ICANN is an international organisation, but how international is it really?
If reading lists with lots of text is hard work, then maybe a more visual representation of the same data might be easier to digest.
ICANN have made available a collection of maps that show a wealth of information about the domain world:
* the number of accredited registrars there are and the countries in which they are located;
* board and staff representation by nationality;
* ccTLD agreements;
* ccTLD financial contributions;
* the countries in which the 29 ICANN meetings have been held so far;
* the global areas that the Regional Internet Registries cover;
* the general location of root servers based on publicly available information;
* root zone Whois information;
* support for IDNs at TLD registries;
* registrations for the current San Juan meeting.
The new maps section on the ICANN site is fascinating!