The Religious Roots of Modern International Relations

@article{Philpott2000TheRR,
  title={The Religious Roots of Modern International Relations},
  author={D. Philpott},
  journal={World Politics},
  year={2000},
  volume={52},
  pages={206 - 245}
}
The Protestant Reformation was a crucial spring of modern international relations. Had it lever occurred, a system of sovereign states would not have arrived, at least not in the form or at he time that it did at the Peace of Westphalia. This is the counterfactual the author seeks to sustain. He first advances an elaborated but qualified defense of the conventional wisdom that Westphalia is the origin of modern international relations. He then accounts for how Protestant deas exerted influence… Expand

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