Weltpolitik

Term applied to German foreign policy after about 1890, which represented Emperor Wilhelm II's attempt to make Germany into a world power through an aggressive foreign policy on colonies and naval...
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Weltpolitik

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Weltpolitik

"Weltpolitik" ("world policy") was the foreign policy adopted by Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in 1897, replacing the earlier "Realpolitik" approach. The start of the policy can be traced to a Reichstag debate on 6 December 1897 of that year, during which German Foreign Secretary Bernhard von Bulow argued, "[i]n one word: we do not want to p...
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