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Diritto e Religione nelle Società Multiculturali/ Law and Religion in Multicultural Societies/ Derecho y Religión en las Sociedades Multiculturales/ Droit et Religion dans les Sociétés Multiculturelles/ Recht und Religion in Multikulturellen Gesellschaften/ 多元化社会中的法与宗教 / القانون والدين في المجتمعات متعددة الثقافات

by Giovanni Codevilla* 1. Premise To analyse Kirill’s position on the war unleashed by Putin against Ukraine, it is necessary to recall some of the stages that mark the evolution of the relationship between religious and civil power in the history of Russia. The original principle of the harmony of the two powers, enunciated in …

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by Luigi Sandri*     For three years there have been two Orthodox Churches in the country: the Ukrainian Orthodox Autocephalous Church (UOAC), linked to the patriarchate of Constantinople led by Bartholomew, and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC), linked to Moscow. The Russian patriarchate, led by Kirill, was absolutely opposed to the creation of the former and, …

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by Giancarlo Anello* Contemporary international law is the law in force today, which began in the aftermath of the Second World War, most notably with the adoption of the UN Charter as the outcome of the S. Francisco Conference on June, 26th 1945. In the Charter, religion is mentioned as a reason of possible discrimination …

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by Vincenzo Pacillo* 1686 and 2018: keep in mind these dates if you want to fully understand why “the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is firmly linked to religious reasons” – as Lucian N. Leustean had it. As to1686: in this year the synodal letter of the patriarch Dionysius IV of Constantinople gave the Moscow …

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Priests of Lviv eparchy of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Moscow patriarchate public an open letter with the demand to call for Archieparchial Sobor (Council) of the UOChurch to declare the full independence from Moscow. This letter signed by Metropolitan Filaret was public on the Facebook page of the Lviv eparchy of the UOC-MP. “Office of the …

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di Antonello De Oto* Kiev assediata e accerchiata. Bombardata a ritmo continuo con missili e aerei. Sebbene militarmente inferiore l’Ucraina resiste. Perché la libertà è un bene preziosissimo. E la libertà religiosa ne è una grande parte. Perché meglio morire combattendo che perire lentamente ogni giorno sotto il giogo dell’occupante. Le donne ucraine cantano nei …

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di Pierluigi Consorti* La decisione di ricorrere all’uso della forza armata per gestire un conflitto è sempre il frutto di pensieri violenti che si traducono in azioni violente. Quando anche una sola parte implicata in un conflitto decide di ricorrere alla forza armata, trascina le altre nella spirale della violenza armata coinvolgendo pure quelli che …

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