List of wars: 1945–1989

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This is a list of wars that began between 1945 and 1989. Other wars can be found in the historical lists of wars and the list of wars extended by diplomatic irregularity.

1945–1949[edit]

Start Finish Name of conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
8 May 1945 1950 Crusader insurgency  SFR Yugoslavia Crusaders
1945 1945 1945 Khuzestan revolt[1]
August 15, 1945 27 April 2018

[Stalemate in 1953]

Korean conflict
August 17, 1945 December 27, 1949 Indonesian National Revolution  Indonesia  Netherlands
 United Kingdom (until 1946)
 Japan (until 1946)
November 15, 1945 December 15, 1946 Iran crisis of 1946 Iran
Supported by
 United States
 United Kingdom
Republic of Mahabad
Azerbaijan People's Republic
Supported by:
 Soviet Union
July 4, 1946 May 17, 1954 Hukbalahap rebellion (post-WWII) Philippines Philippines
Supported by
 United States
Hukbalahap
December 19, 1946 August 1, 1954 First Indochina War
Indochina Wars
Viet Minh
Pathet Lao
Khmer Issarak
United Issarak Front
Japan Japanese holdouts
Supported by:
 Soviet Union
 China
 East Germany
Poland
French Union
French Fourth Republic
State of Vietnam
 Cambodia
 Kingdom of Laos
Supported by:

 United States

March 30, 1946 October 16, 1949 Greek Civil War  Kingdom of Greece Supported by:
 United States (from 1947)

 United Kingdom (until 1947)

Provisional Democratic Government

NOF partisans

Supported by:
 Yugoslavia
 Bulgaria
 Albania

 Soviet Union (until 1947)

March 7, 1947 August 20, 1947 Paraguayan Civil War (1947) Paraguayan Government
Military of Paraguay
Colorado Party
Liberal Party
PRF
PCP
June 1947 October 1947 1947 Poonch Rebellion People of Poonch and Mirpur; Muslim Conference

Supported by:
 Pakistan

Maharaja Hari Singh and his Dogra forces
1947 1947 Integration of Junagadh  India Junagadh
1947 1962 Romanian anti-communist resistance movement  Romania
Supported by:
 Soviet Union
Romania Anti-communist rebels
October 22, 1947 January 5, 1949 Indo-Pakistani War of 1947  India  Pakistan
March 29, 1947 November 1948 Malagasy Uprising  France Malagasy rebels
November 29, 1947 May 14, 1948 1947–48 Civil War in Mandatory Palestine
Part of the 1948 Palestine war
Israel Jews of Palestine All-Palestine Protectorate Arabs of Palestine
February 20, 1948 February 25, 1948 1948 Czechoslovak coup d'état Communist Party of Czechoslovakia
Supported by:
 Soviet Union
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovak government
March 12, 1948 April 24, 1948 Costa Rican Civil War National Liberation Army Government of Costa Rica
Late 1940s Late 1940s Ebrāhim Beg's revolt[4]  Kingdom of Afghanistan Hazara rebels under Ebrāhim Beg
April 2, 1948 Ongoing Internal conflict in Burma Union government (1948–1962)

Military governments (1962–2011)

Myanmar Current government (since 2011)

DKBA (1994–2010)

Anti-government factions:

KNU (since 1949)

Mujahideen
Communist Party (1948–1988)

MNDAA (since 1989)
NDAA (since 1989)
SSA (since 1988)

SSNA (1995–2005) WNA (1975–1988)
UWSP (since 1988)

KIO (since 1961)

PNO (1949–1991)
MTA (1985–1996)
God's Army (1997–2006)
ABSDF (Since 1980s)
SSVF (1967–1980)
RNA (since 1998)

TNLA (since 1992)

Supported by:
ROC (1948–1980s)
 Thailand
 Indonesia
 Turkey
 United States
China PRC

April 3, 1948 May 1949 Jeju uprising  South Korea Workers' Party of South Korea
April 9, 1948 1958 La Violencia Colombia Government of Colombia
Conservative Party
Liberal Party
May 14, 1948 March 10, 1949 1948 Arab–Israeli War
Part of the Arab–Israeli conflict
 Israel  Egypt
 Iraq
 Transjordan
Syria
HWA
ALA
 Lebanon
June 16, 1948 July 12, 1960 Malayan Emergency  United Kingdom
Federation of Malaya
 Southern Rhodesia
 Fiji
King's African Rifles
 Australia
 New Zealand
Nepali Gurkhas
Supported by:
 Thailand
CPM
MRLA
Supported by:
 Soviet Union
 China
 Indonesia
 North Vietnam (from 1954)
North Vietnam Viet Minh (from 1954)
September 13, 1948 September 18, 1948 Operation Polo  India Royal State of Hyderabad
September 18, 1948 October 1948 Madiun Affair
Part of the Indonesian National Revolution
 Indonesia People's Democratic Front
Indonesian Socialist Party
September 1948 October 1948 Yeosu–Suncheon rebellion  South Korea Communist Rebels
1948 June 25, 1950 Pre-Korean War insurgency[5]  South Korea Anti-government insurgents
North Korea Pro-North Korean rebels
1949 October 29, 1956 Palestinian Fedayeen insurgency
Part of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
 Israel All-Palestine Protectorate Palestinian Fedayeen
Supported by:
 Egypt
 Jordan
 Syria
February 26, 1949 Palace Rebellion  Thailand Supporters of Pridi Phanomyong
1949 1951 Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Central and Southern China  People's Republic of China National Revolutionary Army
August 7, 1949 1965 Darul Islam Insurgency
Part of the Indonesian National Revolution
 Indonesia
 Netherlands
Darul Islam
1949 Ongoing Afghanistan–Pakistan skirmishes  Afghanistan

Supported by:
 India

 Pakistan

Supported by:
 China

1950–1959[edit]

Start Finish Name of conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1950 1961 Buraimi War [ar]
January 9, 1950 1958 Kuomintang Islamic insurgency  People's Republic of China  Republic of China
January 22, 1950 January 23, 1950 APRA coup d'état
Part of the Indonesian National Revolution
 Indonesia
 Netherlands
Legion of Ratu Adil
April 5, 1950 April 21, 1950 Makassar Uprising
Part of the Indonesian National Revolution
 Indonesia Ambonese Veterans
June 12, 1950 June 15, 1950 La Revolución del 50 [es]  Peru Rebels
October 6, 1950 October 19, 1950 Battle of Chamdo  People's Republic of China  Tibet
October 30, 1950 Utuado Uprising  United States Puerto Rican Nationalist Party
San Juan Nationalist revolt
Jayuya Uprising
June 25, 1950 July 27, 1953[6] Korean War
Part of the Korean conflict
June 29, 1951 Manhattan Rebellion  Thailand Rebel naval units
April 14, 1951 November 13, 1966 Reprisal operations  Israel Palestinian Fedayeen
 Jordan
 Egypt
 Syria
1951 1951 1951 Anglo-Egyptian War[8]  United Kingdom Egypt Egypt
1952 1955 Invasion of Hamasa Flag of the Trucial States.svg Trucial Oman Scouts

Supported by

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg British Empire

Flag of Muscat.svg Sultanate of Muscat and Oman

Flag of Saudi Arabia (1934–1938).svg Saudi Arabia

Supported by

  • Al Bu Shamis tribe
  • Na'im tribe
Summer 1952 1960 Mau Mau Uprising  United Kingdom Mau Mau
March 10, 1953 Air battle over Merklín  Czechoslovakia  United States
May 31, 1953 June 2, 1953 Uprising in Plzeň (1953)  Czechoslovakia Plzeň workers
June 16, 1953 June 17, 1953 Uprising of 1953 in East Germany  Soviet Union
 East Germany
East German demonstrators
July 26, 1953 January 1, 1959 Cuban Revolution 26th of July Movement Batista Government
1954 Ongoing Xinjiang conflict  China East Turkestan Uyghur separatist movements
May 16, 1954 June 26, 1954 Kengir uprising Soviet Union USSR IFRC flag used in Kengir Uprising.png Kengir resistance
September 3, 1954 May 1, 1955 First Taiwan Strait Crisis  PRC  ROC
 United States
June 13, 1954 Coup d'état of Yanaon India Indian Separatists France French India
July 22, 1954 August 11, 1954 Annexation of Dadra and Nagar Haveli India India Portugal Portugal
June 23, 1958 September 22, 1958 Second Taiwan Strait Crisis  PRC  ROC
 United States
1954 1959 Jebel Akhdar War Sultanate of Muscat and Oman
  • Ibriyin tribe
Imamate of Oman
November 1, 1954 March 19, 1962 Algerian War FLN
MNA
PCA
 France
OAS
FAF
1955 1955 Preventive Strike of Marechal Lott [pt]
1955 1955 Calderonista Invasion of Costa Rica  Costa Rica Calderonistas

 Nicaragua

 Venezuela

1955 1964 Cameroonian Independence War  France Union of the Peoples of Cameroon
1955 1957 Upper Yafa uprisings[9]  British Empire Rebels
August 18, 1955 March 27, 1972 First Sudanese Civil War SSLM
AZL
Anyanya
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Republic of the Sudan
Democratic Republic of the Sudan
November 1, 1955 April 30, 1975 Vietnam War North Vietnam
FNL
Khmer Rouge
Khmer Issarak
Pathet Lao
 China
 North Korea
 Soviet Union
 South Vietnam
 United States
 South Korea
 Thailand
 Australia
 New Zealand
 Kingdom of Laos
 Khmer Republic
 Philippines
June 28, 1956 June 30, 1956 Poznań Uprising People's Republic of Poland Strike Committee
October 23, 1956 November 11, 1956 Hungarian Revolution of 1956  Soviet Union
State Protection Authority
Hungarian revolutionaries
October 29, 1956 November 7, 1956 Suez Crisis  Israel[10]
 United Kingdom
France
Egypt[11]
November 2, 1956 November 14, 1956 Quỳnh Lưu Uprising North Vietnam Anti-communist rebels
October 23, 1957 June 30, 1958 Ifni War  Spain
 France
 Morocco
July 15, 1958 October 25, 1958 1958 Lebanon crisis  Lebanon
 United States
INM
LCP


PSP

July 14, 1958 14 July Revolution Iraq Free Officers Arab Federation Arab Federation
December 1958 September 1959 North Vietnamese invasion of Laos
Part of the Vietnam War and the Laotian Civil War
 North Vietnam  Kingdom of Laos
December 30, 1958 September 15, 1959 Mexico–Guatemala conflict  Guatemala  Mexico
1958 1961 Permesta  Indonesia Permesta rebels
March 7, 1959 March 11, 1959 1959 Mosul uprising Iraq Iraq United Arab Republic Arab nationalist rebels
March 10, 1959 March 23, 1959 1959 Tibetan uprising  People's Republic of China  Tibet

Chushi Gangdruk

May 23, 1959 December 2, 1975 Laotian Civil War Pathet Lao
 North Vietnam
 Kingdom of Laos
 United States
 Thailand
 South Vietnam
1959 1965 Escambray Rebellion  Cuba Anti-communist guerrillas
June 15, 1959 June 18, 1959 Upper Yafa disturbances[12]  British Empire Rebels
1959 1959 Cuban invasion of Panama[13]  Panama  Cuba
1959 1959 Cuban invasion of the Dominican Republic[14]  Dominican Republic  Cuba
July 31, 1959 October 20, 2011 Basque conflict  Spain
GAL
AAA
BVE
 France
ETA
Basque National Liberation Movement
ETA (pm)
Iparretarrak

1960–1969[edit]

Start Finish Name of conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1960 1960 1960 Ethiopian coup attempt  Ethiopian Empire Kebur Zabangna
1960 1961 Campaign at the China–Burma Border  People's Republic of China
 Burma
National Revolutionary Army
1960 1965 Congo Crisis 1960–63:

Democratic Republic of the Congo Republic of the Congo

Supported by:
 Soviet Union (1960)

1964–65:
Democratic Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo Supported by:
 United States
 Belgium

1960–63:

 Katanga
 South Kasai

Supported by:
 Belgium
 France
 Union of South Africa
 Rhodesia
1960–62:
Democratic Republic of the Congo Stanleyville government
1964–65:
Simba and Kwilu rebels

Supported by:
1960 Ongoing Katanga insurgency  Democratic Republic of the Congo

United Nations MONUSCO
 Benin
 Egypt
Self-defence groups

Mai-Mai Kata Katanga (2011–2016)

Mai Mai Gédéon
CORAK
CPK


FDLR
Mai Mai Yakutumba

1960 1996 Guatemalan Civil War Guatemalan military URNG
1960 Ongoing South Thailand insurgency  Thailand

Supported by:
 Indonesia

National Revolution Front (BRN)
Runda Kumpulan Kecil (RKK)
Pattani Islamic Mujahideen Movement (GMIP)
United Mujahideen Front of Pattani (BBMP)
Islamic Front for the Liberation of Pattani (BIPP)
Patani United Liberation Organisation (PULO)
Jemaah Islamiyah (JI)
BNPP
1960 Ongoing Xinjiang conflict China China

Supported by:
SCO (2001–present)

Armed groups:
Supported by:
Supported by:
Civilian groups:
1961 1990 Nicaraguan Revolution FSLN Contras
Somoza government
1961 1970 First Iraqi–Kurdish War KDP Republic of Iraq
Syrian Arab Republic
1961 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion  Cuba  United States
Cuban exiles
1961 1961 Bizerte crisis  France  Tunisia
1961 1962 Operation Trikora  Indonesia  Netherlands
1961 1991 Eritrean War of Independence EPLF
ELF
Ethiopia
 Cuba
 Soviet Union
 South Yemen
1961 1961 Indian annexation of Goa  India  Portugal
1961 1975 Angolan War of Independence
Part of the Portuguese Colonial War
FNLA
UNITA
MPLA
FLEC
 Portugal
 South Africa
1961 1961 1961 revolt in Somalia Somalia Somali Republic Rebels
1961 1961 Rebellion of the Pilots
1962 1964 Tuareg rebellion (1962–64)  Mali Tuareg guerrillas
1962 1970 North Yemen Civil War  Yemen Arab Republic
 Egypt (until 1967)
Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen
Supported by:
 Saudi Arabia
 Jordan
 United Kingdom
1962 1962 Sino-Indian War  China  India
1962 1962 Brunei revolt  United Kingdom

 Brunei
 Malaya

North Borneo Federation

 Indonesia

1962 1990 Communist insurgency in Sarawak  United Kingdom
 Malaysia
North Kalimantan Communist Party
1962 1976 Dhofar Rebellion  Oman
Iran
 United Kingdom
 Jordan
DLF (1962–1968)
PFLOAG (1968–1974)
NDFLOAG (1969–1971)
PFLO (1974–1976)
1963 1963 1963 Argentine Navy revolt Argentina Azules faction (most of the Army and the Air Force) Argentina Colorados faction (mainly the Navy)
1963 1963 1963 Cuban invasion of Venezuela[19]  Venezuela  Cuba
1963 1963 Sand War  Morocco  Algeria
1963 1963 Ramadan Revolution Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party Iraq Iraq
Iraqi Communist Party
1963 1963 Ar-Rashid revolt Iraq Iraqi Government Iraqi Communist Party
Iraq Iraqi Army
1963 1963 November 1963 Iraqi coup d'état Iraq Nasserist rebels Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party
1963 1963 1963 Syrian coup d'état Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party – Syria Region Syria Syria
1963 1966 Indonesia–Malaysia confrontation  Malaysia
 United Kingdom
 Australia
 New Zealand
 Indonesia
1963 1967 Shifta War  Kenya Northern Frontier District Liberation Movement
 Somalia
1963 1970 Bale Revolt  Ethiopian Empire Oromo Peasants
Somali Peasants
1963 1974 Guinea-Bissau War of Independence
Part of the Portuguese Colonial War
PAIGC  Portugal
1963 1967 Aden Emergency NLF
FLOSY
 United Kingdom
Federation of South Arabia Federation of South Arabia
1964 1964 1964 Ethiopian-Somali Border War  Ethiopian Empire Somalia Somali Republic
1964 1964 Simba rebellion
Part of the Congo Crisis
Democratic Republic of the Congo Congo-Léopoldville
 Belgium
 United States
Simba Rebels
1964 1979 Rhodesian Bush War ZANU
FRELIMO
ZAPU
MK
 Rhodesia
 Zimbabwe Rhodesia
1964 1992 FULRO insurgency against Vietnam  North Vietnam (1964–1976)
Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam Viet Cong
 South Vietnam
 Vietnam (after 1976)
Flag of FULRO.svg United Front for the Liberation of Oppressed Races
1964 Present Colombian conflict (1964–present)  Colombia FARC
ELN
EPL
IRAFP
M-19
MOEC
MAQL
ERC
GRA
PRT
1964 1974 Mozambican War of Independence
Part of the Portuguese Colonial War
FRELIMO  Portugal
1964 Ongoing Insurgency in Northeast India  India In nagaland.png NSCN
PREPAK
Ulfa logo.svg ULFA
In tpdf.gif ATTF
1964 1964 Zanzibar Revolution Afro-Shirazi Party
Umma Party
 Sultanate of Zanzibar
1965 1965 30 September Movement  Indonesia Thirtieth of September Movement
1965 1965 Dominican Civil War (CEFA) Dominican Armed Forces Training Center
(SIM) Dominican Military Intelligence Service
 United States
(IAPF) Inter-American Peace Force
Dominican Armed Forces Constitutionalists
PRD partisans
1965 1965 United States invasion of the Dominican Republic (1965) [es]  United States  Dominican Republic
1965 1966 American occupation of the Dominican Republic (1965–66)  United States
Inter-American Peace Force:
Brazil
 Honduras
 Paraguay
 Nicaragua
 Costa Rica
 El Salvador
 Dominican Republic
1965 1965 Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
Indo-Pakistani Wars
 India[20][21][22]  Pakistan
1965 1983 Communist insurgency in Thailand  Thailand Communist party of Thailand
1965 1979 Chadian Civil War (1965–79) Flag of Frolinat.svg FROLINAT
Chad GUNT
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Libya
 Chad
 France
1966 1967 Guerrilha do Caparaó [pt] Brazil Rebels
1966 1967 Stanleyville mutinies
Part of the Congo Crisis
 DRC Katangan Mercenaries
1966 1967 Ñancahuazú Guerrilla War  Bolivia
 United States
Ejército de Liberación Nacional
1966 1969 Korean DMZ Conflict
Part of the Korean conflict
South Korea
 United States
 North Korea
1966 1989 South African Border War  Angola
 Cuba
SWAPO
 Zambia
Umkhonto we Sizwe
 South Africa
UNITA
1967 1967 1967 Cuban invasion of Venezuela[23]  Venezuela  Cuba
1967 1967 1967 China-India border conflicts  India  China
1967 1967 Six-Day War  Israel  Egypt
 Syria
 Jordan
Arab Expeditionary Forces:
Iraq
 Saudi Arabia
 Morocco
 Algeria
 Libya
 Kuwait
 Tunisia
Sudan
 PLO
1967 1968 1967 Kurdish revolt in Iran Iran Iran Kurdish tribesmen
1967 1974 Araguaia Guerrilla War Brazil Brazilian military government PCdoB.gif Communist Party of Brazil
1967 1975 Cambodian Civil War National United Front of Kampuchea
Khmer Rouge
 North Vietnam
Viet Cong
 Khmer Republic
 United States
 South Vietnam
1967 1970 Nigerian Civil War  Nigeria  Biafra
1967 1970 War of Attrition  Israel  Egypt
 Soviet Union
 Cuba
PLO
 Jordan
 Syria
1967 Ongoing Naxalite–Maoist insurgency  India Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Naxalbari

Communist Party of United States of India
Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) New Democracy
Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) (Mahadev Mukherjee)
Centre of Indian Communists (until 1977)
People's Liberation Army of Manipur
Tamil Nadu Liberation Army
Purbo Banglar Communist Party

1968 1989 Communist insurgency in Malaysia (1968–89)  Malaysia
 Thailand
Malayan Communist Party
1968 1998 The Troubles  United Kingdom PIRA
1968 1982 Years of Lead (Italy)  Italy Far-left terrorist

Far-right terrorist

1968 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia  Soviet Union
People's Republic of Bulgaria
 East Germany
People's Republic of Hungary
People's Republic of Poland
Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
1969 Ongoing Civil conflict in the Philippines Philippines Philippines
Support:
 United States
 Australia
Indonesia Government of Indonesia
Malaysia Government of Malaysia
Communists:
Flag of the Communist Party of the Philippines (alternative II).svg Communist Party

Moro people:

Islamists:

1969 Ongoing Insurgency of the Communist Party of the Philippines Philippines Philippines
 United States[24]
Anti-communist militia
Flag of the Communist Party of the Philippines (alternative II).svg CPP
* NPA
Hukbalahap flag.svg MLPP-RHB [25]
Hukbalahap flag.svg APP [25]
Hukbalahap flag.svg RPA [25]
Hukbalahap flag.svg ABB [25]
Hukbalahap flag.svg CPLA [25]


Support:
 People's Republic of China (1969–1976)
 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (1980s–2011)
 North Korea (Alleged)
 Vietnam (1980s)

1969 Ongoing Moro insurgency in the Philippines  Philippines

Supported by:
 United States (advisers)
 Australia
 Malaysia (since 2001)
 Indonesia

Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF)
Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) (until 2014)
MRLO
Ampatuan militias[27]

Former support:
 Egypt (to MILF)[28]
Libya Libya (to MNLF)[29][30][31][32]
 Malaysia (to MNLF and MILF)[33][34]
Rajah Sulaiman Movement
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Khalifa Islamiyah Mindanao[35]

Other MILF rogue factions

  • Justice for Islamic Movement

Supported by:
al-Qaeda[37]
14K Triad (to ASG)[38]
 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant[39]

1969 1969 Football War  El Salvador  Honduras
1969 1969 Al-Wadiah War  Saudi Arabia  South Yemen
1969 1969 Sino-Soviet border conflict  China  Soviet Union
1969 Ongoing Papua conflict  Indonesia Free Papua Movement

1970–1979[edit]

Start Finish Name of conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1970 1971 Black September in Jordan  Jordan  PLO
 Syria
1970 1972 Reggio revolt  Italy Christian Democracy
Italian Social Movement
Italian Social Democratic Party
National Italian Workers' Union
Italian General Confederation of Labour
'Ndrangheta
1970 1982 Dirty War (Mexico)  Mexico
 USA
Party of the Poor
Liga Comunista 23 de Septiembre
1971 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War
Indo-Pakistani wars and conflicts
Provisional Government of Bangladesh
 India
 Pakistan
1971 1972 1971 Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna Insurrection  Ceylon JVP
1971 1971 Indo-Pakistani War of 1971
Bangladesh Liberation War and the Indo-Pakistani wars and conflicts
 India[42][43][44]  Pakistan
1971 1971 Abu Musa and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs conflict Iran Iran  Sharjah
1972 1974 First Eritrean Civil War EPLF ELF
1972 1975 1972–1975 Bangladesh insurgency  Bangladesh Bangladesh Gonobahini

Purba Banglar Sarbahara Party

1973 1973 Yom Kippur War  Israel  Egypt
 Syria
Combat support:
1973 1990 Armed resistance in Chile (1973–90)  Chile Revolutionary Left Movement
Manuel Rodríguez Patriotic Front
Lautaro Youth Movement
1973 Ongoing Oromo Conflict Ethiopian Empire (1973–1975)
Derg (1975–1987)
PDRE (1987–1991)
Ethiopia Transitional Government of Ethiopia (1991–1995)
 Ethiopia (1995–present)
OLF
IFLO
OIM
COPLF
OYRM
1974 1978 Gombe Chimpanzee War Kasakela chimpanzees Kahama chimpanzees
1974 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus  Turkey  Cyprus
 Greece
1974 1974 Battle of the Paracel Islands  China  South Vietnam
1974 1991 Ethiopian Civil War EPRP
TPLF
MEISON
ANDM
EDUP
OLF
ONLF
WSLF
ALF
Ethiopian government
 Cuba
 East Germany
 Soviet Union
 North Korea
 Libya
1974 1975 Second Iraqi–Kurdish War Ba'athist Iraq KDP
1975 2002 Angolan Civil War MPLA
 Cuba
 Soviet Union
 East Germany
SWAPO
MK
 Vietnam
 Portugal
FNLA
UNITA
 South Africa
FLEC
 Zaire
Flag of the United States (Pantone).svg United States
 China
1975 Ongoing Cabinda War  Angola
 Cuba
 East Germany(1975–1990)
 Soviet Union (1975–1991)
FLEC
1975 1991 Western Sahara War
Part of the Western Sahara conflict
 Morocco
 Mauritania (1975–1979)
 France (1977–1978)
Polisario Front
 Algeria (1976)
1975 1979 PUK insurgency  Iraq PUK
KDP
1975 1990 Lebanese Civil War LF
 Syria (until 1976)
Tigers Militia
ALZ
 Israel (1982)
SLA
 United States
 France
 Italy
 Syria
PLA
ADF
LNM (until 1982)
LNRF (from 1982)
Amal
LCP
SSNP
 PLO (1978–1983)
Hezbollah
1975 1989 Cambodian–Vietnamese War  Vietnam
FUNSK
Democratic Kampuchea
 Thailand
Flag of the United States (Pantone).svg United States
1975 Ongoing Insurgency in Laos  Laos
 Vietnam
Hmong insurgents
 United States
1975 1975 Indonesian invasion of East Timor  Indonesia Fretilin / Falintil
1975 Ongoing Leftist insurgency in Greece  Greece Revolutionary Struggle (2003–present)

Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei (2008–present)
Sect of Revolutionaries (2009–present)
Popular Fighters Group (2013–present)
The Fighting People's Revolutionary Powers (2013–present)
Popular Action (unknown possible 2008–present)
Former
Revolutionary Organization 17 November (1975–2002)
Revolutionary People's Struggle (1975–1995)
Anti-State Struggle (1980–unknown)
Revolutionary Nuclei (1996–2000)
Conscientious Arsonists (1997–1998)
Black Star (1999–2002)

1976 Early 1980s Rebellion of the Lost [pt] Brazil Brazilian military government Rebels
1976 1983 Dirty War  Argentina Montoneros
ERP
1976 2005 Insurgency in Aceh  Indonesia Free Aceh Movement
1976 1980 Political violence in Turkey (1976–80) Right-wing groups:


Milliyetçi Hareket Partisi Logo.svg Grey Wolves (MHP)

Left-wing groups:
TKP/ML (TİKKO)
THKO
Devrimci Yol
1977 1992 Mozambican Civil War FRELIMO RENAMO
1977 1977 Libyan–Egyptian War  Egypt  Libya
1977 1978 Ethio-Somali War Ethiopia
 Cuba
South Yemen
 Soviet Union
 Somalia
1977 1997 Chittagong Hill Tracts conflict  Bangladesh Flag of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Shanti Bahini.svg Shanti Bahini
1977 1977 Shaba I  Zaire
 Morocco
 Egypt
 France
State of Katanga FNLC
1978 1978 Shaba II  Zaire
 France
 Belgium
 United States
State of Katanga FNLC
1978 1978 1978 South Lebanon conflict  Israel
SLA
 PLO
1978 1979 Uganda–Tanzania War  Tanzania
UNLA
 Mozambique
 Uganda
 Libya
 PLO
1978 1987 Chadian–Libyan conflict CAF
 France
FAN
FANT
 Libya
FROLINAT
GUNT
1978 Ongoing Kurdish–Turkish conflict  Turkey
KDP
PUK
PKK
KCK
PJAK
KDP/North
1978 1982 NDF Rebellion  North Yemen NDF
1979 1979 Grand Mosque seizure  Saudi Arabia al-Ikhwan
1979 1979 1979 Herat uprising Democratic Republic of Afghanistan Army mutineers
1979 1979 Yemenite War of 1979  North Yemen  South Yemen
NDF
1979 1979 1979 Khuzestan uprising Iran APCO

DRFLA
PFLA
AFLA

1979 1979 Sino-Vietnamese War  China  Vietnam
1979 1990 Sino-Vietnamese conflicts 1979–90  China  Vietnam
1979 1982 Islamist uprising in Syria  Syria Flag of the Muslim Brotherhood.gif Muslim Brotherhood of Syria
1979 1983 1979 Kurdish rebellion in Iran  Iran KDP-I
1979 1988 Al-Ansar insurgency  Iraq Iraqi Communist Party
1979 1989 Soviet–Afghan War Peshawar Seven
Tehran Eight
AMFFF
 Soviet Union
Democratic Republic of Afghanistan
1979 1992 Salvadoran Civil War Salvadoran government FMLN
RN

1980–1989[edit]

Start Finish Name of conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
February 1980 March 24, 1981 Second Eritrean Civil War Eritrean People's Liberation Front Flag of Eritrea (1952-1961).svg Eritrean Liberation Front
May 17, 1980 Ongoing Internal conflict in Peru  Peru
Rondas Campesinas
Shining Path
Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement
May 18, 1980 May 27, 1980 Gwangju Uprising  South Korea Gwangju Settlement Committees
July 9, 1980 July 10, 1980 Nojeh coup plot  Iran Royalist Officers
August 1980 September 1980 Coconut War  Vanuatu
 Papua New Guinea
Nagriamel rebels
September 12, 1980 Ongoing Maoist insurgency in Turkey  Turkey TKP/ML-TİKKO

MKP-HKO-PHG


MLKP


Maoist Party Centre


THKP-C
(Dissolved)
THKO
(Dissolved)
September 22, 1980 August 20, 1988 Iran–Iraq War  Iraq
MEK
DRFLA
 Iran
KDP
PUK
ISCI
January 25, 1981 February 5, 1981 Paquisha War  Peru  Ecuador
February 6, 1981 January 25, 1986 Ugandan Bush War National Resistance Army Uganda National Liberation Army
February 8, 1981 February 12, 1981 1981 Entumbane uprising  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe African People's Union flag.png ZIPRA
July 29, 1981 August 1, 1981 1981 Gambian coup d'état attempt  Gambia
 Senegal
National Revolutionary Council
1982 Ongoing Casamance conflict  Senegal
 Gambia
 Guinea-Bissau
Casamance Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance
January 25, 1982 1982 Amol uprising  Iran Union of Iranian Communists
April 2, 1982 June 14, 1982 Falklands War  United Kingdom  Argentina
1982 1982 Ndogboyosoi War  Sierra Leone SLPP
June 6, 1982 June 1985 1982 Lebanon War  Israel
Lebanon SLA
Lebanon Lebanese Front
Flag of Palestine - short triangle.svg PLO
Syria Syria
InfoboxHez.PNG Hezbollah
Lebanon Jammoul
Flag of the Amal Movement.svg Amal
Flag of Mourabitoun.gif Al-Mourabitoun
Flag of the Amal Movement.svg Islamic Amal
Flag of ASALA.png ASALA
Flag of Jihad.svg Al-Tawhid
Flag of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (1978-1995).svg PKK
February 18, 1985 May 25, 2000 Security Zone conflict InfoboxHez.PNG Hezbollah
Lebanon Jammoul
Flag of the Amal Movement.svg Amal
June 1982 August 1982 1982 Ethiopian–Somali Border War  Somalia  Ethiopia
Somali Salvation Democratic Front
June 5, 1983 January 9, 2005 Second Sudanese Civil War SPLA
SPLA-Nasir
SSLM
Anyanya II
Eastern Coalition
Sudan
SSDF
Janjaweed
LRA
July 23, 1983 May 18, 2009 Sri Lankan Civil War  Sri Lanka
India (1987–1990)
Tamil Tigers
September 1983 1985 Kurdish rebellion of 1983
Part of the Iran–Iraq War
Iraq Kurdistan Democratic Party KDP
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK
October 25, 1983 October 29, 1983 Invasion of Grenada  United States
 Antigua and Barbuda
 Barbados
 Dominica
 Jamaica
 Saint Lucia
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
 Grenada
 Cuba
April 13, 1984 November 25, 2003 Siachen conflict  India[49][50][51]  Pakistan
December 25, 1985 December 30, 1985 Agacher Strip War  Mali  Burkina Faso
January 13, 1986 January 24, 1986 South Yemen Civil War People's Democratic Republic of Yemen Abdul Fattah Ismail's faction People's Democratic Republic of Yemen Ali Nasir Muhammad's faction
April 15, 1986 1986 United States bombing of Libya  United States  Libya
November 1986 1992 Surinamese Interior War  Suriname Junglecommando
1986 1989 Tucayana Amazonas Insurgency  Suriname Tucayana Amazonas
November 15, 1987 Brașov rebellion  Socialist Republic of Romania Demonstrators
1987 1991 Singing Revolution Citizens of the Baltic States:
 Lithuania
 Latvia
 Estonia
 Soviet Union
December 8, 1987 November 1, 1991
(or September 13, 1993)
First Intifada  Israel Unified National Leadership of the Uprising
Hamas
Palestinian Islamic Jihad
1987 1989 1987–89 JVP insurrection  Sri Lanka JVP
1987 Ongoing Lord's Resistance Army insurgency  Uganda
 South Sudan
 Democratic Republic of the Congo
United Nations MONUC
 Central African Republic
Flag of Lord's Resistance Army.svg Lord's Resistance Army
February 20, 1988 May 12, 1994 Nagorno-Karabakh War  Nagorno-Karabakh
 Armenia
 Azerbaijan
December 1, 1988 April 20, 1998 Bougainville Civil War Autonomous Region of Bougainville Bougainville Revolutionary Army  Papua New Guinea
February 15, 1989 April 30, 1992 Civil war in Afghanistan (1989–92)
part of the war in afghanistan(1978–present)
Mujahideen Democratic Republic of Afghanistan
April 9, 1989 July 18, 1991 Mauritania–Senegal Border War  Mauritania  Senegal
July 13, 1989 August 23, 1996 KDPI insurgency (1989–96) Iran Government of Iran KDP-I
July 13, 1989 Ongoing Insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir
Part of the Kashmir conflict
 India Flag of Jihad.svg Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami
Flag of Jihad.svg Lashkar-e-Taiba

Jaishi-e-Mohammed.svg Jaish-e-Mohammed
Flag of Jihad.svg Hizbul Mujahideen
Harakat flag.png Harkat-ul-Mujahideen
Al-badr flag.png Al-Badr
Kashmir independent.svg Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front

December 16, 1989 December 27, 1989 Romanian Revolution Anti-Ceaușescu protestors
Romanian Army
Dissident members of the Communist Party
Socialist Republic of Romania
Securitate and other loyalist forces
December 20, 1989 January 31, 1990 United States invasion of Panama  United States
Panama Panamanian opposition
 Panama
December 24, 1989 August 2, 1997 First Liberian Civil War National Patriotic Front of Liberia
Supported by:
 Libya
Armed Forces of Liberia
ULIMO
 United Nations
Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia

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