RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT POLICY TOWARDS MONGOLIAN AND KAZAKH NATIONS IN LATE XVII-XVIII TH CENTURIES

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The article analyzes the relationships between Russia (later the Russian Empire) and Central Asia countries, in particular with the Kazakh and Mongolian nations in the period of late XVII-XVIII th centuries. The research shows the features of mutual relationships, the purposes and tasks of the Russian policy in this region, and it also reveals the competition for supremacy there between Russia and China ruled by Qing dynasty. The author considers the advantages and drawbacks of the Russian political course developted by Peter I towards the Kazakh and Monogolians. Besides, the article considers the models of the relations between Russia and Central Asia nations, which enable to assess the results of the pursued foreign police of the country in this region.

E V Kabanova

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: janykabanova@gmail.com
Department of Theory and History of International Relations

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