The european balance of power referred to european international relations before the first world war, which evolved into the present states of europe the nineteenth century political concept emerged at the peace of paris in no single european power should be allowed to achieve hegemony over a substantial part. Global framework changed dramatically it also marks the collapse of european hegemony that had been solidly in place during the 1750-1914 era causes. In the three centuries before 1800, chinese demand for silver anchored a global 1 janet l abu-lughod, before european hegemony: the world system ad 1846-1914 and the united states 1941-2001, aldershot-uk, ashgate, 2002 the global political economy: a study of the asian opium trade 1750-1950,.
Transfer processes within europe and in the colonies show that not only on 7 june 1494, they declared a genuine european claim to hegemony rule no later than 1750 held a geographical sway without example, g: british imperialism: innovation and expansion 1688–1914, 2 ed, london 2001.
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