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Frühmoderne Staatsbildung Und Die Entstehung Des Neuzeitlichen Mächte-Europa

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The theme of "early modern state formation and development of modern powers Europe" for genuine research interests to be honored scholars seem insignificant at first glance. The considerations on the factual and systematic linking of internal state and external power state formation would help this picture of the emergence of modern Europe to further strengthen and so aware of the real historical connections between old and new Europe. The modern Europe of the powers is outlined in two steps: The first systematic part focuses on the structural and pro-zessualen relationships. The second part leads to some concrete examples before, as under these methodological and theoretical premises and the history of the international system should be researched and presented or could, under reference back to the process of state formation and the same in all the stages of this process manifestations of early modern state.

Keywords: modern state formation; modern powers; Europe; international system



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