Xenia Dennen addresses another important human rights issue in modern day Russia, is there genuine religious freedom?
Xenia is the chairman of the Keston Institute, a 'voice for the voiceless' that chronicled and combated the persecution of religion in the USSR. She is a highly respected writer, a renowned expert on Russia and is on the livery of the Mercers' Company.
This extract is taken from her lecture 'The KGB's Bete Noire' which can be viewed in full at the below link:
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