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An informal alliance or friendly understanding between two states
a friendly understanding between political powers an informal alliance between countries
{i} agreement between two or more countries; alliance between two or more countries
An entente or an entente cordiale is a friendly agreement between two or more countries. The French entente with Great Britain had already been significantly extended. a situation in which two countries have friendly relations with each other détente. Anglo Russian Entente Entente Cordiale Little Entente Triple Entente
a friendly understanding between political powers
an informal alliance between countries
Entente Cordiale
a political agreement and feeling of friendship between two or more countries. The name 'Entente Cordiale' was originally used for an agreement between Britain and France in 1904. (French; "Cordial Understanding") (April 8, 1904) Anglo-French agreement that settled numerous colonial disputes and ended antagonisms between Britain and France. It granted freedom of action to Britain in Egypt and to France in Morocco and resolved several other imperial disputes. The agreement reduced the virtual isolation of each country and was consequently upsetting to Germany, which had benefited from their antagonism. The Entente paved the way for Anglo-French diplomatic cooperation against Germany before World War I and for later military alliances
entente cordiale
pact between France and England made in 1904
Anglo-Russian Entente
(1907) Pact in which Britain and Russia settled their colonial disputes in Persia, Afghanistan, and Tibet. It delineated spheres of influence in Persia, stipulated that neither country would interfere in Tibet's internal affairs, and recognized Britain's influence over Afghanistan. The agreement led to the formation of the Triple Entente
Little Entente
Mutual defense arrangement formed in 1920-21 between Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and Romania, with French support. It was directed against German and Hungarian domination in the Danube River basin and toward protection of its members' territorial integrity. It was successful in the 1920s, but after Adolf Hitler's rise to power (1933) its members adopted increasingly independent foreign policies. The entente collapsed after Germany annexed the Czech Sudetenland (1938)
Triple Entente
alliance formed between France Russia and Great Britain at the start of World War I
Triple Entente
(1907) Association between Britain, France, and Russia. It developed from the Franco-Russian Alliance of 1894, the Anglo-French Entente Cordiale of 1904, and the Anglo-Russian Entente of 1907. Formed to settle mutual colonial disputes, the alignment became the nucleus of the Allied Powers in World War I