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by M.S. Anderson

  • ISBN: 0582229448
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: M.S. Anderson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 17, 1998)
  • Pages: 328
  • ePub book: 1385 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1241 kb
  • Other: lit rtf lrf mbr
  • Rating: 4.6
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S. Anderson inaugurates Longman's new The Modern European State System series in fine style with The Origins of the Modern European State System, 1494-1618. This introductory volume to the series is a good survey of early modern European diplomacy and politics. Then he moves into a chronological narrative of the period, beginning with the French invasion of Italy in 1494 and ending with the start of the Thirty Years' War. He ends his book with two chapters on the impact of peripheral European powers, the Ottoman Empire and Russia, on early modern politics.

This study examines the early years of the post-medieval European states and the growth of a recognisably 'modern' system for handling their international

This study examines the early years of the post-medieval European states and the growth of a recognisably 'modern' system for handling their international. M S Anderson gives much of his space to France, Spain and England and to the state of the relations between them, as their various power plays rolled over Italy and the Low countries, but, he also incorporates the Northern and Eastern states including Russia, Poland and the Baltic world into the main European political arena.

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M S Anderson starts this book by explaining that in early modern Europe nations fought for dynastic prestige or religious differences. The monarchs also had a healthy respect for the balance of power. Anderson also mentions that the high expense of warfare kept wars inconclusive. Anderson begins by describing the Habsburg-Valois wars in the first half of the sixteenth century. During the Italian wars, France had gained and lost Milan, and Spain had captured Milan and Naples. Afterward, the Hapsburg Charles V inherited a vast empire, including Spain, Spanish America, the United Netherlands and.

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This study examines the early years of the post-medieval European states and the growth of a recognisably 'modern system for handling their international. It provides a broad narrative of European politics and its impact on diplomacy including the Italian Wars 1494 - 1559, the French Wars of Religion, the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, and pays particular attention to the relations of Christendom and Islam with the advance of the Ottoman empire.

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M S Anderson gives much of his space to France, Spain and England and to th. This study examines the early years of the post-medieval European states and the growth of a recognisably 'modern' system for handling their international relations

M S Anderson gives much of his space to France, Spain and England and to th.

This study examines the early years of the post-medieval European states and the growth of a recognisably 'modern' system for handling their international relations.

This study examines the early years of the post-medieval European states and the growth of a recognisably 'modern' system for handling their international relations. M S Anderson gives much of his space to France, Spain and England and to the state of the relations between them, as their various power plays rolled over Italy and the Low countries, but, he also incorporates the Northern and Eastern states including Russia, Poland and the Baltic world into the main European political arena. He provides a broad narrative of European politics and its impact on diplomacy including the Italian Wars 1494-1559, the French Wars of Religion, the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, and the relations of Christendom and Islam with the advance of the Ottoman empire. He also gives considerable attention to the influence of military and economic factors on international relations.