Vatican diplomacy in the World War.
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Vatican diplomacy in the World War. by Humphrey John Thewlis Johnson

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  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Catholic Church

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LC ClassificationsD622 J6
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Number of Pages46
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Open LibraryOL15093663M

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Book Description. Originally published in , the original blurb reads: ‘From these studies of the secret diplomacy surrounding the entry of Turkey and Italy into the First World War, emerges a picture of the complex machinery behind the obvious wheels of international politics. When World War II ended Hurley became involved again in Vatican diplomacy by representing the Vatican in Yugoslavia. Hurley proved to be a tough diplomat with Marshal Tito. Following a series of commemorations to mark the th anniversary of the end of World War I, this week attention turns to a world post-WWI, and Papal diplomacy. By Lydia O’Kane At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in the guns fell silent and . Modern Diplomacy and War. To understand the relationships between diplomacy and war, therefore, “one needs to look at the development of the contemporary state system and the evolution of warfare and diplomacy within it” (Fierke ).Both became professionalized and organized around the Hobbesian assumption that the members of a political anarchy could legislate away neither their.

The book addresses questions regarding the history of the gradual involvement of the Representatives of the Holy See and the corresponding development of their legal status in the newly created international organization of the United Nations and its affiliated bodies, the canonical determination of the office of papal legate to the United Nations in view of pertinent ecclesiastical. Alongside nuncios, Vatican diplomats stationed in Rome and other major arenas of international diplomacy can play a vital and significant role. As the Holy See’s Under-Secretary for Relations with States, Archbishop Pietro Parolin served as the Vatican’s ‘deputy foreign minister’ until last year. Vatican Secret Diplomacy: Joseph P. Hurley and Pope Pius XII Charles R. Gallagher Based upon his doctoral dissertation, Charles Gallagher has given us an excellent and fascinating account of the life of Joseph Hurley, Bishop of St. Augustine, who was also a noted diplomat and activist in the fight against both fascism and communism. In the corridors of the Vatican on the eve of World War II, American Catholic priest Joseph Patrick Hurley found himself in the midst of secret diplomatic dealings and intense debate. Hurley's deeply felt American patriotism and fixed ideas about confronting Nazism .