Russia's foreign policy in the 1725 - 1796 biennium. (Abstract)

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About CHAPTER A DEFINITION

Introduction 3
The political situation in Europe after the Great Northern War, Russia's place in the international arena 3
Relations between Russia and Poland in the XVIII century. 6
Kucuk Kaynarca treaty and Russia's foreign policy objectives in the Middle East 9
Russia's policy in the Middle East in the 80-90s of the XVIII century. 13
The policy of rapprochement between Russia and Austria 14
References 16

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