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European International Relations 1648-1815

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03 May 2002

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Offering a thought provoking combination of analysis and chronological coverage, European International Relations 1648-1815 provides an up-to-date treatment of a crucial period in the development of European international...

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Offering a thought provoking combination of analysis and chronological coverage, European International Relations 1648-1815 provides an up-to-date treatment of a crucial period in the development of European international relations. Jeremy Black's determined engagement with events in Eastern Europe redresses the general tendency to focus on Western Europe. In theoretical terms, there is a criticism of deterministic, structural and systemic accounts, and an explicit attempt to discuss developments in terms of the contemporary political culture. There is also a consideration of Europe's changing position in the world. European International Relations 1648-1815 draws on wide ranging archival research, presenting it in an accessible fashion, which will appeal to all students of this fascinating area.

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Combines clear and concise coverage of European diplomacy with a critique of current International Relations theory Unusual in its coverage of Eastern Europe Informed by extensive new research

Preface
Abbreviations
Maps
Introduction
What Was at Stake?
How did International Relations Operate?
Wars and the Military
Europe and the Outer World
The Late Seventeenth Century, 1648-99
Conflict and Diplomacy in the Early Eighteenth Century, 1700-1740
From Frederick the Great to American Independence, 1740-83
The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Period, 1783-1815
Conclusions
Select Bibliography
Index.

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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at the University of Exeter. His work includes Maps and History, War and the World 1450-2000 and Why Wars Happen.

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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at the University of Exeter. His work includes Maps and History, War and the World 1450-2000 and Why Wars Happen.

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