Why was the treaty of Paris signed in France? If it was between the US and Great Britain ?
- LomaxLv 41 month ago
If you look back over history, you'll find that a lot of treaties ending wars were signed on "neutral" ground.
The reason for this is fairly obvious - negotiators from the two factions can safely meet in a third country, and neither party to the treaty can claim the moral superiority of a "home" signing.
- 1465Lv 61 month ago
Maybe the fact that it was signed in Paris (France) might give you a clue.
- PhilLv 61 month ago
It was signed in a country other than the two main combatants, nothing wrong with that.
ps, There were a few " Treaties of Paris" I assume you mean the one in 1783 ending the Revolutionary War ?