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The Kazakh Khanates Between the Russian and Qing Empires : Central Eurasian International Relations During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

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The Kazakh Khanates Between the Russian and Qing Empires : Central Eurasian International Relations During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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The Kazakh Khanates Between the Russian and Qing Empires
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Central Eurasian International Relations During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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The Kazakh Khanates Between the Russian and Qing Empires : Central Eurasian International Relations During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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The Kazakh Khanates Between the Russian and Qing Empires : Central Eurasian International Relations During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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  • Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on Transliteration and Sources -- List of Figures, Maps and Tables -- List of Abbreviations -- List of Chinese Characters -- Introduction -- The Kazakh Khanates' Place within the Central Eurasian World -- 1 The History of the Kazakh Steppe and the Kazakh Khanates -- 2 Themes to be Addressed -- 3 Methodology and Significance -- 4 Outline of Content -- 5 Description of Historical Sources -- part 1 -- The 'Kazakh Khanates' and the History of the International Relations in Central Asia -- Chapter 1 -- Reexamining the Kazakh Khanates' "Foreign Relations in the East" -- Introduction -- 1 A History of Research Regarding the Kazakh Khanates -- 2 A History of Research Regarding the Kazakh-Qing Connection -- 2.1 Imperial Russian Documents Concerning the Kazakh Khanates' 'Eastern' Relations -- 2.2 Research Trends of the Soviet Era and Modern Kazakhstan -- 2.3 Chinese Research -- 3 Historical Relations between the Kazakh Steppe and Xinjiang -- 3.1. The Tavārīḫ-i Ḫamsa-yi Šarqī as a Source Regarding the History of Eastern Kazakhstan -- 3.2. Qurbān 'alī's Sources -- 3.3. Localism of THS -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2 -- The Impact of Russian Advances into Central Asia on Kazakh-Russian Relations -- Introduction -- 1 The Petition for Russian Subject Status and an Oath on the Quran -- 1.1 The Oath of Abulkhair -- 1.2 The Relationship between the Small Juz and the Government of Nadir Shah -- 1.3 Subjection to the Jungar -- 1.4 Russian Idea of "Subject Status" Compared to the Qing View of "Subject" -- 2 The Kazakh Title of "Khan" -- 2.1 "Khan" of the Small Juz Kazakhs -- 2.2 Reign of Ablai and His 'Bi-Lateral' Diplomacy -- 2.3 Developments from the Eighteenth Century -- 3 Establishment of the 1822 Regulation within the Middle Juz -- 3.1 The 1822 Regulation and the Development of a System of Administrative Districts
  • 3.2 The Transformation of District Borders into National Borders -- Conclusion -- part 2 -- The Foundations of Kazakh-Qing Relations -- Chapter 3 -- The Problem of Kazakh Subjection and the Russian-Qing Relationship in Central Asia -- Introduction -- 1 The Jungars and Central Asia within Russian-Qing Relations -- 1.1 The Treaty of Kyakhta and Its Effects on Central Asia -- 1.2 The Beginnings of a Russian-Qing Relationship in 'the West' -- 1.3 Suspension and Reopening of the Russian-Qing Relationship within Central Asia. -- 2 The Toši Mission's Proposals (1731) and Russia-Qing Negotiations -- 2.1 The Wording of the Toši Mission's Proposals -- 2.2 Reappraisal of the Toši Proposals -- 3 The Russian-Qing Negotiations of 1756-1758 Regarding Central Asia -- 3.1 The Jungars and Amursana -- 3.2 The Altais (Altan Noor- Uriankhai) -- 3.3 The Kazakhs -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4 -- The Differing Nature of the Three Kazakh Juz and the Three "Bu" (Sections) Mentioned in Qing Historical Sources -- Introduction -- 1 Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Kazakh Social Structure as Described within Qing Historical Sources -- 2 The Meaning of the Term "Hasake" within Qing Historical Records -- 2.1 Review of Existing Research -- 2.2 Analysis of Materials -- 2.3 The Era of the Zuobu and Youbu Sections -- 2.4 Appearance of the Small Juz -- 2.5 What Is Meant by the Term "Western Section" (Xibu)? -- 3 Relations between the Three Kazakh Juz and the Qing Empire -- 3.1 The Great Juz and the Qing -- 3.2 The Small Juz and the Qing -- 4 The Three Sections in the View of the Kazakhs -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5 -- Titles of Kazakh Sultans Bestowed by the Qing Empire: The 1824 Case of Sultan Ghubaidulla -- Introduction -- 1 Qing Titles for the Kazakhs -- 1.1 The Relationship between Kazakh Tribute to the Qing Court and the Bestowal of Qing Titles
  • 1.2 Russian Perspectives Regarding the Qing System of Bestowing Titles -- 1.3 The reception of Qing envoys -- 2 Sultan Ghubaidulla and His Han Title -- 2.1 The 'Last' Tribute Mission from the Kazakhs -- 2.2 Details of the Ghubaidulla Incident -- 2.3 Ghubaidulla's Document -- 2.4 Related Russo-Qing Relations -- 3 Titles for Kazakhs Thereafter -- 3.1 Ghubaidulla After the Incident -- 3.2 The Response of the Qing Court -- Conclusion -- part 3 -- Russo-Qing Relations and the Fate of the Kazakh Khanates -- Chapter 6 -- Kazakh Participation in the Russo-Chinese Trade of Central Asia -- Introduction -- 1 The Kyakhta Trade and Russo-Qing Trade Throughout Western Siberia -- 2 Russian and Qing Trading Policies -- 2.1 Routes Connecting the Two Regions -- 2.2 Russian Policies -- 2.3 Qing Policy in Xinjiang and West Mongolia and Its Results -- 3 Intermediary Role of the Kazakhs in Russo-Qing Trade -- 3.1 Dealings of the Kazakhs with Russia and the Qing -- 3.2 Kazakh Intermediation -- 3.3 The Pillaging and Protection of Caravans -- 4 Changes in the Structure of Trade -- 4.1 The Rise of Khoqandi Merchants and the Decline of the Role of the Kazakhs -- 4.2 The Confused Situation on the Kazakh Steppe -- 4.3 Russia's Goals -- Conclusion -- Chapter 7 -- The Transformation of the Russian-Qing Relationship and the Dissolution of the 'Kazakh Khanates' -- Introduction -- 1 Frontier Rule by the Two Empires: The Western Siberian Governor-General and the Ili Military Governor -- 1.1 Russia's Western Siberian Governor-Generalship -- 1.2 The Establishment of Xinjiang and Ili Military Governor -- 2 The Role of the Kazakh Steppe within Russian-Qing Relations -- 2.1 Governmental Negotiations between Russia and the Qing Dynasty -- 2.2 Local Negotiations Related to the Establishment of Russian Districts -- 3 The Sultans in Transition -- 3.1 Changes in Qing Policy during the 1830s
  • 3.2 Trends among the Kazakh Sultans -- 4 Friction Regarding the Annexation of the Great Juz and Establishment of the 1851 Treaty of Commerce between Russia and the Qing Dynasty -- 4.1 Tezek Sultan of the Great Juz -- 4.2 The Treaty of 1851 -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index
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