In The Political Theology of European Integration, Mark Royce corrects the political science discourse by explaining how political theology can affect international relations.
Mark MeltonDecember 11, 2019
Divergent conceptions of religion, nationalism, and the role of the state leave Europe divided in ways it has not been since the end of the Cold War.
Peter RoughApril 11, 2019
As NATO has expanded and with less clarity on concrete enemies, allies have grown further apart.
Joshua W. WalkerApril 4, 2019
Some media outlets have called Markus Söder “Germany’s Trump” and the “Merkel Slayer.” They’re wrong.
Mark R. RoyceAugust 23, 2018
What does NATO need to do going forward? The short answer: more and less.
Alan DowdFebruary 23, 2018
On September 24, Angela Merkel won a fourth term as chancellor of Germany. Here is what you should know about the most powerful woman in the world.
Joe CarterOctober 3, 2017
Helmut Kohl will be forever recalled as Germany’s longest serving chancellor since Bismarck, as Reagan’s stalwart ally during the Cold War, and as the unifier of a divided Germany.
Mark TooleyJune 21, 2017
There are several famous sardonic quotes about Germany’s role in the world. One is Churchill’s 1943 remark after Germany surrendered in North Africa: “The Hun is always either at your throat or your feet.”
Mark TooleyJune 8, 2017
U.S.-German relations are currently at a low point, but the fault does not rest solely with President Trump. German Chancellor Angela Merkel deserves blame.
J.P. CarrollJune 3, 2017
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