Торговые связи России с Афганистаном на рынках Средней Азии (вторая половина XVIII - первая половина XIX века) (Russian commercial relations with Afghanistan in the markets of Central Asia (second half of the XVIII - first half of the XIX centuries))

Samara Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, No. 10, No. 4, 2008

8 Pages Posted: 30 Aug 2012

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Vladimir Shkunov

Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)

Date Written: August 7, 2008

Abstract

The strengthening of the Durrani Empire promoted the development of both internal and foreign trade of the Afghans. From the beginning of the XIX century Russian tradesmen showed heightened interest in the Afghan market. However, many reasons, such as openly hostile position of England, difficult relations of Russia with the Khivan Khanate, whose territory the trading ways to Afghanistan passed though, the absence of reliable information about the country prevented from the establishment of trade and economic relations between two empires. That is why commercial relations among people of two countries were carried out in the markets of Central Asia and did not stop throughout the second half of XVIII – XIX centuries.

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Keywords: Russia, Afghanistan, commercial relations, Central Asia, XVIII-XIX centuries

Suggested Citation

Shkunov, Vladimir, Торговые связи России с Афганистаном на рынках Средней Азии (вторая половина XVIII - первая половина XIX века) (Russian commercial relations with Afghanistan in the markets of Central Asia (second half of the XVIII - first half of the XIX centuries)) (August 7, 2008). Samara Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, No. 10, No. 4, 2008, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2138061

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