• The correct answer is "none," unless you're referring to Guam, The Philippines, and Puerto Rico, none of which was actually "colonized" by the US.
  • I see now where you're coming from. I'm an ex-Brit living in what you would call a former colony, Australia. As an ex-Brit I see the world as having many former colonies where administration was the important part - vis India and Hong Kong. I checked out the roots of the word colony and it comes from "settler" but also from "cultivate," so it seems we're both right in our own ways.
  • Well, lessee, there was Panama, and more recently there was Nicaragua, and they tried to colonize Korea and Vietnam but the indigents were too tough, so now they are trying to colonize the Middle East, and it's just not working.
  • Very few

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