If you mean World War 2, the Germans had to be occupied by four countries and abide by the Postdam Conference. See Link Below.
If you mean World War 1, the Germans had 14 points they had to abide by whether they liked it or not. They were very bitter about their surrender reparations they had to meet and it fueled Adolph Hitler to disregard it and start a war. See Link Below.
Depending on what you mean, I'm guessing that it's Poland that they invaded first, or otherwise it's one of the countries that Germany had lost because of the Versailles Treaty, that they demanded to have returned or would start war. This could also be Russia. Please be more specific.
The Nobel Peace Prize 1995 was awarded jointly to Joseph Rotblat and Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs for their efforts to diminish the part played by nuclear arms in international politics and, in the longer run, to eliminate such arms
North Vietnamese troops would be allowed to stay in South Vietnam.
Treaty of Versailles
Dartmouth Conferences - peace - was created in 1960.
There were no peace conferences. Germany and Japan signed instruments of unconditional surrender, and thereafter fell under the control of the victorious powers.
There have been numerous peace conferences in Paris. Which one are you referring to?
Presumably the Peace of Callias.
Such a policy is known as APPEASEMENT.
The most important of Wilson's 14 Points was the last one, the League of Nations. But he also had other ideas he wanted accomplished at the peace conference. He called for national borders determined by nationality and just treatment of Germany. The other allies were planning on how to divide the spoils and keeping Germany completely out of the peace making process. Wilson also demanded complete freedom of the seas for all nations, in peace and in war. And he also demanded disarmament among all the major nations. All of these demands were dismissed by the other nations.
After both World Wars, Paris Peace conferences were held to create treaties, ending the war. The treaties created new borders and made financial arrangements to repay the cost of the war to the victors. After WWI, Russia and Germany were not invited. The terms placed on Germany after WWI have been considered by some as leading to the second world war.
Typically land concessions, but it depends on the negotiation in particular.
He was a financier and he won his prize for drawing up a workable plan for enabling Germany to make the retribution payment demanded from it by the victors of World War I.