Political studies

Russia Is Worried About Challenges in the Caucasus

The first two weeks of 2022 have been eventful and consequential ones for Russia and its neighbors. Last week, Russia sent…

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Mario Draghi Doesn’t Have ‘Whatever It Takes’ Anymore

On Jan. 24, Italy’s parliamentarians and a caucus of regional representatives will start the process of electing a new president.…

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Feudalism in Medieval Era

From the point of view of political institutions, the early medieval period was characterized, not only by the formation of a…

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The Holy Roman Empire

Throughout the whole period of feudal anarchy, the ideal of an empire, and of an emperor whose authority must be…

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The Relation of Spiritual to Secular Authority

The Relation of Spiritual to Secular Authority. In the early days of Roman Christianity, the emperor had been recognized as head of…

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The Nature of Medieval Political Thought

During the greater part of the medieval period, political life was influenced but little by conscious purpose or by deliberately…

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The Real Philosophy of Emmanuel Macron

By Blake Smith If French President Emmanuel Macron is as confident about reelection in April 2022 as he often appears to…

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Turkey’s Tough 2021

For Turkey, 2021 was a year marked by its plummeting currency, soaring inflation, and destructive climate change events. The terrible…

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Political Theory in the Early Church

The founder of Christianity had little interest in political doctrines. In appealing to the lowly and oppressed, the importance of…

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