The Ploughshares Monitor Summer 2006 Volume 27 Issue 2
During 2005 the world’s peoples suffered 32 armed conflicts in 27 states.* Although the total number of armed conflicts was unchanged from 2004, two conflicts came to an end while two others surpassed the threshold of 1,000 direct deaths that separates armed conflict from lower levels of violence. While armed conflict was considered to be over in Senegal and the Indian state of Gujarat, despite the lack of formal ceasefires or peace processes, wars recurred in Haiti and Thailand. Overall, in 2005 the number of states at war increased by one.
Because there are three other wars taking place in India, this country remained on the list of states experiencing armed conflict.