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Submission of Qosot Mongols in Alashan and the Qing Dynasty's Northwest Frontier Situation

Qi Guang;  
Qosot Mongols in Alashan were the first Oirats branches to submit to the Qing Dynasty.Because this tribe,together with Qosot tribes in Qinghai,were the descendants of Gushi Khan,and was familiar with the Dzungar Mongols' inner affairs,and had deep relations with Dalai Lhama regime,so their submission process was complicated,and endured a long period of over 20 years.The author discusses the process and the Qing Dynasty's policy to rule the northwest borderland in the early part of Kangxi period,based on a detailed analysis of the relations between Qosots in Alashan,Qosots in Qinghai,Dzungars,Dalai's regime,and the Qing Dynasty,using firsthand Mongolian achieves and Manchurian achieves.
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