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Patriarch Kirill, the “Russian World” Myth, and Genocide
Religion and Politics

Patriarch Kirill, the “Russian World” Myth, and Genocide

by Jaroslav Skira | ελληνικά | Română | Русский | Српски Also available in Ukrainian (pdf) Suggestively linking a Russian Orthodox primate, an ideology, and genocide may seem provocative or sensationalist. For me, given the current unjustified Russian war on Ukraine, the connections between them are far from that. In this moment in our common…

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