The Hague Central Organisation for a Durable Peace
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That in Russia, the decision of foreign policy rests — constitutionally — entirely with the Czar hardly needs mention. Yet, nowadays, there is everywhere to be found in existence a more or less strong counterbalance to these statutory rights of monarchs and presidents in that pohtical power of Parliaments which has its roots in the material and moral forces of different social orders. It is at its strongest in countries with Parliamentary Government (e. G. England, France, Italy) where the sove...reign — king or president — is deprived of the constitutional means to pursue a policy which is opposed to the deciding voice of a parliamentary majority. Yet this can also become an important counterbalance in constitutional States which have mixed systems of government. Where a Parliament exists which has behind it the declared will of the nation, and this Parliament, together with its electors, has a distinct intention, no Government can risk setting itself continuously in opposition.