We may be frustrating ourselves in the hunt for a "list of countries represented" since, from what I've been able to find, there may not be a list. IASW is more divided into global areas than specific countries: Scandinavia, Africa, South Pacific, etc. While certain countries such as Mexico, Germany, France, etc. may be recognizable, others such as Liechtenstein, Burkina Faso, Slovenia, etc. are probably just lumped in to their respective areas. Interestingly, there is actually a question as to just exactly how many countries there are in the world! The UN recognizes 191. Vatican City and Taiwan not included in their count. Add these and you get 193. My guess is: In an effort to make IASW the most inclusive, the imagineers didn't ask each other, "How's that Kyrgyzstan doll coming along?" but instead, identified certain areas (as mentioned above) to be representative of the various individual countries and fashioned dolls that seemed indigenous and representative of those areas.