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The Politics of Peace-Keeping: Anglo-Scottish Relations from 1503 to 1511

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Abstract:

The eight-year period in Anglo-Scottish relations that began with the marriage of James IV and Margaret Tudor and the signing of the Treaty of Perpetual Peace was one of sustained – and carefully maintained – peace between the two countries, despite the provocations of border raids, pressures from continental powers, the harboring of fugitives, and acts of piracy. Relations between Scotland and England deteriorated following the accession of Henry VIII, however, and the peace was broken by 1511.

Keywords: England; Foreign Relations; Peace; Scotland

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1477-4658.00149

Publication date: June 1, 1994

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