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Cianci- Greenstein

The Conservative International Order

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Concert of Europe new arrangement for resolving mutual foreign policy issues- prevented one nation from interfering with international affairs without working with the others
First Congress at Aix-la-Chapelle (1818) the four major powers agreed to remove their troops from France and France was put back into good standing in Europe
Bourbon Ferdinand VII of Spain (r.1814-1833) put on throne after Napoleon's defeat and pledged to follow the constitution, but did not
1820- Spain Spain's Latin American colonies rebelled against Ferdinand VII
Congress of Trapppau (1820) the three Eastern powers issued the Protocol of Trappau
Protocol of Trappau declaration that stable governments could intervene in the affairs of countries experiencing revolution
Congress of Laibach (1821) the European powers agree to let Austria intervene in Italy and they do, marching into Naples and restoring the absolute rule of the king of the Two Sicilies
October 1822 at Verona French intervention in Spain was agreed upon and Britain removed itself from continental affairs
George Canning (1770-1827) took over as Britain's foreign minister and supported the Latin American colonies in revolution
Goal of the Interventions the European powers wanted to keep the balance of power created by the Congress of Vienna, yet often these interventions led to one country damaging another and expanding its territory
American Monroe Doctrine (1823) prohibited further colonization and intervention of the European powers in the Americas
Greek Revolution of 1821 Liberals throughout Europe, who had no hope in their parent countries, joined in an effort to re-establish the democracy of ancient Greece
The Eastern Question What should the European powers do about the Ottoman inability to assure political and administrative stability in its possessions in and around the eastern Mediterranean?
Treaty of London (1827) demanded that the Ottomans recognize Greece as a power
Treaty of Adrianople(1829) Russia gained power over Romania and Greece would from then on be recognized as a nation by the Ottomans
Second Treaty of London (1830) declared Greece an independent kingdom
Otto I (r.1832-1862) son of the king of Bavaria, he was selected to rule the new kingdom of Greece
Kara George (1762-1817) Serbian leader who led a guerrilla war with the Ottomans which was ultimately unsuccessful
Serbian Independence the Ottoman sultan formally granted independence to Serbia in 1830 and other countries recognized it as a nation by the end of the 1830's
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