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Carving Up the Globe

An Atlas of Diplomacy

General Editor Malise Ruthven

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ISBN 9780674976245

Publication Date: 06/18/2018

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256 pages

8-1/2 x 11 inches

180 color illustrations

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World

  • Introduction
  • Treaties and Agreements by Date
  • 2550–334 BCE
  • Thirty Years’ Peace 445 BCE
  • The World in 1 CE
    • 320 BCE–313 CE
    • 363–716
    • 783-843
    • 855–1018
  • The World in 1000 CE
    • 1033–1143
    • 1151–1204
    • 1212–1234
    • 1236–1266
    • 1266–1305
    • 1305–1355
    • 1358–1373
    • 1379–1412
  • The World in 1400
    • 1417–1444
    • 1454–1474
    • 1478–1485
    • Treaty of Tordesillas, 1494
    • 1488–1499
    • 1500–1526
    • 1526–1543
    • 1544–1556
    • 1557–1566
    • 1568–1579
    • 1579–1598
    • 1601–1616
    • 1617–1623
    • 1624–1630
    • 1631–1645
    • Treaty of Westphalia, 1648
    • 1647–1656
    • 1656–1658
    • 1659–1670
    • 1670–1689
    • 1691–1701
    • 1703–1713
    • Treaties of Utrecht, 1713–1714
    • 1713–1721
    • 1725–1739
    • 1739–1745
    • 1746–1762
    • 1763–1772
    • 1774–1779
    • 1780–1784
    • 1784–1789
    • 1789–1795
    • 1795–1796
    • 1796–1802
  • The World in 1800
    • 1802–1804
    • 1805–1808
    • 1809–1813
    • 1813–1815
    • Congress of Vienna, 1815
    • 1815–1822
    • 1823–1828
    • 1828–1831
    • 1832–1838
    • 1839–1842
    • 1843–1850
    • 1850–1855
    • 1855–1858
    • 1858–1862
    • 1863–1868
    • Treaty of Bern, 1874
    • 1871–1875
    • 1875–1879
    • 1881–1883
    • The Berlin Conference, 1885
    • 1883–1890
    • Convention of Calcutta, 1890
    • British Gulf Treaties, 1900
    • 1891–1898
    • 1899–1900
  • The World in 1900
    • 1900–1903
    • 1903–1907
    • 1909–1915
    • The Sykes-Picot Agreement, 1916
    • 1916–1918
    • Treaty of Versailles, 1919
    • 1918–1919
    • 1919–1920
    • 1920–1921
    • 1921–1927
    • 1928–1935
    • 1935–1939
    • London Protocol, 1944
    • International Civil Aviation, 1944–1947
    • 1940–1945
    • 1945–1949
    • 1949–1952
    • 1952–1955
    • 1955–1958
    • 1960–1961
    • 1961–1963
    • 1965–1970
    • 1970–1972
    • 1972–1973
    • 1973–1979
    • 1980–1985
    • 1985–1989
    • 1989–1991
    • 1991–1994
    • 1994–1998
    • 1998–2001
  • The World in 2000
    • 2001–2005
    • 2005–2008
    • 2010–2017
  • Glossary of Diplomatic Terms
  • Further Reading
  • Map List
  • Index
  • Acknowledgments

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