The recent proliferation of religious denominations and sects not traditional to Russia – and especially of some notoriously controversial cults – is prompting a re-evaluation of the laws on religious freedom by PENNY MORVANT THE RELAXATION OF STATE CONTROLS ON religion in 1988 not only facilitated the activities of the Russian Orthodox Church and other […]

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