From victory to peace : Russian diplomacy after Napoleon
Ithaca [New York] : Northern Illinois University Press, an imprint of Cornell University Press, June 2021
The book analyzes Emperor Alexander I's foreign policy in the years 1815-23, a critical period in the European restorations that followed the victory over Napoleon. It highlights Russia's integration into European society, understanding of European order, contribution to peacemaking, and perspective on what it meant to act in concert.
Contents: Introduction : Russia as a Great Power in Europe -- Pacification and Peace (1815-17) -- Completion of the General Alliance (1817-20) -- Alliance Unity and Intervention in Naples (1820-21) -- To Act in Concert (1821-22) -- Spain and the European System (1820-23) -- Conclusion : Russia's European Diplomacy.