Religious Liberty in Transitional Societies: The Politics of Religion

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Index
Akaev, Askar 151–3, 155
Aleksii II, Patriarch 121, 122, 124, 128, 130, 174, 176–8
anti-clericalism 29
Arabaev, Cholponkul 155
Arkhangelsk 129
Armenia 148–50
Armenian Apostolic Church 148–9, 159
Council for Religious Affairs 149, 171
Law on Freedom of Conscience (1991) 149, 171
Bacon, Edwin 184
Baha’is 152, 158
Baptists 140, 152, 155, 158
Bulgaria 102
Russia 129, 133
Basques 28
ETA 28
Belgorod 137
Bellah, Robert 21
Berger, Peter 17
Bierut, Boleslaw 70
Blanco, Admiral Carrero 28, 178
Borschchev, Valerii 124
Brezhnev, Leonid 117, 119
Bruce, Steve 16, 198, 201
Brzezinski, Mark 80
Bulgaria 89–107, 176, 199
Bulgarian Helsinki Committee 106
Bulgarian National Radical Party 102
Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) 90, 95, 97
Constitutional Court 100
Denominations Act (1949) 94, 99, 100
draft laws on religion 97, 105–7
Directorate of Religious Affairs 93, 97, 99, 100, 104
Evangelical Alliance 105
Independent Committee of the Defence of Religious Rights 93
Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organisation (IMRO) 97, 102, 103, 105, 181
King Boris III 91
King Simeon 70
Movement for Rights and Freedoms 93, 95, 107
Penal Code 100
Persons and the Family Act 100, 101
public opinion 2, 90, 97, 194
Sofia 102
Tolerance Foundation 106
Turnovo Constitution (1879) 91, 94
Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) 90
Union for National Rescue 98, 107
Carillo, Santiago 31
Casanova, José 16, 74, 77
Catalonia 28, 41
Chaplin, Fr Vsevolod 181
Christian Scientists 144
Christodoulos, Archbishop 47, 51, 183, 200, 201, 204
church attendance 169–70
church and state
in Denmark 7, 17
in England 6, 8
Church of Christ 155
‘civil religion’ 20–2, 203–4
conscientious objection 58–9, 103–4, 135
constitutional change 145, 146
in Bulgaria 92, 94–5, 99
in Greece 47–51, 53
in Poland 80–4
in Russia 123
in Spain 33, 39
Cossacks 132
Damaskinos, Archbishop 45
Dawisha, Karen 70
De Tocqueville, Alexis 20
democratic transition 2–3, 191–5

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