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Wie schließt man Frieden? 5 Antworten

Feb 24, 2023
If you look at this map here, you will see a lot of red because the map shows the armed conflicts in the world, especially in the last few months, many of you, and of course I am concerned about the question of what can be done. in this regard, how can we overcome violence and hatred? Do the warring parties manage to put their weapons aside very briefly? how can you make peace? not only in the war in Ukraine no, there are many more conflicts in the world that have not been resolved at all in Mali, for example, in Yemen or in Syria, the present shows that it is very difficult to negotiate peace, but maybe we can learn some history in this video.
wie schlie t man frieden 5 antworten
Here we see some peace agreements from history, how they came about, what problems the negotiators had. struggle and how lasting the peace was in the end, it became very clear that every peace agreement is different just like every conflict is different in this video we dealt with five historical examples along with some questions why do you make peace who makes peace where is the proper place for it how to make peace and lastly when is the right time for this we start with question 1 why does it make any sense to make peace treaties then of course we all want peace but if someone really wants to go to war, such a treaty does not prevent them at all, you can see that in the Easter attack on Ukraine so often Throughout history, such treaties were broken, so why the agreement?
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Take the ancient Romans for example, they practically constantly wage war. to defend them, but above all to increase their sphere of influence, especially during the time of the republic, generally speaking until the 1st century BC. allies the contracting parties must submit to roman rule especially in military matters they must provide arms assistance for this they can manage themselves and generally keep their own calendar coins and also gods and through the use of arms will benefit from roman conquests against others thereafter to avoid breaking agreements, the Romans demand that members of the upper class have to live as hostages in Rome these people in practice often become something like mediators between cultures as children were , for example, the later king of the very leutids the metrians the first jack under the historian polivius as hostages in Rome with a violin the shot goes wrong aminos the karoska was a hostage in Rome but later led a Germanic rebellion against the Romans, specifically the famous battle of Varus, but as I said, this is the exception that proves the rule with such alliances and contracts, drugs widen their sphere of influence and you will notice that Rome is particularly interested in peace agreements when it has the strongest position and the opponents are defeated but even the defeated benefit from the treaties. in the area controlled by rome the roman peace applies and culture and trade usually flourish we learn you need an incentive to make peace it must be pragmatic and offer an advantage the best for both parties only in this way can peace last long time if one side feels at a disadvantage then the conflict will continue Question 2 who really makes peace with each other well that is very different for european history peace always applies the ruler negotiates especially in the middle ages and in the early modern period, they are emperors and kings. but it is not always the rulers themselves who negotiate with each other, on the one hand, there is a risk of being arrested at a joint meeting, there are enough historical cases, on the other hand, one must imagine that during the negotiations the war goes on with normality, but the ruler also wants to observe and determine what happens in the war, and as the administration of states becomes more and more complex, negotiators are increasingly tasked with negotiating on behalf of the ruler, and that is clear.
wie schlie t man frieden 5 antworten
The conflict is complex and the more powers are involved, the more difficult it really is to make peace. A well-known example is the Westphalian peace treaty, long soldiers devastate the country and war brings unimaginable suffering, especially in area of the Holy Roman Empire Catholic and Protestant nations fight each other for faith and especially for power, the main warring parties realize relatively early that war in this way is pretty futile, however it takes forever to sit down to negotiate. it is not easy at all to determine a starting point and an end point for the negotiations life in general negotiations take about five years it will be the first full international congress of this size even if there were mediators before and also if there are still bilateral negotiations between the rulers, that means two people sit together, entire European states and imperial states meet in the two Westphalian cities of Osnabrück and Münster for most envoys, however this is quite annoying because they are actually used to cities historian Lena özle told me on our history podcast that she likes to listen.
wie schlie t man frieden 5 antworten
She is linked below the Terex story. The podcast is always worth recommending, but now, back to the topic, intermediaries are also found when they are sightseeing far from home or having tea that can bring a lot forward many also have their families closed there will the children born maybe also get married sire family members die as said the negotiations go on for five years a lot of things are happening the war is going on during this time and normal life also usually write everything twice a week for your help in the far away capital the problem is because of of course the correspondence at that time takes a long time to Vienna, for example, it is about ten days Madrid is about 40 days away sometimes what has just been negotiated for a long time has been overtaken by news on the battlefield for a long time and that brings us to where, why they all meet in the provincial cities of Münster and Osnabrück of all places, well in the early modern period residences of one part or another, e.g.
Vienna or Paris, is out of the question. for a peace congress, it is mainly because one party cannot be expected to enter enemy territory, moreover, the high representatives of a state do not travel alone with suitcases, they have a lot of people with them, including armed ones, and no one cares. You like to have enemy soldiers in your capital. So it's important that peace negotiations have as neutral a place as possible. That was safety and clarity for both sides, or two places that are very close to each other. At best, both are neutral. The logic is that Münster is Catholic Osnabrück envoys of the Emperor and the King of France negotiate with each other in Münster, also with the participation of the Pope in Osnabrück, negotiations are held between the Emperor and the Protestant King of Sweden decisive battle the negotiated solution only it is possible because all the parties to the conflict are totally exhausted in the end a few have settled and how the Peace of Westphalia resolves well the complicated conflict a treaty between Sweden and the Holy Roman Emperor is on both sides must be a forgetfulness eternal and amnesty from all that has been committed since the beginning of these incidents, anywhere and in any way, by one side or the other, hostile acts back and forth. go ahead, all insults, damages, crimes should be buried in eternal oblivion as if no one was to blame for the war, how to find a way to start over with each other, after all, the 30-year war tore the whole world apart Holy Roman German Empire.
Empire in two camps, of course, everything is fine with the Peace of Westphalia, even if it is a huge step and a war of the same magnitude does not break out for about 150 years. France and Spain, for example, did not conclude bilateral peace. until 1659, so to speak, in the most neutral place possible on an uninhabited island in the river bordering the treaty of versaja which is in a way a counterpoint to the Peace of Westphalia in the Peace of Westphalia a better balance of interests was achieved between the belligerent parties and in verse it was different that after the 30 years war there was a clear loser after the first world war, the German empire and that it has no choice but to sign the peace treaty in this treaty the problems are not they are resolved in the sense of a reconciliation of interests, but Germany has to take sole responsibility for the war, cede people and areas and pay high compensation, that is at least the brief summary of this huge.
You can get more details in our Versaillier contract video linked to the top of the i. Feel free to take a look, but although the winners set the tone, in the end everyone is dissatisfied because the winners also have different ideas about peace and you have to make compromises. France, for example, did not. he really wants it at all, for example, he wants to implement his war goals in the following years, for example higher reparation payments and the occupation of the Saarland and perhaps other German mining and industrial areas from the losers Germany, of course, does not want wants none of this and therefore you are testing the rules of peace Completely abrogating a peace after a clear military decision does not necessarily guarantee a real peace, but sometimes plants the seeds from which a new war can grow that is, if one side wins, then they don't have to make any compromises, at least not to the loser, therefore the danger is great that it will happen, as I indicated at the beginning, winners succumb to the underlying conditions that in they can't or won't really accept but you have to wait for the opportunity to get revenge unresolved issues keep coming up and the question remains when is the right time for peace negotiations Example Vietnam War a complex war that is actually a series of wars and the best known is the US war against Northern Ireland there is an attempt at war by agreement as early as the end of 1968, but only since 1970 Henry Kissinger, adviser to the US president for foreign affairs and security policy, he has been secretly negotiating with the vietnam politician such a lecher the negotiations come and go after all the doctor says one thing to kissinger you can say about us we always say goodbye with a smile why does it take so long both of us parties need time to realistically assess the military situation, especially the superpower USA is slowly learning that it cannot win and the internal political situation in the USA is changing the war is losing more and more support the population demands the end of the war is only now that the world is ready to move away from far-reaching demands and only fight for minimal objectives in the negotiations in January 1973 a peace agreement is signed the united states withdraws however it must be said that this negotiated peace already foresees that at that time it will not last long the war between the north and the south of vietnam continues for another two years until the south is completely defeated you realize that it is very difficult to make a real peace a peace that is more than you say just dodge wars usually end when a decision has been made militarily or if all sides are tired of war and more powers are involved, also from abroad, the harder it will be for many peace researchers and conflict, so the war in Ukraine does not have good prospects for a quick peace, unfortunately it must be said, but history shows that it can also be successful, it also gives us hope.
With examples, Germany and France for example, which used to be called hereditary enemies are now good partners too thanks to the 1963 led contract, ideally several states can even join at the same time and everyone knows the best example of such a peace project. EU The European Union Finally, two quotes on the question of how peace can be achieved. The first quote comes from Mahatma Gandhi who advocated nonviolent resistance and once said that there is no path to peace is the path and the second is an ancient Roman saying if you want peace prepare for war what do you think about it, are you more in Gandhi's team or do you think that deterrence is needed to prevent wars, feel free to write it in the comments below, here next to me you will find the video about the versaja contract that I just mentioned and just below something on the Terrax+ channel about the Peace of Westphalia, feel free to take a look, thanks for watching and see you next time

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