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Church and State in Russia
An Unorthodox Partnership

Saint Seraphim, patron saint of Russian nukes? Dmitry Adamsky’s Russian Nuclear Orthodoxy tells the story of how the Kremlin and Russian Orthodox Church came to embrace one another, and how the relationship continues to shape Russia’s identity and worldview.

Published on: March 10, 2020
Iulia-Sabina Joja is a DAAD post-doc fellow at SAIS/Johns Hopkins University, a senior fellow with the Middle East Institute, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. From 2012 to 2014 she served as an adviser on Transatlantic security to the Romanian President.
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