Concert of Europe
1815, as a mechanism to enforce the Congress of Vienna (Austria), Sep 1814 to Jun 1815, called after the fall of Napoleon I. Comprised the Quadruple Alliance - the countries signatory to T-XT0036 - Holy Alliance Treaty, 1815 (Russia, Austria and Prussia) together with Great Britain - headed by Prince Metternich of Austria. Subsequently suppressed uprisings demanding constitutional government, 1820, Spain and 1822, Italy. Influence decreased following: disagreement over intervention in Latin American revolutions and over Russia's role in the Russo-Turkish wars of 1828 and 1831; successful nationalism movements leading to unifications in Germany and Italy; outbreak of the Crimean War in 1853. Finally became obsolete following signature of T-XT0315 - Treaty of Paris, 1856, which, in 1856, limited Russia's rights in the straits between the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles and in the Black Sea.
Establish a balance of power so as to maintain peace, preserve territorial status quo and protect legitimate governments.
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