You've missed so many countries, but your list has some problems:
Canada wasn't defeated by the U.K it was colonised.
Spain wasn't defeated, it lost a large naval force and did not have the capacity any longer to invade England, but neither did the English have the capacity to carry the war to Spain, or even land any meaningful force in the Spanish Netherlands to aid her allies the United Provinces.
(Treaty of London 1604 Terms)
Spain renounces intentions to restore Catholicism in England
An end to English wartime disruption to Spanish trans-atlantic shipping and colonial expansion (article 6)
The English Channel opened to Spanish shipping
An end to English intervention in the Dutch Revolt (articles 4,5,7); England withdraws military and financial support to the Dutch rebels
Ships of both countries, merchants or warships, could use the mainland sea ports of the other party for refit, shelter or buy provisions (article 10). Fleets of less than eight ships didn't even have to ask for permission. This provided an extense network of naval bases for the Spaniards in England to help their war against the Dutch.)
Uganda - A colony by definition is not a country. (In politics and history, a colony is a territory under the immediate political control of a state, distinct from the home territory of the sovereign.)
Belgium - Belgium wasn't even a state until 1830 (or 1839 when it gained recognition from the Great Powers) And the state of Belgium has never been at war with the United Kingdom.
Burkina Faso - See Uganda
Norway - The United Kingdom or any of it's constituent countries have never invaded or conquered any Scandinavian countries which includes Norway. In some battles they have been succesful but as these battle took part in the United Kingdom the United Kingdom can not be said to have defeated Norway. Certainly not in the sense that Norwegians have conquered England and ruled it many times and when they lost battles in the majority of cases they still managed to exact a large amount of Danegeld from the English. And Normans are descended from Vikings so you can argue that the Battle of Hastings was a Viking victory also.
Japan ... I'm not sure where you're going with this one, My Grandfather fought in the Pacific with the Navy but it was an American sphere they held the operational command and were the ones whose technology brought the Japanese to accept unconditional surrender. Before Pearl Harbor the Japanese were irresistable in the Pacific due to England focusing on home defence as a priority and not having the capacity to fight back effectively. The battle of Singapore was ne of the worst defeats the United Kingdom had ever suffered:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Singapore
Peru - See Uganda