Mandžurska politika urejanja mednarodnih odnosov s posebnim ozirom na kantonsko trgovino

Authors

  • Marija ŠULER Department of Asian and African Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana PhD candidate

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2012.-16.3.21-52

Keywords:

Manchurian Dynasty, Canton, European trade, Chinese restrictions, European mercantile expansionism

Abstract

The decline of the native Ming Dynasty in the middle of the seventeenth century historically represents an important turning point in China’s developmental path. The transmission and consolidation of the dynastic rule in the hands of foreign Manchurian conquerors coincided with the growing presence of West-European merchants, missionaries and researchers that were arriving to China by sea. At the same time, the Russians advanced by land towards the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Both of them carried along signs of different civilizations that would eventually, beyond the Great Wall, strike against traditional principles of Chinese superiority and self-sufficiency. The present article follows the development of particular directives and practices which were formulated by the central Manchurian authorities to manage affairs regarding international political and trade relations. These directives were at the same time an important factor in the rise and fall of the Canton system of trade.

 

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Published

1. 12. 2012

How to Cite

ŠULER, Marija. 2012. “Mandžurska Politika Urejanja Mednarodnih Odnosov S Posebnim Ozirom Na Kantonsko Trgovino”. Asian Studies -16 (3): 21-52. https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2012.-16.3.21-52.

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