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Imperial rivals : China, Russia, and their disputed frontier
AuthorPaine, S. C. M., 1957-
Pub. LocationArmonk, NYPublisherM.E. Sharpe
Date1996Phys. Desc.dig.pdf. [xxi, 417 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.]
LocationDigital ArchivesCall NumberDK68.7.C6 P35 1996
Imperial rivals : China, Russia, and their disputed frontier / S.C.M. Paine.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 370-402) and index.
Includes text in Chinese and Russian.
Local access only. [Paine-ImperialRivals.pdf]
Physical copy Gleeson Library.

Background: revival of Russian interest in the Far East -- Traditional Chinese diplomacy in retreat: The Treaty of Aigun -- Capitulation: The Treaty of Peking -- Ethnic tensions: the Muslim uprising and Russian invasion -- Chinese diplomacy in disarray: The Treaty of Livadia -- A reprieve: The Treaty of St. Petersburg -- The apogee of Tsarist imperialism: the Chinese Eastern Railway -- Over-extension: the Boxer Uprising and the Russian invasion -- Roll-back: the Russo-Japanese War -- Mongolia: the last frontier -- Tsarist foreign policy: Mongolian autonomy and Chinese Suzerainty -- Soviet foreign policy: Mongolian independence under Soviet tutelage.

Subject(s)Russia--Foreign relations--China
China--Foreign relations--Russia--17th-18th centuries
China--Foreign relations--Russia--19th century
China--Foreign relations--1644-1911
China--Foreign relations--1911-1949
Russia--Foreign relations--1801-1917
Rec. TypeDigital Book (PDF)LanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #17470
ISBN1563247232 ; 9781563247231LCCN96010750OCLC34320296