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Effects of protesting reform on the system of international relations in Western Europe





Martin Luther’s criticism about the Catholic Church provoked a strong convulsion within Western society, but also an ideological change that would impact heavily on the system of international relations in Western Europe, generating a polarization between two blocks of States clearly confronted. On the one hand, there were countries that adopted the Reformation, especially those in Northern Europe, as England, Sweden and Denmark, and on the other hand, those who were still ideologically faithful to the mandate of the Papacy, as Spain. The reform allows States adopting such a confession to have control over the Church and through it, to get economic benefits that allow the enrichment of the treasury, but that created a separation in Europe between Catholics and Protestants leading to armed conflicts between them.

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