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British Foreign Policy in the Age of the American Revolution$
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H. M. Scott

Print publication date: 1990

Print ISBN-13: 9780198201953

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198201953.001.0001

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The Ascendancy of the Eastern Powers, 1771–1773

The Ascendancy of the Eastern Powers, 1771–1773

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(p.160) 7 The Ascendancy of the Eastern Powers, 1771–1773
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British Foreign Policy in the Age of the American Revolution
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H. M. Scott

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198201953.003.0007

The distinction between the two separate diplomatic systems was highlighted and seemed to reach its full extent during the Russo-Turkish War because of the conflicts that arose in countries such as Russia, Austria, and Prussia. Also, it is important to note that by this period, the Anglo-Bourbon rivalry had extended to an international level. The agreement at Neustadt in 1770 that Austria and Prussia made to continue being neutral about the wars over Port Egmont furthered the Anglo-French leadership's breakdown. This highlighted how the conflicts between the Bourbons and the British entailed their own political priorities. This chapter looks into the implications of the developments experienced by those that comprised Eastern Europe.

Keywords:   Russo-Turkish War, Neustadt, Austria, Prussia, Anglo-French leadership, eastern Europe, political priorities

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