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Religion, State & Society
Vols. 30 - 34 (2002 - 2006)

 



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. 30 | 31 | 32 | 33 | 34

Volume 30 (2002)

30.1
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 30.1 (2002): 5-6.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource John Anderson, "The Treatment of Religious Minorities in South-Eastern Europe: Greece and Bulgaria Compared," Religion, State & Society 30.1 (2002): 9-31.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Andrew Evans, "Forced Miracles: The Russian Orthodox Church and Postsoviet International Relations," Religion, State & Society 30.1 (2002): 33-43.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Alex J. Bellamy, "The Catholic Church and Croatia's Two Transitions," Religion, State & Society 30.1 (2002): 45-61.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Nadezhda Bektimirova, "The Religious Situation in Cambodia in the 1990s," Religion, State & Society 30.1 (2002): 63-72.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Nadezhda Bektimirova, "The Religious Situation in Cambodia in the 1990s," Religion, State & Society 30.1 (2002): 63-79.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
30.2
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 30.2 (2002): 85-86.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Igor' Rotar', "Under the Green Banner: Islamic Radicals in Russia and the Former Soviet Union," Religion, State & Society 30.2 (2002): 89-153.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "The Encyclopedia of Religious Life in Russia Today: A Landmark Research Project," Religion, State & Society 30.2 (2002): 155-160.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
30.3
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 30.3 (2002): 165-166.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Branko Bjelajac, "Protestantism in Serbia," Religion, State & Society 30.3 (2002): 169-218.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Joachim Willems, "Russian German Lutheran 'Brotherhoods' in the Soviet Union and in the CIS: Comments on their Confessional Identity and on their Position in ELCROS," Religion, State & Society 30.3 (2002): 219-228.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Hans Hermann Dirksen, "Jehovah's Witnesses under Communist Regimes," Religion, State & Society 30.3 (2002): 229-238.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Michael Ochs, "Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses in Georgia Today," Religion, State & Society 30.3 (2002): 239-276.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Yana Afanasenko & Matvei Pismanik, "'Tserkov' - Sem'ya Detei Bozhiikh : An Indigenous Russian Neoreligious Phenomenon," Religion, State & Society 30.3 (2002): 277-289.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 30.3 (2002): 291-293.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
30.4
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 301-302.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Frans Hoppenbrouwers, "Winds of Change: Religious Nationalism in a Transformation Context," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 305-316.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sophia Senyk, "The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Today: Universal Values versus Nationalist Doctrines," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 317-332.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Aleksandr Verkhovsky, "The Role of the Russian Orthodox Church in Nationalist, Xenophobic and Antiwestern Tendencies in Russia Today: Not Nationalism, but Fundamentalism," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 333-345.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Matthew Raphael Raphael Johnson, "Nation, State and the Incarnation in the Political Writings of Vladimir Solov'yev: The Transfiguration of Politics," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 347-355View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute].
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Notes on Autocephaly and Phyletism," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 357-364.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 3: Under The Second Union of Democratic Forces Government, 1997-2001," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 365-394.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Lev Morev, "Religion in Laos Today," Religion, State & Society 30.4 (2002): 395-407.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 31 (2003)

31.1
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 31.1 (2003): 3-4.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource ÉLisabeth Allès, Lela Chérif-Chebbi & Constance-Hélène Halfon, "Chinese Islam: Unity and Fragmentation," Religion, State & Society 31.1 (2003): 7-35.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Alexei D. Krindatch, "Religion in Postsoviet Ukraine as a Factor in Regional, Ethno-Cultural and Political Diversity," Religion, State & Society 31.1 (2003): 37-73.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Irina Osipova, "The Case of the Kiev Apostolic Orthodox Church," Religion, State & Society 31.1 (2003): 75-87.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
31.2  
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"Editorial," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 91-93.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Shirin Akiner, "The Politicisation of Islam in Postsoviet Central Asia," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 97-122.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Roman Podoprigora, "Religious Freedom and Human Rights in Kazakhstan," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 123-132.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Daniyar Ashymov, "The Religious Faith of the Kyrgyz," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 133-138.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Galina Yemelianova, "Russia's Umma and its Muftis," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 139-150.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Bayram Balci, "Fethullah Gülen's Missionary Schools in Central Asia and their Role in the Spreading of Turkism and Islam," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 151-177.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Amr G.E. Sabet, "The Islamic Paradigm of Nations: Toward a Neoclassical Approach," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 179-202.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Abd Al-Hakeem Carney, "The Desacralisation of Power in Islam," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 203-219.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 31.2 (2003): 221-224.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
31.3  
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"Editorial," Religion, State & Society 31.3 (2003): 227-230.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Mitja Velikonja, "Slovenian and Polish Religio-National Mythologies: A Comparative Analysis," Religion, State & Society 31.3 (2003): 233-260.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Daniel P. Payne, "The Clash of Civilisations: The Church of Greece, the European Union and the Question of Human Rights," Religion, State & Society 31.3 (2003): 261-271.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Catherine Wanner, "Advocating New Moralities: Conversion to Evangelicalism in Ukraine," Religion, State & Society 31.3 (2003): 273-287.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Serge Keleher, "Response to Sophia Senyk, 'The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Today: Universal Values versus Nationalist Doctrines'," Religion, State & Society 31.3 (2003): 289-306.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 31.3 (2003): 307-315.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
31.4  
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"Editorial," Religion, State & Society 31.4 (2003): 323-324.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Alexander Agadjanian, "Breakthrough to Modernity, Apologia for Traditionalism: the Russian Orthodox View of Society and Culture in Comparative Perspective," Religion, State & Society 31.4 (2003): 327-346.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Hamza Atesş, "Towards a Distinctive Model? Reconciling the Views of Contemporary Muslim Thinkers on an Ideal State for Muslim Societies," Religion, State & Society 31.4 (2003): 347-366.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov & Aleksandra Stepina, "Lutheranism in Russia: Amidst Protestantism, Orthodoxy and Catholicism," Religion, State & Society 31.4 (2003): 367-384.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Joseph Baron, "Response to Filatov and Stepina on Lutheranism in Russia," Religion, State & Society 31.4 (2003): 385-390.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 32 (2004)

32.1  
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 32.1 (2004): 3-4.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Martin Slobodník, "Destruction and revival: the fate of the Tibetan Buddhist monastery Labrang in the People's Republic of China," Religion, State & Society 32.1 (2004): 7-19.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Lap-yan Kung, "Politics and religions in Hong Kong after 1997: whether tension or equilibrium is needed," Religion, State & Society 32.1 (2004): 21-36.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Frans Hoppenbrouwers, "The principal victim: Catholic antisemitism and the holocaust in Central Europe," Religion, State & Society 32.1 (2004): 37-51.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Helene J. Sinnreich, "Reading the writing on the wall: a textual analysis of Łódź graffiti," Religion, State & Society 32.1 (2004): 53-58.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Walter Comins-richmond, "Legal pluralism in the Northwest Caucasus: the role of Sharia courts," Religion, State & Society 32.1 (2004): 59-73.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book review," Religion, State & Society 32.1 (2004): 75-76.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
32.2  
On-line Resource Zoe Knox, "Postsoviet challenges to the Moscow patriarchate, 1991-2001," Religion, State & Society 32.2 (2004): 87-113.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Alexey D. Krindatch, "Patterns of religious change in postsoviet Russia: major trends from 1998 to 2003," Religion, State & Society 32.2 (2004): 115-136. View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Christopher Marsh & Paul Froese, "The state of freedom in Russia: a regional analysis of freedom of religion, media and markets," Religion, State & Society 32.2 (2004): 137-149.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergej Flere, "Slovenia: at a distance from a perfect religious market," Religion, State & Society 32.2 (2004): 151-157.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Cristian G. Romocea, "Reconciliation in the ethnic conflict in Transylvania: theological, political and social aspects," Religion, State & Society 32.2 (2004): 159-176.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Jason Tsz-shun lam, "The emergence of scholars studying christianity in mainland China," Religion, State & Society 32.2 (2004): 177-186.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book reviews," 187-191.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "New Books in the Library of Keston Institute," Religion, State & Society 32.2 (2004): 193.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
32.3  
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 32.3 (2004): 203-205.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Janice Broun, "The Bulgarian Orthodox Church: the continuing schism and the religious, social and political environment," Religion, State & Society 32.3 (2004): 209-245.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Gerd Stricker, "Lutheranism in Russia and the Soviet Union: another response to Filatov and Stepina," Religion, State & Society 32.3 (2004): 247-260.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Natalia Shlikhta, "‘Greek Catholic’-‘Orthodox’-‘Soviet’: a symbiosis or a conflict of identitites?" Religion, State & Society 32.3 (2004): 261-273.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Silviu E. Rogobete, "Morality and tradition in postcommunist Orthodox lands: on the universality of human rights, with special reference to Romania," Religion, State & Society 32.3 (2004): 275-297.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Wil Van Den Bercken, "Theological education for laypeople in Russia, Belarus' and Ukraine: a survey of Orthodox and Catholic Institutions," Religion, State & Society 32.3 (2004): 299-311.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "New books in the library of Keston Institute," Religion, State & Society 32.3 (2004): 313.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
32.4  
On-line Resource "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 32.4 (2004): 323-324.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Tatjana Rakar Researcher and a PhD student, "The development of denominational educational institutions in Slovenia," Religion, State & Society 32.4 (2004): 327-340.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Bojan Aleksov Humboldt Research Fellow, doctorate, "Religious education in Serbia," Religion, State & Society 32.4 (2004): 341-363.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Barbara Potrata, "New Age, socialism and other millenarianisms: affirming and struggling with (post)socialism," Religion, State & Society 32.4 (2004): 365-379.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book review," Religion, State & Society 32.4 (2004): 381-383.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "New Books fromm the Keston Institute," Religion, State & Society 32.4 (2004): 384.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 33 (2005)

33.1  
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 33.1 (2005): 1.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Douglas Rogers, "Introductory Essay: The Anthropology of Religion after Socialism," Religion, State & Society 33.1 (2005): 5-18.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Melissa L Caldwell, "A New Role for Religion in Russia's New Consumer Age: the Case of Moscow," Religion, State & Society 33.1 (2005): 19-34.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sonja Luehrmann, "Recycling Cultural Construction: Desecularisation in Postsoviet Mari El," Religion, State & Society 33.1 (2005): 35-56.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer, "Whose Steeple is Higher? Religious Competition in Siberia," Religion, State & Society 33.1 (2005): 57-69.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Russell Zanca, "Believing in God at Your Own Risk: Religion and Terrorisms in Uzbekistan," Religion, State & Society 33.1 (2005): 71-82.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
33.2  
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 33.2 (2005): 83-84.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Kim-Kwong Chan, "Religion in China in the Twenty-first Century: Some Scenarios," Religion, State & Society 33.2 (2005): 87-119.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Susan McCarthy, "If Allah Wills It: Integration, Isolation and Muslim Authenticity in Yunnan Province in China," Religion, State & Society 33.2 (2005): 121-136.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Emmanuel Karagiannis, "Political Islam and Social Movement Theory: The Case of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Kyrgyzstan," Religion, State & Society 33.2 (2005): 137-150.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource John D Basil, "Church-State Relations in Russia: Orthodoxy and Federation Law, 1990-2004," Religion, State & Society 33.2 (2005): 151-164.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Stanislaw Burdziej, "Religion and Politics: Religious Values in the Polish Public Square since 1989," Religion, State & Society 33.2 (2005): 165-174.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 33.2 (2005): 175-180.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
33.3  
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 33.3 (2005): 181-182.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Andrij Yurash, "Orthodox-Greek Catholic Relations in Galicia and their Influence on the Religious Situation in Ukraine," Religion, State & Society 33.3 (2005): 185-205.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Perry L Glanzer, "Postsoviet Moral Education in Russia's State Schools: God, Country and Controversy," Religion, State & Society 33.3 (2005): 207-221.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Pauline W Schrooyen, "The Call for ‘Christian Politics’ in the Publitsistika of Vladimir Solov'yev: The Examples of the Question of Church Union and the National Question," Religion, State & Society 33.3 (2005): 223-238.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Katrien Hertog, "A Self-fulfilling Prophecy: The Seeds of Islamic Radicalisation in Chechnya," Religion, State & Society 33.3 (2005): 239-252.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Alima Bissenova, "Central Asian Encounters in the Middle East: Nationalism, Islam and Postcoloniality in Al-Azhar," Religion, State & Society 33.3 (2005): 253-263.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
33.4  
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 265-270.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Angela Ilić, "On the road towards religious pluralism? Church and state in Serbia," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 273-313.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Peter Petkoff, "Church-state relations under the Bulgarian denominations act 2002: Religious pluralism and established church and the impact of other models of law on religion," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 315-337.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Hakan Olgun, "Religion-state relations in Turkey, the prospect of European union membership and the Lutheran doctrine of the ‘two kingdoms’," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 339-346.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Lavinia Stan & Lucian Turcescu, "Pulpits, ballots and party cards: Religion and elections in Romania," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 347-366.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Andrij Yurash, "Orthodoxy and the 2004 Ukrainian presidential electoral campaign," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 367-386.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book reviews," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 387-390.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "New Books from the Keston Institute," Religion, State & Society 33.4 (2005): 391-392.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

Volume 34 (2006)

34.1  
On-line Resource Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 34.1 (2006): 1-4.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Jovan Byford, "Distinguishing ‘Anti-Judaism’ from ‘Antisemitism’: Recent Championing of Serbian Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović," Religion, State & Society 34.1 (2006): 7-31.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Sergei Filatov & Roman Lunkin, "Statistics on Religion in Russia: The Reality behind the Figures," Religion, State & Society 34.1 (2006): 33-49.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Ann Shukman, "Metropolitan Sergi Stragorodsky: The case of the representative individual," Religion, State & Society 34.1 (2006): 51-61.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Arūnas Streikus, "Lithuanian Catholic clergy and the KGB," Religion, State & Society 34.1 (2006): 63-70.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Religion, State & Society 34.1 (2006): 71-83.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
34.2  
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 34.2 (2006): 85.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Johannes S. Wrobel, "Jehovah's Witnesses in National Socialist concentration camps, 1933 - 45," Religion, State & Society 34.2 (2006): 89-125.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Hans-Hermann Dirksen, "All over the world Jehovah's Witnesses are the touchstone for the existence of true democracy’: Persecution of a religious minority in the German Democratic Republic," Religion, State & Society 34.2 (2006): 127-143.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Mike Dennis, "Surviving the Stasi: Jehovah's Witnesses in Communist East Germany, 1965 to 1989," Religion, State & Society 34.2 (2006): 145-168.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Johannes S. Wrobel, "Jehovah's Witnesses in Germany: Prisoners during the Communist Era," Religion, State & Society 34.2 (2006): 169-190.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Annegret Dirksen, "Children of Jehovah's Witnesses under Two Dictatorships," Religion, State & Society 34.2 (2006): 191-210.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
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Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 34.3 (2006): 211-212.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

On-line Resource Francine Banner, "Uncivil wars: ‘Suicide bomber identity’ as a product of Russo-Chechen conflict," Religion, State & Society 34.3 (2006): 215-253.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Olessia Vovina, "Islam and the creation of sacred space: The Mishar Tatars in Chuvashia," Religion, State & Society 34.3 (2006): 255-269.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Esther Peperkamp, "There can be no vacation from God’: Children's retreats, leisure and social change in Poland," Religion, State & Society 34.3 (2006): 271-286.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Joachim Willems, "The religio-political strategies of the Russian Orthodox Church as a ‘politics of discourse’," Religion, State & Society 34.3 (2006): 287-298.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
On-line Resource Evert van der Zweerde, "Book Review," Religion, State & Society 34.3 (2006): 299-301.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
34.4  
Article in Journal or Book Philip Walters, "Editorial," Religion, State & Society 34.4 (2006): 303-307.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
Article in Journal or Book Vjekoslav Perica, "The most Catholic country in Europe? church, state, and society in contemporary Croatia," Religion, State & Society 34.4 (2006): 311-346.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
Article in Journal or Book Fuk-Tsang Ying, "New wine in old wineskins: An appraisal of religious legislation in China and the regulations on religious affairs of 2005," Religion, State & Society 34.4 (2006): 347-373.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]
Article in Journal or Book Lap-Yan Kung, "National identity and ethno-religious identity: A critical inquiry into Chinese religious policy, with reference to the Uighurs in Xinjiang," Religion, State & Society 34.4 (2006): 375-391.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the Keston Institute]

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