Historical studies

42 years ago… the Gwangju uprising

 President Park Geun Hye (박근혜), he established an authoritarian and repressive regime following his 1961 coup . Nevertheless, he has also allowed Korea…

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THE HISTORY OF HANGEUL, THE KOREAN ALPHABET

Last October 9 in Korea was Hangeul Day. For the two or three people in the background who are lost, Hangeul…

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Communistic Religious Associations

Christianity from its beginning was connected with socialistic ideas. It taught the equality of all men in the sight of…

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False-Flag Invasions Are a Russian Specialty

By Calder Walton, the assistant director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Applied History Project, and director of research of its Intelligence…

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Russia and Ukraine Are Trapped in Medieval Myths

There are plenty of economic and security explanations for the Ukraine crisis. And they’re useful, but they’re not enough. The…

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Dante Alighieri

The most logical and systematic statement of the imperial theory was that of Dante Alighieri (1265-1321 ). Dante had considerable…

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Marsilius and William of Ockam

In the third part of his Dialogus, William of Ockam briefly dealt with Marsilius of Padua’s theory of conciliar infallibility.…

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Martin Luther

Martin Luther was a German priest, theologian, author, composer, former Augustinian friar, and is best known as a seminal figure…

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Medieval Theory of International Relations

 In the Middle Ages local dominion took the place of world dominion, and the principles of universal law were pushed…

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