List of rump states

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A rump state is the remnant of a once-larger government. Some states labeled as rump states, or that today would be considered rump states, at one point or another are listed below.

Ancient history[edit]

Early Ancient History[edit]

Late Ancient History[edit]

Post-classical history[edit]

Early Post-classical History[edit]

Middle Post-classical History[edit]

Late Post-classical History[edit]

Modern history[edit]

Early Modern History[edit]

Late Modern History[edit]

19th century[edit]

20th Century[edit]

21st century[edit]

  • Sudan, after losing South Sudan in 2011.[57][58] The loss of South Sudan caused Sudan to lose 24.73% of its land area and 17% of its population.

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