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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Politics" / 2021 № 4.


O.D. Talskaya

HISTORICAL STRATEGIES OF STABILIZING THE SOCIO-POLITICAL SITUATION IN CENTRAL ASIA. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2021, no. 4.


UDC Index: 94(470+575) : 323.2

Date of publication: 26.10.2021

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Aim. Analysis of the Russian Empire strategies to stabilize the socio-political situation in Central Asia.
Methodology. A political and textological analysis of M.A. Terentyev’s work “History of the Conquest of Central Asia” is conducted with emphasis on Russian strategies of stabilizing the sociopolitical situation in annexed territories. General scientific methods such as analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction, generalization are used as well as descriptive, historical-chronological, comparative methods.
Results. Three strategies were identified: direct interaction; constructing strategical points as strongholds for Russian forces and the strategy of uniting fortified borderlines.
Research implications. Works of M. A. Terentyev which had not been previously studied were analysed and introduced to scientific society. Moreover, the results of the analysis may contribute to the optimization of Russian domestic and foreign policy in Asia.

Key words

political and textological analysis, Central Asia, socio-political situation stabilization, historical Russian strategies

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