The political variables that contributed to the development of hostilities between European states and the Ottoman Empire in the region will be examined in the paper The Impact of Political Variables on the Ottoman- European Hegemonic Conflict in the Mediterranean before the Battle of Lepanto in 1571 CE". The paper examines how these elements affected the state-state struggle and concentrates on the time leading up to the Battle of Lepanto in 1571 CE. The study will go into the alliances and diplomatic ties between states that contributed to the conflicts escalation as well as other political and military factors. The study will also look at how the conflict has affected the societies involved and the political ties between governments. The study will employ archival materials and a range of references to present a thorough overview of the conflict and its effects on the political variables. Additionally, both analytical and inductive methodologies will be used in our work.
J. Khasawneh, A.; A. Meshref, Abdellatif; and E. Al-Sarhan, K.
"The Impact of Political Variables on the Ottoman-European Hegemonic Conflict in the Mediterranean before the Battle of Lepanto in 1571 CE,"
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