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In international relations, a frozen conflict is a situation in which active armed conflict has been brought to an end, but no peace treaty or other political framework resolves the conflict to the satisfaction of the combatants.
- India–Pakistan relations ("frozen" since 1947/1965/1999)
- Cross-Strait relations (frozen since 1949)
- Division of Korea (frozen since 1953)
- Arab–Israeli conflict ("frozen" since 1948/1967/1973/1982/2006/2009/2012/2014)
- Western Sahara conflict (frozen since 1991)
- Cyprus dispute (frozen since 1974)
- War of Transnistria (frozen since 1992)
- Nagorno-Karabakh War (frozen since 1994)
- Kosovo War (frozen since 1999)
- Abkhaz–Georgian conflict (frozen since 2008)
- Georgian–Ossetian conflict (frozen since 2008)
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