and recurring ideas of the relevant documents will be identiﬁed, and where pertinent, commented upon. Context In 1855, the Monarchy signed a Concordat with the Holy See which accorded to the Catholic Church the status of state church. In 1859, an
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market reforms, China between 1978 and 2013 resembled non-electoral, authoritarian capitalist regimes like Russia, Iran, or the Gulf monarchies. Elections were held, but the political rulers manipulated the electoral system in many ways, so the outcome
with the performance venue and the Danish monarchy with elements of modernity, progressiveness, and innovation. 7 Such a representation will ultimately juxtapose Danish cultural identity with an explicitly international outlook, inherent to the Lulu
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