By Edward A. Allworth
Now in its 3rd version (it was once first released in 1967 and revised in 1989), this re-creation of Central Asia has been up-to-date to incorporate a brand new preface, a revised and up-to-date bibliography, and a last bankruptcy that brings the publication as much as 1994 in contemplating the the most important difficulties that stem from a deprivation of sovereign, indigenous management over the last a hundred thirty years. This quantity presents a wide and crucial history for knowing what has led as much as the overdue twentieth-century configuration of valuable Asia.
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Nikiforov. I have not heard, but if they intend to do this, they will do it. . Khan. You advise me to be at peace with them, but my friends Abbott '" Khanykov, pp. 310-11. B8 Vladimir Antonovich Ulianitskii, "Snosheniia Rossii s Sredneiu Azieiu i Indieiu v XVI-XVII vv. 45-46 . Shubinskii, pp. 523-25. Encounter 37 and Shakespear [English officers] told me not to make peace with the Russians. Nikiforov. I repeat to you once more that both friendship and enmity with Englishmen are dangerous for you.
As czarist officials applied tougher sanctions Zhukovskii, p. 68. "Review of the Causes that Led to the War with Khiva," p. 47. 82 Sbornik materialov . turkestanskago kraia, IV ( 1914), 53-54; F. Azadaev, Tashkent vo vtoroi polovine XIX veka (Tashkent, Izdatel'stvo Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1959), p. 24. 83 Blum, p. 274 . Kazakhsko-russkie otnosheniia v XVIII-XIX vekakh: Sbornik dokumentov i materialov (Alma Ata, Izdatel'stvo "Nauka," 1964), p. , pp. 276-77. 00 81 34 Encounter against Central Asia through confiscation of merchandise and arrest of traders found in Russia, this loss, coupled with an already difficult agriculture problem, drove the Central Asians even more urgently into slave trade and especially to the seizing of Russians along the frontiers, for they brought better prices than Persians and often could be ransomed.
61 Khanikoff, Bokhara: Its Amir and Its People (London, James Madden, 1845), p. 217. 68 Ibid" p. 218. 6' Rozhkova, p. 56. 30 Encounter 1840s, reaching almost 4 million rubles in 1863. Czarist authorities, who had been coveting Central Asia's natural gold since Peter the Great's time, felt strong pressure from Russian merchants to ban these exports of money, for the traders believed that such outflows to Bukhara and Khiva represented the single greatest obstacle to the development of Russian trade in that area.
Central Asia: One Hundred Thirty Years of Russian Dominance, A Historical Overview by Edward A. Allworth