The Legacy of the Thirty Years War and The Peace of Westphalia

The Legacy of the Thirty Years War and The Peace of Westphalia

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The Legacy of the Thirty Years War and The Peace of Westphalia Monday, September 20 th / 2010 Starting point for organized international relations (October 24 th , 1648) Signed the Treaty of Westphalia (Munster = France and Osnabruck = Northern Germany) The exchange of permanent embassies began around this time becomes a commonplace The communication point many diplomatic exchanges were made. Also, regular consultation made regular public participation possible The starting point of a great convention ending of a great conflict (the Thirty Years War) first main example of conference between enemy nations Shared/discussed how to end a conflict through conference Collective decisions were very beneficial Unless boarders can be agreed, there are endless sources with stability and future wars/confrontations Provided the process of future building with solid geographic foundation What was written between the lines of agreements were more important
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