Liberty, Security, and the Congress of Vienna
This proposed colloquium, to be held in Vienna in 2015 to mark the bicentennial of the congress, will address the history and legacy of the Congress of Vienna. It will investigate the impact of the congress on the history of liberalism and will invite discussion about the project of the European Union.
Final Act of the Congress of Vienna/General Treaty (1815).
The Holy Alliance Treaty. September 26, 1815.
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