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Three Emperors’ League

informal alliance formed in 1872 by the emperors of Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Russia. Its aims were to preserve the social order of the conservative powers of Europe and to keep the peace between Austria-Hungary and Russia, which were traditional rivals. The league was eventually superseded by the TRIPLE ALLIANCE AND TRIPLE ENTENTE.

Three Roles for German Foreign Policy Towards Russia

Posted by Editors in German Politics, International Economics, Transatlantic Relations on Tuesday, December 9. 2008

Our regular commenter Zyme from Bavaria has written the following guest post:

Three traits of modern German foreign policy have manifested themselves in recent events:

1. Germany as the Representative of Russia's interests in the West

2. Germany as the Diplomat seeking to upkeep civil tone –

3. Germany as Businesswoman according to the phrase of "Deutschland AG"


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