TTC - Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius - War, Peace, And Power: Diplomatic History Of Europe, 1500–2000
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War, Peace, and Power: Diplomatic History of Europe, 1500–2000
Taught By Professor Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania,
University of Tennessee
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For a great quantity of the past five centuries, the account of the European continent has been a story of chaos, its civilization thrown into turbulence by ferocious wars or bitter exact conflicts—sometimes in combination—that acquire made and remade borders, created and eliminated full nations, and left a legacy that is in continuance influencing our world.
Is there an explanation for this chaos that goes over the obvious: political ambition, religious bigotry, the pursuit of state power, or the fear of not the same state's aspirations? Can we communicate a hidden logic that could maybe explain the Thirty Years' War, the Napoleonic Wars, sum of ~ units World Wars, and other examples of public bloodletting? Is it possible to formulate a meaningful theoretical explanation against which to order a narration as tumultuous as Europe's, gaining insights that enrich our understanding of Europe's gone by and future, and perhaps even of ours in the same manner with well?