Две династии: Становление романо-цинского взаимодействия (начальный период)
Twu Dynasties: Formation of the Romanov-Qing Interaction

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А. И., Петров
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서울대학교 러시아연구소
러시아연구, Vol.19 No.2, pp. 247-293

Цель данной работы –кратко проследить исторический путь России в Восточную Азию показать некоторые закономерности движения русских встречь солнца а также проанализировать некоторые аспекты становления взаимодействия между Домом Романовых и Цинскойдинастией которое положило начало русско китайским официальным связям Исследование построено на историко историографическом подходе Принимая во внимание тот факт что отечественная и китайская а также англоязычная историографии данного вопроса чрезвычайно обширны автор исходя из соображений экономии места решил отказаться от специального историографического обзора

On the base of the historico-hisLoriographical approach the author in his article "Two Dynasties: Formation of the Romanov-Qing Interaction" seeks to explain why Russians, who have been experienced the long Tatar-Mongol yoke, soon after shaking it off began their movement "against sun". Having had started at the end of 16th century from ural Mountains the Russian people by the middle of the 17th century had reached the shores of the Pacific Ocean and banks of Amur River having had done 5-8 thousand kilometers. At the same time Russian started first official contacts with the Yling China. Tn 1618 the first Russian mission headed by Tvan Petlin arrived to Peking and negotiated with Ming's dignitaries. But in 26 years Ming China was conquered by Manchurian Qing Dynasty. Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich showed considerable initiative to establish official tics with Qing Government: in 1656 and in 1676 he sent his two envoys to Peking. After all under official rule of Tsarevna Sofia in 1686 the third Russian envoy Fiodor Golovin was sent, and in August of the same year the Nerchinsky Treaty between two states was signed.
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