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" The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilised States which are brought into contact with half-savage nomad populations possessing no fixed social organisation. "
Imperial Rivals: China, Russia, and Their Disputed Frontier - 第 114 頁
S. C. M. Paine 著 - 1996 - 417 頁
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The Heart of Asia: A History of Russian Turkestan and the Central Asian ...

Francis Henry Skrine, Sir Edward Denison Ross - 1899 - 444 頁
...Asia, the interests which prompt our action in that part of the world, and the aims which we pursue. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilised states which come into contact with half-savage, wandering tribes possessing no fixed social organisation. " It...
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The Heart of Asia: A History of Russian Turkestan and the Central Asian ...

Francis Henry Skrine, Sir Edward Denison Ross - 1899 - 444 頁
...Asia, the interests which prompt our action in that part of the world, and the aims which we pursue. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilised states which come into contact with half-savage, wandering tribes possessing no fixed social organisation. "It invariably...
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U.S. Security Interests and Policies in Southwest Asia: Hearings Before the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1980 - 368 頁
...War in this country. This is a quote. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilized states which are brought into contact with half-savage, nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilized state Is forced in the interest...
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The Kazakhs

Martha Brill Olcott - 1995 - 388 頁
...Russian manifest destiny, arguing that: The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilized States which are brought into contact with half-savage nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilized State is forced, in the interest...
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Scenarios of Power: From Alexander II to the abdication of Nicholas II

Richard Wortman - 1995 - 580 頁
...1864, Gorchakov justified the advance into Central Asia as the pattern of "all civilized states that are brought into contact with halfsavage nomad populations possessing no fixed social organization." Such states "in the interests of security" had to defend their frontiers and reduce...
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The Limits of Independence: Relations Between States in the Modern World

Adam Watson - 1997 - 160 頁
...use the following formula as a guide. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilized states which are brought into contact with half-savage nomad populations possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilized state is forced, in the interests...
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Chechnya: Tombstone of Russian Power

Anatol Lieven - 1999 - 436 頁
...element of genuine justification was mixed with a large quantity of hypocrisy, greed and opportunism: The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of...happens that the more civilised State is forced, in the interests of the security of its frontier and its commercial relations, to exercise a certain ascendancy...
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Comrades at Odds: The United States and India, 1947-1964

Andrew Jon Rotter, Charles a Dana Professor of History Andrew J Rotter - 2000 - 337 頁
...the Foreign Minister Prince Gorchakov, for its position in Central Asia was "that of all civilized states which are brought into contact with half-savage nomad populations possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilized state is forced ... to exercise...
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The Great Game: On Secret Service in High Asia

Peter Hopkirk - 2001 - 562 頁
...major European powers. 'The position of Russia in Central Asia', declared this celebrated document, 'is that of all civilised states which are brought...happens that the more civilised state is forced, in the interests of the security of its frontiers and its commercial relations, to exercise a certain ascendancy...
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Gendering Ethnicity: Implications for Democracy Assistance

Lori Handrahan - 2002 - 262 頁
...continued with Soviet rule over the region. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilized States which are brought into contact with half-savage nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilized State is forced, in the interest...
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