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Christianity in the Middle East

Marcus Roberts | 04 March 2013

The story of Christianity in the Middle East is more complex that it appears.


A Muslim president of Russia?

Michael Cook | 07 April 2009
For all of its differences with the West, Russia sees itself as a European country. However, the dismaying decline in the Russian birthrate and the life expectancy of Russian males means that the country will become more and more Muslim in the years to come. A detailed survey of the challenges faced by Russia produced by the Finnish Ministry of Defence says that the growing presence of Muslims in Russian society will affect both domestic and foreign policy. 
 
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