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《China's Borderland History and Geography Studies》 2000-01
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Problems of Uriangkhai

by E. A· Belov trans. by Chen Chunhua (Institute of Modern History, The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing 100006, China)  
Since early nineteenth centary, Tangnu Uriangkhai was a part of the domain of the Qing Empire. The Russo - Chinese boundary in Uriangkhai region was delimitated by Russo -Chinese Bupensky Treaty and Treaty of Kiahta in 1727. Since 1755, Uriangkhai came With in the jurisdicticn of the Jiangiun of Uliasutai, the administrative system of which wasjust the same as in mongolia.On 21 November 1911, the Russian Cabinet held a special meeting. Recognizing that Uriangkhai had practically submitted itself to the rule of Bogda Khan, the meeting considered that Russia had no legal basis to occupy Uriangkhai, Nevertheless, in 1914, the Tsarist Goverment, by threatening and luring, finaily succeeded in putting Uriangkhai under its protection,and thus Practically incorporated Uriangkhai into Russia.
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