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Outline of Kiribati

Location of Kiribati
An enlargeable map of the Republic of Kiribati

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Kiribati:

Kiribatisovereign island nation located in the central equatorial Pacific Ocean.[1]

General reference

Geography of Kiribati

Environment of Kiribati

An enlargeable satellite image of the islands of Tarawa and Maiana

Natural geographic features of Kiribati

Regions of Kiribati

Ecoregions of Kiribati

Administrative divisions of Kiribati

None

Municipalities of Kiribati

Demography of Kiribati

Government and politics of Kiribati

Main article: Government of Kiribati and Politics of Kiribati

Branches of the government of Kiribati

Executive branch of the government of Kiribati

Legislative branch of the government of Kiribati

Judicial branch of the government of Kiribati

Foreign relations of Kiribati

International organization membership

The Republic of Kiribati is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Kiribati

Military of Kiribati

There is no military in Kiribati.[3]

Local government in Kiribati

History of Kiribati

Main article: Current events of Kiribati

Culture of Kiribati

Art in Kiribati

Sports in Kiribati

Economy and infrastructure of Kiribati

Education in Kiribati

Infrastructure of Kiribati

See also

References

External links

  • Parliament of Kiribati
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica, Kiribati
  • Phoenix Islands Protected Area
  • Outline of Kiribati at DMOZ
  • Outline of Kiribati travel guide from Wikivoyage
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