Tatarstan: At the crossroads of Islam and orthodoxy

  title={Tatarstan: At the crossroads of Islam and orthodoxy},
  author={Sergei Filatov},
  journal={Religion, State and Society},
  • S. Filatov
  • Published 1 September 1998
  • History
  • Religion, State and Society
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