Big Four

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Big Four or Big 4 may refer to:


International relations[edit]

  • The Big Four (World War I), the four major Allied powers and their leaders at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919: France, Italy, Britain and the United States
  • The Four Policemen or Big Four, a proposed post-World War II council expected to guarantee world peace (China, Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States), that eventually became, with the addition of France, the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council
  • Big Four (European Union): France, Germany, Italy and the UK
  • Big Four Conference, various conferences between the victorious nations after World War I and World War II





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