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Orthodoxy and Islam in the Balkans : Conflict or Cooperation ? (Orthodoxie)

samedi 6 décembre 2008 par Paul Mojzes
Relationships between Orthodoxy and Islam have been largely determined by the experience of the centuries-long subjugation of the Balkans to the Ottoman Turkish Empire, which made it difficult to weaken ethno-religious identification. > suite

The Partnership between Islam and Orthodox Christianity in Central Asia (Orthodoxie)

samedi 6 décembre 2008 par Sbastien Peyrouse
This article examines the motives behind the partnership between Islam and Orthodox Christianity in postsoviet Central Asia. In fact, since the 1990s there has been a notable development in strategies of alliance between Orthodox and Muslim hierarchies, strategies that aim at reducing religious (...) > suite

Religious Intolerance among Orthodox Christians and Muslims in Russia (Orthodoxie)

samedi 6 décembre 2008 par Vyacheslav Karpov ; Elena Lisovskaya
Religious intolerance (the unwillingness to grant religious liberties to other faiths) among Russia’s Orthodox Christians and Muslims is widespread, as our 2005 national survey data (2972 interviews) show. The intolerance is strongest among the Orthodox in the largely non-Muslim areas of Russia (...) > suite

Coexistence or Confrontation ?

The Politics of Interaction between Orthodoxy and Islam in Putin’s Russia : Culture, Institutions and Leadership (Orthodoxie)

samedi 6 décembre 2008 par James W. Warhola
The interaction between Orthodoxy and Islam during the years of the Putin presidency was complex, dynamic and fraught with potential for conflict. Indeed a number of political, demographic and economic factors created conditions that were particularly hospitable for the eruption of (...) > suite

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