Post Tagged with: "Foreign Policy of the Holy See"

The Realism of Holy See Foreign Policy

The Realism of Holy See Foreign Policy

The Holy See adheres to a realism that differs from classical realism in that it succeeds in disconnecting the Church’s theology to its foreign policy practice.

Review – Vatican Diplomacy at the United Nations

Review – Vatican Diplomacy at the United Nations

Melnyk’s deep knowledge of the issue traces the aspirations of the Holy See at the United Nations to its theological roots, which want the Holy See to be a voice for the defense of human dignity.

The Catholic Church in International Politics

The Catholic Church in International Politics

The Catholic Church sees itself as a universal association of believers in a Christian God, serves to enlarge normative space in IR, and deploys Faith and Hope as values for global society.

The Nature and Role of the Catholic Church and the Holy See in the International Order

The Nature and Role of the Catholic Church and the Holy See in the International Order

The Catholic Church has a unique status in international law and relations. Through the international person of the Holy See, the Church exercises sovereignty in international relations.

The Diplomacy of the Holy See in the Modern Era

The Diplomacy of the Holy See in the Modern Era

The Holy See, lacking a territorial agenda, plays a unique role around the world today, and its diplomacy remains as relevant to humanity in the 21st century as it has been in the past.

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