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The article examines the cases of using religion as a "soft power" in the example of Russia and Turkey. Based on foreign policy strategies, each state forms its own discourse in the use of religions as "soft power". The article substantiates the idea that world religions have the greatest potential in solving interstate issues, as carriers of a unique historical experience of spiritual and political globalization, as institutions of spiritual power that accumulate significant material and otherdoi:10.48010/2021.4/1999-5911.15 fatcat:ezrsxn2kerdevinwufreom5eda