|Sud'ba Sin'tsziana : obretenie Kitaem Novoĭ granitsy v kontse XIX v. [The Destiny of Xinjiang: China Obtains the New Frontier in the End of the 19th Century. Russian]|
|Includes summary and table of contents in English: D. V. Doubrovskaya: The Destiny of Xinjiang: China Obtains the New Frontier in the End of the 19th Century.|
Contents note: Preface: Tso Tsung-t'ang (Zuo Zongtang) in Xinjiang (1869-1877). I. Origin of the Views on the Western Lands in the Political Thinking of the Ch'ing (Qing) Empire: The Han Dynasty and Xi-yu (Xiyou) (221 BC-220 AD). P'ei Ju (Pei Ru) being the Creator of the Ideology of the Sui Dynasty and Turkish Kaganat's Relations. Tang China and the Western Lands (618-907). Tchingissids in Xi-yu: the Overall Result of Pre-Ch'ing Relations with Western Lands.Early Ch'ing (Qing) Interests in Xi-yu. Role of agrarian overpopulation in China proper. II. Internal Political Controversies in Xinjiang (19th cent.). Manchu and the Xiyou. Wei Yuan on Xinjiang. Situation before Zuo Zongtang's expedition. Qing supremacy in Xinjiang. Personnel and plots related. Taiwan crisis. Beijing court, question of subsidies. Li Hongzhang, Self-strengthening without Xinjiang. Duel between Li Hongzhang and Zuo Zongtang on political priorities in the Empire's defense. III. Ili (I-li, Yili) Crisis: the question of the Ili Region. The look from St. Petersburg, from Vernyi, Kuldga is taken. Zuo Zongtang for war in the Ili region, Li Hongzhang for compromise with Russia, the Fate of Xinjiang is defined.
Cf. ECCP, p. 762-767, etc.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-198)