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Author Noda, Jin, author
Title The Kazakh khanates between the Russian and Qing empires : Central Eurasian international relations during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / by Jin Noda
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2016]
book jacket
 人文社會聯圖  DK908.75.R8 N63 2016    AVAILABLE    30600020096328
 Fu Ssu-Nien WTN LANG BK  DK908.75.R8 N761 2016    AVAILABLE    30530001295336
Descript xx, 350 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Islamic area studies, 2214-6555 ; volume 3
Islamic area studies (Brill) ; v. 3
Note "In The Kazakh Khanates between the Russian and Qing Empires, Jin Noda examines the foreign relations of the Kazakh Chinggisid sultans and the Russian and Qing empires during the 18th and 19th centuries. Noda makes use of both Russian and Qing archival documents as well as local Islamic sources. Through analysis of each party's claims--mainly reflected in the Russian-Qing negotiations regarding Central Eurasia--the book describes the role played by the Kazakh nomads in tying together the three regions of eastern Kazakh steppe, Western Siberia, and Xinjiang"--Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-341) and index
Introduction: The Kazakh khanates' place within the central Eurasian world -- Part 1. The 'Kazakh khanates' and the history of the international relations in Central Asia -- Reexamining the Kazakh khanates' "foreign relations in the East" -- The impact of Russian advances into Central Asia on Kazakh-Russian relations -- Part 2. The foundations of Kazakh-Qing relations -- The problem of Kazakh subjection and the Russian-Qing relationship in Central Asia -- The differing nature of the three Kazakh Juz and the three "Bu" (sections) mentioned in Qing historical sources -- Titles of Kazakh sultans bestowed by the Qing Empire : the 1824 case of Sultan Ghubaidulla -- Part 3. Russo-Qing relations and the fate of the Kazakh khanates -- Kazakh participation in the Russo-Chinese trade of Central Asia -- The transformation of the Russian-Qing relationship and the dissolution of the Kazakh khanates
Subject Kazakhstan -- Foreign relations -- Russia
Russia -- Foreign relations -- Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan -- Foreign relations -- China
China -- Foreign relations -- Kazakhstan
Russia -- Foreign relations -- China
China -- Foreign relations -- Russia
Sultans -- Kazakhstan -- History
Nomads -- Kazakhstan -- History
Nomads -- Asia, Central -- History
Asia, Central -- Politics and government
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