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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 Dust Of Empire: The Race For Mastery In The Asian Heartland

Karl E. Meyer - 2008 - 288 頁
...societies "brought into contact with half-savage, nomad populations." In such cases, he maintained, "it always happens that the more civilised State is forced, in the interest of the security of its frontiers and its commercial relations to exercise a certain ascendancy" over neighbors of a turbulent...
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Bram Stoker and Russophobia: Evidence of the British Fear of Russia in ...

Jimmie E. Cain, Jr. - 2006 - 215 頁
...Gorchakov, issued a memorandum to embassies throughout Europe, one that raised eyebrows in England: The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of...happens that the more civilised state is forced, in the interests of security of its frontiers and its commercial relations, to exercise a certain ascendancy...
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The Cambridge History of Russia: Volume 2, Imperial Russia, 1689-1917

Research Professor Dominic Lieven, Maureen Perrie, Dominic Lieven, Ronald Grigor Suny - 2006 - 794 頁
...secure against the restive tribes beyond. In an oft-quoted circular of 1864, Prince Gorchakov stated: The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilised states which find themselves in contact with half-savage, nomadic populations ... In such cases, it always happens...
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Scenarios of Power: Myth and Ceremony in Russian Monarchy from Peter the ...

Richard Wortman - 2006 - 491 頁
...November 14, 1864, Gorchakov justified the advance into Central Asia as the pattern of "all civilized states which 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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