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The Treaty of Adrianople and Its International Consequences

Alexander Bitis

in Russia and the Eastern Question

Published by British Academy

Published in print November 2006 | ISBN: 9780197263273
Published online February 2012 | e-ISBN: 9780191734700 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5871/bacad/9780197263273.003.0010

Series: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monographs

The Treaty of Adrianople and Its International Consequences

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This chapter discusses the negotiations for the Treaty of Adrianople, the response of the other powers, and the implications Russia's Balkan crossing had for future strategy. When news of the peace of Adrianople arrived in St Petersburg the sense of euphoria was understandable. The treaty — through its strategic annexations and extension of Russia's commercial and political rights — served to weaken the Ottoman Empire while preserving its existence, thus complementing perfectly the committee's decision. The chapter also considers the British reaction to Adrianople and the execution and revision of Adrianople in 1830–32.

Keywords: Treaty of Adrianople; Russia; Balkan; international law; Aberdeen; Britain; Ottoman Empire

Chapter.  14958 words. 

Subjects: Modern History (1700 to 1945)

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