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Год написания: 2017.
Специальность (дисциплина): Международные отношения.
Количество страниц: 63 стр.
Уникальность: 98% (antiplagiat.ru), 98% (Антиплагиат.ВУЗ), 75% (e-txt antiplagiat).
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Стоимость: 70 000 тенге
1 Basics of diplomatic revolution
1.1 Сoncept of diplomacy, its basic aspects
1.2 Main lines of foreign policy and diplomacy of the European states in the 18th century
1.3 Diplomatic revolution on the eve of the Seven Years' War
2 Seven Years' war
2.1 Historical causes for the Seven Years' War. The political situation in Europe
2.2 Beginning of the Seven Years' War
2.3 War progress
2.4 Outcome of the War
3 Evaluation of diplomacy during the Seven Years' War
3.1 French diplomacy on the eve of the revolution and during the Seven Years' War
3.2 British and Prussian diplomacy during the second half of the 18th century
3.3 Diplomacy of the Russian Empire during the war
3.4 Diplomatic outcomes and consequences of the Seven Years' War
Subject of study:
Revolutionary diplomatic process and the hostilities that affected most of Europe in the XVIII century.
Object of study:
diplomatic relations with European countries, which led to the rupture of diplomatic relations;
economic and political situation in the European states, which have become the subjects of revolutionary and military turmoil.
Purpose of work corresponds to the complex and aims to study the causes of the Diplomatic Revolution and the Seven Years' War, and the study of these processes from the perspective of countries outside the conflict.
To this purpose the following objectives were formulated:
consideration of the political and socio-economic situation in the European societies on thieve of the diplomatic revolution;
determining the causes, nature and the role of leaders, typology and results of the revolution;
study of the causes and course of the Seven Years' War;
comparison of diplomatic relations, taking into account the different circumstances and the level of development of European countries;
assessment of the diplomatic outcomes and results of the Seven Years War.