The book exposes the role of the Patriarchate of Moscow in the Kremlin foreign policy and ROC activities towards Georgia's occupied territories: Abkhazia and Tskhinvali Region (South Ossetia). ROC as an institute is increasingly becoming an obedient weapon of the Russian concept of “Soft Power” that in the hands of the current political leaders of RF is taking on growing dimensions and dangerous forms.
Tengiz Pkhaladze - Georgian expert on foreign policy and security issues. Former advisor-foreign relations secretary to the 4th President of Georgia (2014-2018). Guest professor of Georgian Institute of Public Affairs and University of Georgia. Editor and co-author a number of books about Russia’s foreign policy towards neighboring countries.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Russia, Kremlin, Russian orthodox church, Russia-Georgia
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General