Alar Kilp is a lecturer in Comparative Politics at the University of Tartu (Estonia) specializing in religion and politics, comparative politics, contested-controversial issues, scholarship of teaching and learning in Political Science. He has co-edited a special issue on ‘Religion, the Russian Nation and the State: Domestic and International Dimensions’ (Religion, State and Society 2013) and published articles in Religion, State and SocietyStudies in Church History and Proceedings of Estonian National Defence College. His recent papers on religious nationalism, European normative power, religion and soft power, religious authority, Euro-secularism and legal regulation of same-sex relations have appeared in volumes published by Brill and Routledge.

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