Foreign policy

Events

Maximilliam I was elected

1486

French invasion of Brittany

1487

French invade Brittany

1487

Anglo-French truce

1488

Treaty of Medina del Campo between England and Spain

1489

Important development for Henry as it gave him some international peace and security he aspired

Treaty of Redon between England and Brittany

1489

They both agreed to this, according to which duchess Anne would pay for a small English army to defend Brittany from the threat of the French

Treaty of Estaples between England and France

1492

After signing this Charles VIII agreed to withdraw his support for Perkin Warbeck and to pay a pension to Henry to compensate him for the expense of having recruited an Army of invasion.

Maximilian I became emperor

1493

A turning point

1495

Problems arose when James IV came of age and offered hospitality to perkin warbeck. He stayed for two years and was also offered Marriage

Poynings Law

1495

Magnus inercursus

1496

brought trade Embargo to an end

Scotland invades England

1496

Truce of Ayton between England and Scotland

1497

onwards

1498

Anglo Scottish relations significantly improved. Because of these improvements James no longer had any diplomatic uses for Warbeck. Warbeck was executed in 1999

Marriage of prince Arthur and Catherine of Aragon

1501

death of prince Arthur

1502

brought complications to Henry's relations in England

Marriage of Princess Margret and James IV of Scotland

1503

Death of queen Isabella of castile

1504

Weakened the perception and the next few years saw Ferdinand involved in conflict to reassert his control over Castile. This would have significant effect over Henry V!!'s foreign policy. Henry found himself extremely isolated

Phillip of Burgundy and Juana of Castile in England

1506

Death of Phillip of Burgundy

1506

Malus Intercursus

1506

treaty of Windsor

1506

Henry secured a stronger relationship with Juana and Phillip