With the help of local friends and pro-Kremlin media, the Russian Orthodox Church has launched a propaganda campaign in the Balkans, writes Julia Petrovskaya
Ivan Davydov on the protest in Yekaterinburg and the institutional legitimacy crisis
As the newly formed Orthodox Church of Ukraine moves away from Moscow’s influence, it may in fact spark further Russian meddling among Ukraine’s clergy and parishioners
The Kremlin’s assertive foreign policy has pushed the Russian Orthodox Church into international isolation. Was this intentional?
The Russian Orthodox Church, in spite of its pacifist scriptures, does not oppose war. On the contrary, the ROC has fast become a fountainhead of Russian militarism