The text and therefore the terms of the “Provisional Agreement between the Holy See and China” have not been made public. But its probable contents can be surmised.
Mark R. RoyceJuly 12, 2019
Liberal declaration of the kind described above is generally well-intentioned. Yet as often as not, it appears to but embarrass the democrat whilst amusing the dictator.
Mark R. RoyceApril 19, 2019
The nation-state emerged in Western Europe out of the Wars of Religion as a tool of the Protestant movements.
Mark R. RoyceFebruary 6, 2019
Mark Royce explains why Canada’s defense strategy is a mediocre study unworthy of such a vitally important democratic state.
Mark R. RoyceNovember 30, 2018
Some media outlets have called Markus Söder “Germany’s Trump” and the “Merkel Slayer.” They’re wrong.
Mark R. RoyceAugust 23, 2018
Madeleine Albright’s Fascism: A Warning is both cynical and shallow.
Mark R. RoyceMay 25, 2018
The French Ministry of the Armed Forces plans to increase defense spending from about 40.8 billion euros in 2017 to 42.8 billion euros in 2018, with increases projected to continue through 2025.
Mark R. RoyceApril 10, 2018
Applebaum’s analysis of the Holodomor in Red Famine presents not so much a scientific study in human starvation as a political study of the horrifying possibilities of totalitarianism.
Mark R. RoyceDecember 19, 2017
This Sunday, Catalonia will attempt to hold a referendum on independence from Spain. Why is this strange event taking place, and what are the implications for European and international politics?
Mark R. RoyceSeptember 29, 2017
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