There are some disputes across the world that can provoke war anytime. They can drag not only two countries but the whole world into battle.
1. South China Sea
In the last decade, when it came to know that there is a lot of precious petroleum resources in the sea between China, Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan, Brunei, Indonesia, Singapore and Cambodia, there started a quarrel. China describes the whole region as its own. At the same time, the international tribunal has rejected this claim of China. Beijing and America are facing this issue repeatedly
2. Eastern Ukraine / Crimea
In 2014 Russia separated the Crimea Peninsula from Ukraine. Since then, Crimea has been at the root of the dispute between Ukraine and Russia. Ukraine wants to get Crimea back. The western country is in the court of Ukraine in this dispute.
3. Korean Peninsula
North and South Korea are always ready for war. North Korea instigates and the South has to prepare. The two-kilometer secluded area is keeping these countries separate. The North is supported by Beijing, while the rest of the world sympathizes with the South.
4. South Ossetia and Abkhazia
Georgia once claims to have been part of the Soviet Union. At the same time, Russia supports their autonomy. These areas also led to the 2008 Russia-Georgia War. Russian forces drove Georgia's army out of these areas and recognized their independence.
The war of Azerbaijan and Armenia has also taken place due to Nagorno-Karabakh. Even after the 1994 treaty, the situation remains tense. Armenia army controls this area. In April 2016, war-like conditions once again occurred there.
6. Western Sahara
After the retreat of Spain in 1975, Morocco annexed the Western Sahara. After this, violence continued from both sides. UN ceasefire was organized in 1991. Now there is talk of referendum, but no party takes the initiative. Tension over the right to desert can erupt anytime.
Moldova Transnistria area is pro-Russia. This area is the border of Ukraine and Russia. Russia's army is stationed there. According to experts, the increasing proximity of the West and Moldova may trouble Moscow here.