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In this regard, Steuckers points out four basic strategic principles: Houghton Mifflin Company. Rolf Peter Sieferle, Finis Germania.
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Harvey, A. The hard vision, based on subsidiary layered, delegated sovereignty finally vanishes from European Realpolitik with the collapse of its last Katechon institutions at the end of World War I the West Roman Katechon abstractly represented by the Hapsburg Imperium and the East Roman Katechon abstractly represented by the Romanov Imperium. Recently, he published an encyclopaedic work on the origins, history and current state of European civilization: Raven Press.