, Jr.
Air America A small Latin American nation which served as the setting for Lorenzo Lamas' hit TV series Air America.
Yes Minister A
developing African country, formerly known as British Equatorial Africa.
The Castle of Cagliostro a tiny, mountainous European duchy in the
Lupin III film
The King Maker a tiny Balkan republic in the
Doc Savage adventure
Scandal a European monarchy featured in the season 5 premiere episode which bears strong similarities to the United Kingdom
The Sleeping Prince Balkan kingdom in the play by
Terence Rattigan and the subsequent film The Prince and the Showgirl
Mia and Me The island kingdom on the book of Mia
ArmA 2 post-Soviet republic
GI Joe A fictional country in the world of GI Joe. The Evil terrorist organization Cobra Command caused the formation of the island in the Gulf of Mexico, claimed the island and declared sovereignty. They used it as a base and as a front that gave Cobra agents around the world diplomatic immunity.
Country of the Blind
The Country of the Blind a country where all the population are blind, situated in a hidden valley near Ecuador, from a short story by
H. G. Wells.
fascist empire founded upon the post-apocalyptic ruins of the American Midwest. 
A Royal Christmas A small sovereign country - kingdom - from a 2014 American holiday romance television film called Cordinia, which is loosely based on
Monaco (but amalgamates the place names, Corsica and Sardinia).
, Batman Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1 and Part 2 A small island nation off the coast of South America, Corto Maltese was the location of the Corto Maltese Revolution and a military standoff between the
United States of America, the Soviet Union, and Superman. Photojournalist Vicki Vale's photos of the revolution were featured in Time Magazine.
Italian TV show Lupo Solitario A parody of a Balkanic communist and xenophobic country located near
Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne a kingdom from the 1969
Satyajit Ray film
Holy Britannian Empire
Code Geass The Holy Britannian Empire (神聖ブリタニア帝国 Shinsei Buritania Teikoku, also referred to as the Britannian Empire or just Britannia) is a nation born from the defeated remnants of the British Empire and is the world's dominant military superpower.
DC Comics an ancient Middle-Eastern country in located on the Sinai Peninsula, between Egypt, Israel and Jordan.
24 (season 8) a
Middle Eastern Islamic republic
Anthills of the Savannah a West African country ruled by the dictator Sam in the novel by
DC Comics war-torn Eastern European monarchy
Beyond Two Souls Country with a rift to the other side
Scandal a Middle Eastern country mentioned in the episode
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Four US Army soldiers stationed there are taken hostage, causing President Fitzgerald Grant to send in a SEAL team to rescue them.
Big Time Rush
The Adventures of Tintin an Arabic emirate from the comic
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice An
absolute monarchy located on the western edge of the Far East
Cryptonomicon an island state from
Neal Stephenson's novels
Papers, Please A sovereign state in the Game
Papers Please, by Lucas Pope, which includes the cities of West Grestin, Vedor, and Yurko City. It has tense relations with its' neighbour, Arstotska, due to a war between the two before the events of the game.
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery A breakaway former Soviet republic from which
Dr. Evil steals a nuclear warhead.
The Terminal a
Slavic Eastern European country from the 2004 film. During the events of the film, civil war breaks out and is resolved in 9 months.
Yes Prime Minister a Central Asian Islamic republic from the 2013 remake of Yes Prime Minister; this country is a variation of Qumran (a fictional oil-rich sheikdom located in the Persian Gulf) which featured in the original series of Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister.
Good Omens An African nation in Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's work.
Far Cry 4 an
East Asian nation in the Himalayas, roughly equivalent to Nepal
The New York Times an error in the newspaper on January 7, 2015, caused a flurry of activity in social media including parody accounts and web sites
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice A fictional African country appearing on
. DC Extended Universe
Casino Royale African nation with an embassy in
Madagascar. Presumably a former French colony, given bilingual signage seen in the embassy.
The Nation of the American Endless
East of West A
Lakota nation located in the Great Plains. Founded as a confederacy of various Plains tribes. Currently at the forefront of technogical development, supplying arms and technology to the other American nations. Its' government is located in the Machine City, and consists of a tribal council.
National Republic of Umbutu (
Republique Nationale d'Umbutu)
Independence Day: Resurgence A dictatorial nation in
Central Africa and a former province of the Congo, which declared its independence after the events of . It is regarded as a Independence Day breakaway state and is not recognised as an official country by the United Nations. Its official languages are English and French.
New California Republic
, Fallout 1 , and Fallout 2 Fallout: New Vegas A republic located in what was once the states of California, Nevada, and Oregon, with territory in the Baja strip. Founded by Vault 15 survivors and surrounding powers in 2186. The benevolent republic supports a lot of old world values.
Match Game Fictional "sleazy" country from game show
. Match Game
a powerful state in the north of Russia and America created by Russian writer
New Orleans, The Kingdom of
East of West An
absolute monarchy founded by freed slaves after the alternate American Civil War. A major economic power in the region, as it owns many oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. Its capital is located in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Ninety Nine Stars Tribe
Support Your Local Angel From the
Support Your Local Angel series of eBooks by Kirk Bailey.
Danger!" a small European country which defeats the mighty
British Empire by effective submarine warfare, in Arthur Conan Doyle's story " Danger!"
Republic: The Revolution from the computer game
Republic: The Revolution
New German Republic
Rifts a technologically advanced
post-apocalyptic society encompassing Central Europe that is governed by the Triax megacorporation in the Rifts role-playing game. 
San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups small nation located within the
Arctic Circle, featured in a parody travel guidebook.
The Adventures of Tintin a South American nation within the classic Belgian comic series, adjacent to the also-fictional country of San Theodoros.
The Onion an allegedly nuclear-armed country within the former
Soviet Union, depicted by The Onion as adjacent to Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. 
San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups an archipelago in the South Pacific and former colony of the
French colonial empire featured in a parody travel guidebook.
South-East Asian country located halfway up the Malay Peninsula, somewhere between Thailand and Malaysia; from the Australian television series . Embassy
Republic of New Rearendia
Cars 2 A former European colony, from which the famous racer Rip Cluthgoneski hails from. There is one known city, Wheeli, which is Cluthgoneski's hometown.
, Papers Please The Republia Times A sovereign state in the Games
and Papers Please The Republia Times, by Lucas Pope, which includes the cities of Lesrenadi, True Glorian, and Bostan. It has a Cold War-esque relationship with its' neighbour, Antegria. It is also plagued with civil unrest, with rebels actively seeking to depose of the current government.
Young Justice Originally two nations of North and South, based on North and South Korea, from the TV series
. Young Justice
Futurama the home of
Bender's uncle in ; a parody of Futurama Austria-Hungary
The Prisoner of Zenda a German-speaking kingdom in central Europe from
Anthony Hope's and associated works. The Prisoner of Zenda
Far Cry 3 The two island setting for
Ubisoft's Far Cry 3
St. Georges Island
Yes, Prime Minister an island nation located somewhere in the
Arabian Sea. It was the centrepoint of the episode A Victory for Democracy from the sitcom, . Yes, Prime Minister
The Lost Prince Eastern European kingdom in
Frances Hodgson Burnett's . The Lost Prince
24 a Western African republic featuring in the television series
, which is briefly taken over by General Juma in a military coup. 24
Witold Waszczykowski duirng Poland's bid for the UN Security Council a non-existent country, mistakenly mentioned by Polish
Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski.
Cat's Cradle a tiny rocky island nation located in the Caribbean Sea in
Kurt Vonnegut's . Cat's Cradle
Leverage A small European nation featured in the third season of the TV series
Bananas and Archer Vice A Latin American banana republic.
Ryhmy ja Romppainen a
banana republic in constant, but frivolous civil wars that are fought for show only, in the humor book series by pseudonym Ryhmy ja Romppainen Armas J. Pulla. 
The Guardian an island nation featured in an elaborate April Fools' Day hoax on 1 April 1977 in the British newspaper
. The Guardian
San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups a Central American country from a parody travel guidebook.
The Adventures of Tintin a South American nation featured in several of
, stories, home of General Alcazar. The Adventures of Tintin
DC Comics a Caribbean nation in the DC Universe, home to Batman villain Bane.
Marvel Comics A fictional South American nation appearing in Marvel Mainstream Continuity,
Earth-616, which was briefly occupied by the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants until they were driven out by a mutant superhero team, X-Men.
The Adventures of Tintin a
Portuguese-speaking South American country, featured in . The Adventures of Tintin
The Ugly American a small, peaceful kingdom in
Southeast Asia, from the 1965 novel by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick. The Ugly American
Lost Horizon a mystical, harmonious valley, enclosed in the western end of the
Himalaya in James Hilton's 1933 novel . Lost Horizon
G.I. Joe a South American country often used as a satire of
banana republics in the comic book series published by G.I. Joe Marvel Comics.
Rates of Exchange and Why Come to Slaka? a Balkan communist country in
Malcolm Bradbury's Rates of Exchange and its sequel, Why Come to Slaka?
Thomas the Tank Engine between England and the
Isle of Man, the setting for the Reverend Awdry's railway network managed by "The Fat Controller". Thomas the Tank Engine
Marvel Cinematic Universe A fictional Eastern-European country appearing on the Earth of
. Where two Marvel Superheroes Marvel Cinematic Universe Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch reside.
the "last existing appendage republic of the USSR", a country created by
monochrom for theatre performances and computer games.
an island between "Utopia and Oceana", where English mariners form a communal society. From
Thomas Spence's 18th century writings.
The Courier's Tragedy a duchy ruled by the evil duke Angelo in
The Courier's Tragedy, a fictitious Jacobean revenge play by Richard Wharfinger, performed in by The Crying of Lot 49 Thomas Pynchon.
Royal Flash a Duchy in the 1970
novel The Flashman Papers . Royal Flash
State of Siege in
Eric Ambler's novel State of Siege, is similar to Indonesia but much smaller, confined to a single island.
The Adventures of Tintin Balkan monarchy featured in four stories of
, neighbouring The Adventures of Tintin Borduria.
Duck Soup belligerent neighbor to
Freedonia in the 1933 film . Duck Soup
Unaudited Arab Emirates
San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups parody of the
United Arab Emirates in a mock tourist guide.
The Union of The United States of America
East of West An alternate version of
The Union, formally established in 1910. Rife with civil unrest due to corruption. Its capital is Washington D.C..
Papers, Please A sovereign state in the game
by Papers, Please Lucas Pope, which includes the cities of Shingleton, Korista City, and Great Rapid.
United Islamic Republic
Executive Orders a nation created by the conquest of Iraq by Iran in Tom Clancy's novel
. Executive Orders
United States of South Africa
2001: A Space Odyssey The successor to South Africa after the emigration of most white people and collapse of the economy in
2001: A Space Odyssey.
United States of Texas, the Republic of
East of West A secessionist state primarily comprising of
Texas, formed after the alternate American Civil War. Currently subjugated by the Endless Nation, and as a result, is governed by a caretaker government. Its capital is Austin, Texas.
Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius a nation in
Asia Minor in Jorge Luis Borges's 1940 short story Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius that is fictional within the story.
Urk (also Uruk)
Descendants of the Sun A fictional war-torn
Mediterranean country monitored by the United Nations. The South Korean government provides peacekeeping forces and private hospitals send volunteer medical teams.
Forever An Eastern European country, and a former member of the
USSR. A pivotal crossroads of the Orient Express is located within the country.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles A state whose Prime Minister gangsters try to kidnap in the episode "Raphael Drives 'em Wild" of 1987 animated TV series
. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 
, Commando , Predator and Die Hard 2 Jurassic Attack Spanish-speaking country resembling
Nicaragua, in the films , Commando , Predator and Die Hard 2 . Jurassic Attack
and A Swiftly Tilting Planet Troubling a Star Spanish speaking country in the south of South America mentioned in Madeleine L'Engle's
and A Swiftly Tilting Planet Troubling a Star
Don't Ask and Road to Ruin Eastern European country mentioned in
Donald E. Westlake's novels Don't Ask and Road to Ruin
, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Don't Drink the Water the far-off, make-believe land in the film version of the children's story
, its name based on Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Bulgaria. "Vulgaria" is also the tourist destination in Woody Allen's play and film , a country located behind the Don't Drink the Water Iron Curtain. "Vulgaria" is also used as the name of a fictional country in some of Lawrence Durrell's short stories based on the character of Antrobus, a British diplomat.
The Dictator fictional country in the movie
The Dictator located in the Horn of Africa (in the area of Eritrea).
The Avengers small African nation featured in the
Marvel Comics series The Avengers. The nation is ruled by King T'Challa, also known as the super hero Black Panther.
Scandal a coastal African nation framed for various terrorist attacks on the United States of America in season 4. Later invaded by the US military after President Fitzgerald Grant is black mailed into doing so.
Wii Sports Resort fictional archipelago in the
Nintendo video game Wii Sports Resort, where all of the activities in the game take place.
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