|TERRITORY||Administration||Area (sq.km.)||Population 1|
|ATLANTIC AND CARIBBEAN|
|British Virgin Islands||United Kingdom||153||28,200|
|Cayman Islands||United Kingdom||264||55,691|
|Falkland Islands (Malvinas)3||United Kingdom||12,173||2,500|
|St. Helena||United Kingdom||310||5,777|
|Turks and Caicos Islands||United Kingdom||948,2||31,458|
|United States Virgin Islands||United States||352||107,343|
|PACIFIC AND INDIAN OCEANS|
|American Samoa||United States||200||66,432|
1. All data is from United Nations Secretariat 2015 Working Papers on NSGTs, and for Western Sahara, from UNdata (http://data.un.org), a database by the United Nations Statistics Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations.
2. On 26 February 1976, Spain informed the Secretary-General that as of that date it had terminated its presence in the Territory of the Sahara and deemed it necessary to place on record that Spain considered itself thenceforth exempt from any responsibility of any international nature in connection with the administration of the Territory, in view of the cessation of its participation in the temporary administration established for the Territory. In 1990, the General Assembly reaffirmed that the question of Western Sahara was a question of decolonization which remained to be completed by the people of Western Sahara.
3. A dispute exists between the Governments of Argentina and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland concerning sovereignty over the Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
4.French Polynesia was on the United Nations list of Non-SelfGoverning Territories from 1946 to 1947, following transmission of information on French Establishments in Oceania by France under Article 73 e of the Charter of the United Nations. In 2013, the General Assembly re-inscribed French Polynesia, by recognizing that “French Polynesia remains a Non-Self-Governing Territory within the meaning of the Charter”.
2 December 1986, the General Assembly determined that New Caledonia was a Non-Self-Governing