Vol. 6 Nbr. 2, January 2006
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- Religion and politics.
- A Christian or a laic Europe? Moving beyond a false dichotomy.
- Some reflections on religion and multiculturalism in Romania: towards a reappraisal of the grammar of traditions.
- Church--state relations in post-communist Romania. Real deprivatization or the way back to Byzantine Symphonia?
- Charity or tolerance? Debating moralities in the educational system of contemporary Serbia.
- Secularism in republic of Moldova--politics of religion or religious politics: where do we draw the boundaries?
- The consent of state and the blessing of church: a case study on the new Bulgarian denominations act (1).
- The chance for civil society in central Asia or the role of Islamic movements in shaping political modernity.
- Brusselian as newspeak. The EU's public discourse on enlargement and the constitutional treaty *.
- Byzantine ecclesiology in a new member state of the European Union: The Romanian case.