CHINESE EMPIRE AND ITS NOTHERNWEST BORDERS IN XVII-XVIII CENTURIES

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The article analyzes the relations between China, Tibet, Mongolia and Zunghar khanate and its diplomatic tools during the end of XVII-XVIII centuries. Author researches the peaceful and violent measures used to achieve foreign policy goals by the Qing Dynasty. The author emphasizes the important role of Buddhism, blood ties and receptions of the emperor as a tool of subjugation of the Mongols and other bordering nations.

E Vladimirovna Kabanova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

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

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