Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia, 1810-1895

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Psychology Press, 1981 - History - 264 pages
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Published in 1981, Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia 1810-1895 is a valuable contribution to the field of Middle Eastern Studies.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Origins of Russian Expansion in Asia
1
Chapter 2 The Indian Background
10
Chapter 3 Britains First Moves
20
Chapter 4 Russia in Central Asia up till 1842
38
Chapter 5 Early Reconnaissances and Missions
51
Chapter 6 Interlude
74
Chapter 7 Russian Missions to Kashgar Bukhara and Peking
86
Chapter 8 Lawrences Noninterventionist versus Rawlinsons Forward Policy
100
Chapter 12 Forward Again
170
Chapter 13 The Buffer State Solution Afghanistan
188
Chapter 14 The Last Crisis and the Final Settlement of 1895
200
Epilogue
215
Appendix 1 The Khan of Khivas Rescript 1840
225
Appendix 2 The Lawrence Minute 1867
226
Appendix 3 Despatch by Foreign Secretary to the Ambassador at St Petersburg 1869
238
Bibliography
241

Chapter 9 Russias Subjugation of the Khanates
118
Chapter 10 Espionage
133
Chapter 11 Kashgar and Hi
151

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