After decades of collaboration with the communist regime, leaders of the Romanian Orthodox Church are increasingly tempted to appeal to nationalism to restore their prestige. At the same time, the political establishment wants to make use of the church’s traditional influence by DAN IONESCU THE UPRISING THAT TOPPLED ROMANIA’S communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu on 22 […]

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