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Orthodoxy in Crisis
A New Great Schism

The recent split in the Orthodox Church is a case of church politics following geopolitics—and of the Kremlin reaping what it has sown.

Published on: October 31, 2018
Ekaterina Kuznetsova is a project director at Rosgosstrakh and was an economic adviser at the Bank of Russia until July 2018. She is a political scientist and co-author of The Kremlin Paradox: The Weakness and Impotence of Russia's Rulers (forthcoming, with Edward N. Luttwak). 
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