Columns Archive July-December 2003

John Attarian defends the much-maligned King George III. (July 4, 2003)
Lisa Rogers examines the legacy of Queen Elizabeth I. (July 2003)
Reuven Frank has a solution for eliminating extravagant presidential campaigns. (July 11, 2003)
Vernon Bogdanor refutes the Fabian Society's claims that the British monarchy needs to be "modernised." (July 16, 2003)
Renee Cordes explains why Belgium needs the monarchy. (July 21, 2003)
David Black wants the Royal Scottish Academy to leave Queen Victoria's statue where it is. (July 31, 2003)
Taki finds that ordinary Greeks are embarrassed by their government's vendetta against the royal family. (August 9, 2003)
The Daily Telegraph urges that threats to royal security be taken seriously. (August 15, 2003)
Carlo Lottieri and Carlo Stagnaro explain why sensible Europeans honor the memory of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph. (August 18, 2003)
Jørn K. Baltzersen explains mathematically why he is glad to live in a monarchy. (August 29, 2003)
Fr. Juan Iscara explains the role of Revolution in the destruction of Christendom. (August 2003)
Taki misses the Austro-Hungarian Empire. (September 13, 2003)
Joseph Sobran takes another look at King George III. (September 16, 2003)
Julio A. Jeldres looks back at the ten years since the restoration of the Cambodian monarchy. (October 2, 2003)
Peter Hitchens urges the Queen to block the European Constitution. (October 19, 2003) (I cannot endorse this column, which I think is unfair and unrealistic. But I cannot ignore it either.)
Anne McElvoy says that Prince Charles should marry Camilla Parker Bowles. (October 23, 2003)
Sabine Barnhart fondly recalls the monarchical and aristocratic heritage of her native Germany. (October 23, 2003)
The Scotsman calls for an end to the daily soap opera that endangers the monarchy. (October 25, 2003)
Patrick Jephson tries to draw some lessons from Burrell's treachery. (October 26, 2003)
Rosa Monckton explains why A Royal Duty is inappropriately named. (October 26, 2003)
The Daily Telegraph is sick of the royal family's self-serving servants. (October 27, 2003)
Bernard Lewis and R. James Woolsey present the case for the restoration of Iraq's constitutional monarchy. (October 29, 2003)
Taki recalls an evening with Princess Diana. (November 1, 2003)
W F Deedes urges the media to leave Princes William and Harry alone. (November 3, 2003)
Sir Stephen Lamport defends the honor and praises the contributions of his former employer Prince Charles. (November 8, 2003)
Tom Utley dissents from Clarence House's risky strategy. (November 8, 2003)
Andrew Roberts deplores the media's low behavior and urges Prince Charles to sue. (November 9, 2003)
The Daily Telegraph denounces those who have betrayed Prince Charles's trust. (November 11, 2003)
Roger Scruton condemns the "collective treason" of those who delight in embarrassing the Prince of Wales. (November 15, 2003)
Taki remembers his father-in-law, Prince Peter von Schoenburg-Hartenstein (1915-2003). (November 15 / December 1, 2003)
Patrick Jephson reminds the Prince of Wales's advisers of their employer's motto. (November 16, 2003)
W F Deedes wonders why Americans seem to understand the value of the British monarchy better than some Britons. (November 17, 2003)
Magnus Linklater is not impressed with the tabloids' demands. (November 23, 2003)
Hans-Hermann Hoppe informs his fellow Germans that replacing the Kaiser with a President is not progress. (December 5, 2003)
Jørn K. Baltzersen explains why we are awaiting The Return of the King, not the President. (December 8, 2003)
Amir K. Sheibany analyzes the irrationality of Iranian anti-monarchists. (December 18, 2003)
Amir K. Sheibany deplores the knee-jerk anti-royalism of Iranian leftists. (December 22, 2003)
The Daily Telegraph praises the Queen's Christmas message. (December 26, 2003)