An unrecognized state may be:
- a state currently not recognized by one given state (but possibly by others), see List of states with limited recognition
- a proclaimed state currently not recognized by any other state, without de facto control over its claimed territory, see
- Lists of active separatist movements
- Government in exile
- historical entities:
- List of historical unrecognized states
- List of historical separatist movements
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