Verschlagwortet: Soviet Union

The Russian Orthodox Church and Modernity

By Regina Elsner. Russian Orthodoxy is often suspected to be pre or anti-modern because of its difficulties engaging with a plural and secular society – for example, when relating to democracy, human rights, or gender diversity. After the end of the Soviet Union, the Russian Orthodox Church associated increasingly with the agenda of the political elites in Russia and other successor states of the Soviet Union.

Book Review: Despite Cultures. Early Soviet Rule in Tajikistan

By Jeff Sahadeo, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa Kassymbekova, Botakoz: Despite Cultures. Early Soviet Rule in Tajikistan, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press 2016, ISBN 978-0-8229-6419-3, pp. 296.  This review was first...

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