The Utrecht Negotiations in Perspective: The Hope of Happiness for the World

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Abstract

The Peace Negotiations in the Dutch city of Utrecht (1712–13) and its preliminaries settled the Spanish War of Succession and were used to deal with leftovers of the Westphalia Treaties. More importantly, the peace talks in Utrecht gave the major West European powers the opportunity to create an international framework enhancing stability and cooperation in Europe. The Utrecht talks are analyzed to assess the evolution of the negotiation process. The discussion enhances our understanding of international interstate negotiation processes of the past and, thereby, of the present.

International Negotiation

A Journal of Theory and Practice

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