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Russian Expansion under Catherine the Great 31 The patriarchate had been abolished by Peter the Great and replaced be a secular directorate, the Holy Synod, which administered the Church as a branch of state. In the first year of her reign, Catherine confiscated the property of the Orthodox monasteries. If she could strike with impunity directly at the power of the Church, she certainly did not have to answer to the Church about her attitude toward Georgians and Armenians. Even when the Church had been stronger, it traditionally emphasized the need to protect Russian Orthodoxy from foreign contamination rather than advocating increased contact of any sort with foreign Christendom.
By the second half of the eighteenth century, the westernization of the elite was an accomplished fact, whether it took the form of a superficial appropriation of status symbols or a deeper understanding of the intellectual heritage. Even those who yearned for the restoration of an idealized Muscovite past were themselves schooled in Western ways. Prince Michael Shcherbatov, the foremost reactionary of Catherine's reign, was fluent in French and wrote his first political treatise in that language.
However much she disliked his republicanism, she held views much like his on the matter of Russian trade and expansion in Asia. She also devised her own solution to Iran's problems by advocating Russian tutelage of Iranian vassals and, later, direct rule of at least part of that country. St. Petersburg's knowledge of Iranian affairs from sources other than Enlightenment theorists was limited and often inaccurate. 11 As a voracious reader who took the responsibilities of her office seriously, Catherine made herself better informed about western Asia than many of her advisers were.