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Boundary Disputes are overall states arguing over their boundaries or how they function Definitional boundary disputes focus on the legal language of the boundary agreement Locational boundary disputes focus on the delimitation and possibly demarcation of the boundary (the map was drawn wrong) Operational boundary disputes focus on neighbors who differ over the way their border should function Allocational boundary disputes focus on boundaries (especially on the sea floor) while in search of resources

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