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The key diplomatic achievement of Bismarck's foreign policy was

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    What are your choices?

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    Mebbe the alliance system...

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    The choices to this question are

    rapprochement with France
    an alliance with the Ottomans to contain Russia
    a formal alliance with Austria-Hungary
    successful challenge to Britain's sea supremacy

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