Terror, Security and Military Intervention in Europe
After 23 years of war against Revolutionary and Napoleonic France, in 1814-15 the European great powers established the first modern collective security system. Thereafter, up to 1914, an explosive mix of fear, humanitarianism, and imperialism led them repeatedly to intervene militarily into the domestic affairs of other states and peoples. Investigates the motives for, and consequences of, such interventions as a means to better understand one of the most divisive developments in modern global politics.
- Credit will be granted for only one of HSTR 340A, 340 (if taken as section A01 in 201701).