What are the features of the development of international relations in the 19th century?

The XIX century was not only the most peaceful century from the previous ones, but also the most peaceful. Previously, equilibrium arose as if automatically – as a result of the confrontation of various states. But confrontation is fraught with war, and after the Napoleonic Wars, all powers really wanted peace. Politicians were more eager to avoid wars. For the first time, they began to try to regulate the balance. That is why the 19th century broke all records in the number of conferences and ministerial meetings designed to solve disputed problems by peaceful means. However, at the same time, by the end of the century, contradictions began to grow, there was a split into two opposing blocs. All this increased the threat of a major war.

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