Soviet and Buddhist: religious diplomacy, dissidence, and the Atheist State, 1945-1991

The article offers information Soviet Buryatia that symbolized the failure of Soviet efforts to remove religion. It mentions that the return of Buddhism to the public life of the USSR after the antireligious campaign of 1928-1940 has not been initiated by the Perestroika and Glastnost campaigns. It...

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Published in:The journal of religion
Main Author: Sablin, Ivan
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: [2019]
In:The journal of religion
Year: 2019, Volume: 99, Issue: 1, Pages: 37-58
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Soviet Union / Atheism / Buddhism / History 1945-1991
Further subjects:B Buddhism
B Law
B Religion
B Advertising campaigns
B Soviet Union
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Summary:The article offers information Soviet Buryatia that symbolized the failure of Soviet efforts to remove religion. It mentions that the return of Buddhism to the public life of the USSR after the antireligious campaign of 1928-1940 has not been initiated by the Perestroika and Glastnost campaigns. It mentions that Buddhism had never been officially outlawed in the USSR.
ISSN:1549-6538
Contains:Enthalten in: The journal of religion
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1086/700324