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Religion, State & Society
Vols. 25 - 29 (1997 - 2001)

 



Religion, State and Society is a continuation of Religion in Communist Lands. Subscription information can be found here. This material is reproduced on this website by permission of the Trustees of the Keston Institute.

Vols. 20 - 24 (1992-1996)
Vols. 25 - 29 (1997-2001)
Vols. 30 - 34 (2002-2006)
Vols. 35 - 39 (2007-2011)
 
Vol. 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29

Volume 25 (1997)

25.1
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 5-8.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource René Rémond, "The Christian churches in Europe 1918-1996," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 11-16.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Michael Sutton, "John Paul II's idea of Europe," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 17-29.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Barney Milligan, "Europe—any dream will do?" Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 31-36.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Walter H. Capps, "The dialogue with the ‘New Europe’: A two-way street," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 37-40.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Heino Falcke, "Repress, retaliate or reconcile? How to come to terms with the truth," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 41-50.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Laurens Hogebrink, "A reappraisal of the recent past in the West," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 51-59.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Lukas Vischer, "The world council of churches and the churches in Eastern Europe during the time of the communist regimes: A first attempt at an assessment," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 61-68.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Gerhard Linn, "The world council of churches and the churches in Eastern Europe," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 69-72.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Zoltán Balog, "The ecumenical movement and its relations with ‘Eastern Europe’: A Hungarian perspective," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 73-78.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Ludwig Mehlhorn, "Convergence—widening—deepening: ‘Maastricht if and ‘basel if: The timetable for European union and the role of the churches," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 79-82.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Laurens Hogebrink, "The discovery of Europe," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 83-87.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Jonathan Luxmoore, "Eastern Europe 1996: A review of religious life in Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech republic and Poland," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 89-101.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Yuli Shreider, "Book review," Religion, State & Society 25.1 (1997): 103-106View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
25.2
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 119-121.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Serge Keleher, "Orthodox rivalry in the twentieth century: Moscow versus Constantinople," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 125-137.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Dimitry Pospielovsky, "The ‘best years’ of Stalin's church policy (1942-1948) in the light of archival documents," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 139-162.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Kathleen E. Smith, "An old cathedral for a New Russia: The symbolic politics of the reconstituted church of Christ the Saviour," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 163-175.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov & Aleksandr Shchipkov, "Udmurtia: Orthodoxy, paganism, authority," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 177-183.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Aleksandr Shchipkov, "Orthodoxy in Karelia," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 185-187.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Veniamin Novik, "Democracy: A question of self-limitation," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 189-198.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Aristarkh, "Response to Mikhail Roshchin, ‘old belief and work'," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 199-200.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Xuchu Xu, "To register or not to register? Unregistered Christians in china under increasing pressure," Religion, State & Society 25.2 (1997): 201-209.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
25.3
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 25.3 (1997): 215-216.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Amvrosi Von Sievers, "Endurance: Reminiscences of the True Orthodox Church," Religion, State & Society 25.3 (1997): 219-234.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Stephen White & Ian McAllister, "The politics of religion in Postcommunist Russia," Religion, State & Society 25.3 (1997): 235-252.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Edwin Bacon, "The Church and politics in Russia: A case study of the 1996 presidential election," Religion, State & Society 25.3 (1997): 253-265.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov, "Religion, power and nationhood in Sovereign Bashkortostan," Religion, State & Society 25.3 (1997): 267-280.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Timothy A. Byrnes, "Church and nation in the Slovak republic," Religion, State & Society 25.3 (1997): 281-292.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
25.4
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 25.4 (1997): 303-304.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Kent R. Hill, "Christian mission, proselytism and religious liberty: A protestant appeal for Christian tolerance and unity," Religion, State & Society 25.4 (1997): 307-332.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Mark Elliott & Sharyl Corrado, "The protestant missionary presence in the former Soviet Union," Religion, State & Society 25.4 (1997): 333-351.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource David S. Foglesong, "Redeeming Russia? American missionaries and tsarist Russia, 1886-1917," Religion, State & Society 25.4 (1997): 353-368.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Vyacheslav Maiyer, "Russian Orthodox missions to the east," Religion, State & Society 25.4 (1997): 369-379.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource David N. Collins, "Culture, Christianity and the Northern peoples of Canada and Siberia," Religion, State & Society 25.4 (1997): 381-392.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Taras Kuzio, "In search of unity and autocephaly: Ukraine's Orthodox Churches," Religion, State & Society 25.4 (1997): 393-415.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 26 (1998)

26.1
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 5-7.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Paul Marshall & Nina Shea, "China's persecuted churches," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 11-15.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Beatrice Leung, "Church-state relations in the decolonisation period: Hong Kong and Macau," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 17-30.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Lev Morev, "Religion, state and society in contemporary Laos," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 31-38.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Aziz Niyazi, "Islam in Tajikistan: Tradition and modernity," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 39-50.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Victor Conzemius, "Protestants and Catholics in the German democratic republic, 1945-90: A comparison," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 51-59.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Roman Dzwonkowski, "The fate of the catholic clergy in the USSR, 1917-39," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 61-68.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Michael Lowe & Stephen Plant, "Book reviews," Religion, State & Society 26.1 (1998): 69-72.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
26.2  
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 77-80.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Erich Bryner, "Stumbling-blocks to Ecumenism," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 83-88.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Anton Houtepen, "Evangelisation and ecumenism: Contradiction or challenge?" Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 89-100.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Flavius Solomon, "Between Europe and Tradition: Church and Society in Orthodox Eastern Europe," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 101-110.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Basilius J. Groen, "Nationalism and reconciliation: Orthodoxy in the Balkans," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 111-128.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Vladimir Fedorov, "Barriers to ecumenism: An orthodox view from Russia," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 129-143.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Gerd Stricker, "Stumbling-blocks between orthodoxy and protestant ecumenism," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 145-153.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Gerd Stricker, "Fear of proselytism: The Russian orthodox church sets itself against Catholicism," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 155-165.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Michel Van Parys, "Reconciliation through aid: The catholic presence in orthodox countries," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 167-171.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Anne Herbst, "Stumbling-blocks to ecumenism in the Balkans," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 173-180.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Gary D. Bouma, "The New Europe and church-state relations: The case of the Euro-Anglicans," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 181-190.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Yuli Shreider, "The ethics of mutual understanding," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 191-196.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Veniamin Novik, "Social doctrine: Will the Russian orthodox church take a daring step?" Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 197-203.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Dimitry Pospielovsky, "Book reviews," Religion, State & Society 26.2 (1998): 205-207.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
26.3-4  
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 213-214.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sidonie F. Winter, "Quo Vadis? The Roman Catholic Church in the Czech republic," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 217-233.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Christopher Hann, "Religion, trade and trust in South-East Poland," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 235-249.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource J. Eugene Clay, "Apocalypticism in the Russian borderlands: Inochentie Levizor and his Moldovan followers," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 251-263.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov, "Tatarstan: At the crossroads of Islam and orthodoxy," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 265-277.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Stephen Plant, "Nationhood and roots: Dostoyevsky and Weil on national culture and Europe," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 279-289.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Felix Corley, "The Armenian Church under the Soviet and independent regimes, part 3: The leadership of Vazgen," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 291-355.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Dimitry Pospielovsky, "The Russian Church since 1917 through the eyes of Post-Soviet Russian historians," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 357-366.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource William van den Bercken & Philip Boobbyer, "Book reviews," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 367-369.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Obituary," Religion, State & Society 26.3-4 (1998): 371-373.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 27 (1999)

27.1  
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 5-7.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Rowan Williams, "Being a People: Reflections on the Concept of the 'Laity'," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 11-21.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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Evert Van Der Zweerde, "'Civil Society' and 'Orthodox Christianity' in Russia: A Double Test-Case," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 23-45.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Stacey Burlet & Helen Reid, "The Social and Political Implications of Lay Activism: A Case Study of Christian Social Action in Leeds," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 47-57.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Aleksandr Filonenko, "The Russian Orthodox Church in Twentieth-Century Britain: Laity and 'Openness to the World'," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 59-71.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Elizabeth Templeton, "Religious Education in a Secular Pluralist Culture," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 73-81.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Arthur C. Repp, "N. N. Glubokovsky: Lay Theologian and Educator," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 83-92.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Jonathan Sutton, "The Lay Witness of Ursula Fleming (1930-1992)," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 93-99.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Grigori Benevich, "Mother Mariya (Skobtsova): A Model of Lay Service," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 101-108.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Mark Elliott & Sharyl Corrado, "The 1997 Russian Law on Religion: The Impact on Protestants," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 109-134.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book reviews," Religion, State & Society 27.1 (1999): 135-152.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
27.2  
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 157-158.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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Frans Hoppenbrouwers, "Romancing Freedom: Church and Society in the Baltic States since the End of Communism," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 161-173.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Mara Zviedre, "Life Stories of Latvian Lutheran Pastors," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 175-200.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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Nikandrs Gills & Solveiga Krumin, "The Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church on the Threshold of the Year 2000," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 201-210.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource David Durston, "In Latvia, in Salisbury: On the Way to Faith in Christ," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 211-222.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Valdis Teraudkalns, "Latvian Baptist Traditions in Transition." Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 223-232.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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Ringolds Balodis, "Religious Organisations in the Latvian State: Their Rights and Obligations," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 233-238.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

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Mikko Ketola, "Some Aspects of the Nationality Question in the Lutheran Church of Estonia, 1918-39," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 239-243.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Lubos Belka, "Buddhism in Estonia," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 245-248.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Review," Religion, State & Society 27.2 (1999): 249-250.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
27.3-4  
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 261-262.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Steve Bruce, "Modernisation, Religious Diversity and Rational Choice in Eastern Europe," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 265-275.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource David Herbert, "Christianity, Democratisation and Secularisation in Central and Eastern Europe," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 277-293.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Hartmut Lehmann, "The Suitability of the Tools Provided by Ernst Troeltsch for the Understanding of Twentieth-Century Religion," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 295-300.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Jonathan Luxmoore & Jolanta Babiuch, "The Catholic Church and Communism, 1789-1989," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 301-313.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Paul Richard Blum, "The Catholic Church in Hungary: a Case of Remodernisation?," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 315-326.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource D. Densil Morgan, "Christianity and National Identity in Twentieth-Century Wales," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 237-342.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Dariusz Wojakowski, "Life in Religious Pluralism: the Religious Situation in the Polish-Ukrainian Borderland Area," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 343-354.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Anna Zelkina, "Islam and Security in the New States of Central Asia: How Genuine is the Islamic Threat?" Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 355-372.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Philip Boobbyer, "Religious Experiences of the Soviet Dissidents)," Religion, State & Society 27.3-4 (1999): 373-390.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 28 (2000)

28.1  
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 5.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Michael Bourdeaux, "Religion Revives in all its Variety: Russia's Regions Today," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 9-21.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov & Roman Lunkin, "Traditions of Lay Orthodoxy in the Russian North," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 23-35.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Felix Corley, "Unsuccessful Orthodoxy in Russian Heartlands," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 37-52.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Lyudmila Vorontsova & Sergei Filatov, "Paradoxes of the Old Believer Movement," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 53-67.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov & Lyudmila Vorontsova, "Catholic and Anti-Catholic Traditions in Russia," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 69-84.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Roman Lunkin & Anton Prokof, "Molokans and Dukhobors: Living Sources of Russian Protestantism," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 85-92.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov, "Protestantism in Postsoviet Russia: An Unacknowledged Triumph," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 93-103.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov & Lawrence Uzzell, "Religious Life in Siberia: The Case of Khakasia," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 105-112.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov, "Yakutia (Sakha) Faces a Religious Choice: Shamanism or Christianity," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 113-122.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Roman Lunkin, "Russia's Native Peoples: Their Path to Christianity," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 123-133.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Roman Lunkin & Sergei Filatov, "The Rerikh Movement: A Homegrown Russian ‘New Religious Movement," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 135-148.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Review," Religion, State & Society 28.1 (2000): 149-150.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
28.2  
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 28.2 (2000): 157-160.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Barbara Thériault, "The Catholic Church in Eastern Germany: Strategies and Rhetoric of a Changing Minority," Religion, State & Society 28.2 (2000): 163-173.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Konrad Sadkowski, "The Roman Catholic Clergy, the Byzantine Slavonic Rite and Polish National Identity: The Case of Grabowiec, 1931-34," Religion, State & Society 28.2 (2000): 175-184.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Beatrice Leung, "Catholic Bridging Efforts with China," Religion, State & Society 28.2 (2000): 185-195.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Chih-Yu Shih, "Between the Mosque and the State: The Identity Strategies of the Litong Muslims," Religion, State & Society 28.2 (2000): 197-211.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 28.2 (2000): 213-220.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
28.3  
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 28.3 (2000): 229-230.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Ina Merdjanova, "In Search of Identity: Nationalism and Religion in Eastern Europe," Religion, State & Society 28.3 (2000): 233-262.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Janice Broun, "The Schism in the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, Part 2: Under the Socialist Government, 1993-97," Religion, State & Society 28.3 (2000): 263-289.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Anton Stres, "The Church in a Democratic State after the Model of Slovenia," Religion, State & Society 28.3 (2000): 291-299.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Review," Religion, State & Society 28.3 (2000): 301-302.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
28.4  
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 28.4 (2000): 309-310.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Wendy Slater, "A Modern-Day Saint? Metropolitan Ioann and the Postsoviet Russian Orthodox Church," Religion, State & Society 28.4 (2000): 313-325.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Anna Dickinson, "Quantifying Religious Oppression: Russian Orthodox Church Closures and Repression of Priests 1917-41," Religion, State & Society 28.4 (2000): 327-335.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Anna Dickinson, "A Marriage of Convenience? Domestic and Foreign Policy Reasons for the 1943 Soviet Church‐State 'Concordat'," Religion, State & Society 28.4 (2000): 337-346.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Franklin A. Walker, "'Renegade' Monks and Cultural Conflict in Early Nineteenth-Century Russia: The Cases of I. A. Fessler and J. B. Schad," Religion, State & Society 28.4 (2000): 347-358.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Shun-Hing Chan, "Nationalism and Religious Protest: The Case of the National Day Celebration Service Controversy in the Hong Kong Protestant Churches," Religion, State & Society 28.4 (2000): 359-383.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 28.4 (2000): 385-388.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 29 (2001)

29.1  
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 29.1 (2001): 5-6.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Geraldine Fagan, "Buddhism in Postsoviet Russia: Revival or Degeneration?" Religion, State & Society 29.1 (2001): 9-21.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Religion in Tuva: Restoration or Innovation?" Religion, State & Society 29.1 (2001): 23-38.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Vjekoslav Perica, "Interfaith Dialogue versus Recent Hatred: Serbian Orthodoxy and Croatian Catholicism from the Second Vatican Council to the Yugoslav War, 1965-1992," Religion, State & Society 29.1 (2001): 39-66.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sabrina P. Ramet, "'Religion and the Politics of Identity in Kosovo' by Ger Duijzings," Religion, State & Society 29.1 (2001): 67-68.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 29.2 (2001): 77-78.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Nikolas K. Gvosdev, "Constitutional Doublethink, Managed Pluralism and Freedom of Religion," Religion, State & Society 29.2 (2001): 81-90.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Simon Barnett, "Religious Freedom and the European Convention on Human Rights: The Case of the Baltic States," Religion, State & Society 29.2 (2001): 91-100.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Gerd Stricker, "Lutherans in Russia since 1990," Religion, State & Society 29.2 (2001): 101-113.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Ružica Cacanoska, "The Emergence and Development of Protestantism in Macedonia," Religion, State & Society 29.2 (2001): 115-119.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Tony Lambert, "The Present Religious Policy of the Chinese Communist Party," Religion, State & Society 29.2 (2001): 121-129.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 29.2 (2001): 131-140.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 149-151.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Myroslaw Tataryn, "Russia and Ukraine: Two Models of Religious Liberty and Two Models for Orthodoxy," Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 155-172.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Nikolai Mitrokhin, "Aspects of the Religious Situation in Ukraine," Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 173-196.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Geraldine Fagan & Aleksandr Shchipkov, "'Rome is not our Father, but neither is Moscow our Mother': Will there be a Local Ukrainian Orthodox Church?" Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 197-205.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Geraldine Fagan & Aleksandr Shchipkov, "The Ukrainian Greek Catholics in an Ambiguous Position," Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 207-213.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Gerd Stricker, "On a Delicate Mission: Pope John Paul II in Ukraine," Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 215-225.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Reuel Hanks, "Repression as Reform: Islam in Uzbekistan during the Early Glasnost' Period," Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 227-239.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 29.3 (2001): 241-249.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 29.4 (2001): 261-262.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Ina Merdjanova, "Religious Liberty, New Religious Movements and Traditional Christian Churches in Eastern Europe," Religion, State & Society 29.4 (2001): 265-304.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Jonathan Luxmoore, "Eastern Europe 1997-2000: A Review of Church Life," Religion, State & Society 29.4 (2001): 305-330.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

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