The Idea of the Balance

  • Evan Luard

Abstract

A dominant preoccupation in the international society with which we are concerned in this book, strongly influencing the beliefs that were held about the way relations among its members should be conducted, was the idea of the “balance of power”.

Keywords

Europe Turkey Expense Rium Defend 

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Books

Contemporary works

  1. Lord Brougham, The Balance of Power (1803) (London, 1857).Google Scholar
  2. Charles Davenant, Essays upon the Balance of Power (London, 1701).Google Scholar
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Modern works

  1. M. S. Anderson, “Eighteenth-Century Theories of the Balance of Power”, in R. Hatton and M. S. Anderson (eds), Studies in Diplomatic History (London, 1970).Google Scholar
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  6. G. Zeller, “Le Principe d’equilibre dans la politique internationale avant 1789”, Revue Historique, vol. ccxv (1956) pp. 25–37.Google Scholar

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© the estate of Evan Luard 1992

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