Treaty on the Establishment of Peace Throughout Christendom (1464)

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The ‘Treaty on the Establishment of Peace Throughout Christendom’ is a draft treaty proposed in 1463 and 1464 by king George of Poděbrad of Bohemia (1420-1471) to the Kings of Hungary, Poland and France, as well as to the Republic of Venice. Formulated as a plan for a crusade against the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II (1432-1481), who had taken Constantinople in 1453, the text foresees the creation of an international organisation comprising all European sovereigns, in equal ‘universal fraternity’. The use of force between members of this new organisation would be strictly forbidden. A parlamentum (tribunal) ought to arbitrate quarrels between sovereigns.
Originele taal-2English
TitelMax Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law
RedacteurenHélène Ruiz Fabri
UitgeverijOxford University Press
Aantal pagina's12
StatusPublished - 1 dec 2021

Publicatie series

NaamOxford Public International Law
UitgeverijOxford University Press


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