The Long Shadow of the Congressof Vienna: From International Peaceto Domestic Disorders

  title={The Long Shadow of the Congressof Vienna: From International Peaceto Domestic Disorders},
  author={Stella Ghervas},
  journal={Journal of Modern European History},
  pages={458 - 463}
  • S. Ghervas
  • Published 1 November 2015
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Modern European History
JM EH 1 3 / 20 15 / 4 The question of how to obtain and maintain a state of peace in Europe has been at the fore of the political agenda for decades. Since World War II, there has been hope that an effective security policy might end the plight of war and violence and could eventually bring peace to the world. In particular, the Allies’ intention of creating a more «robust» international order than that of the League of Nations had led to the establishment of the UN Security Council with a… 
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