In a recently published article in World Politics, Faculty Fellow Karrie Koesel explores the interaction of state and religious actors in Russia and China.

“The data demonstrate that subnational governments and diverse religious actors often forge innovative partnerships to govern more efficiently, gain access to resources, and safeguard their survival,” she writes.

Koesel, Karrie, “Religion and the Regime: Cooperation and Conflict in Contemporary Russia and China,” World Politics 69, 4 (2017)


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