Флоря Б.Н. Русская и украинская дипломатия XVII века

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РОССИЙСКАЯ АКАДЕМИЯ НАУК
ИНСТИТУТ СЛАВЯНОВЕДЕНИЯ
РУССКАЯ И УКРАИНСКАЯ РУССКАЯ И УКРАИНСКАЯРУССКАЯ И УКРАИНСКАЯ РУССКАЯ И УКРАИНСКАЯ
РУССКАЯ И УКРАИНСКАЯ
ДИПЛОМАТИЯ ДИПЛОМАТИЯДИПЛОМАТИЯ ДИПЛОМАТИЯ
ДИПЛОМАТИЯ
В ЕВРАЗИИ: В ЕВРАЗИИ:В ЕВРАЗИИ: В ЕВРАЗИИ:
В ЕВРАЗИИ:
50е годы XVII века 50е годы XVII века50е годы XVII века 50е годы XVII века
50е годы XVII века
Москва 2000

4 Introductory notes
The present collection of papers w
international project Russian and Ukrainian Diplomacy in Eurasia: the
Fifties of the 17
th century, which pooled together researchers from Russia,
Austria, Denmark and Sweden. The projects objective is to coordinate efforts
of the scholars from various countries in studying the international relations
in Central Eurasia through the 5
th decade of the 17 th century with special
focus on interrelation between international politics in various parts of the
region and on genesis of Eurasian entity in the field of international relations.
In the second half of the 5
th decade of the 17 th century the whole central
part of Eurasia became a theater of large&scale international conflicts, which
involved not only the countries of the region, but many other W
and Asian powers as well. The events of these years had a deep effect on the
future fortunes of the countries and peoples involved. Intensive military
clashes, social disturbances and sudden changes in political sovereignty over
numerous territories accompanied the historical developments of that time.
An important role in those w
entity
The dramatic events of the 5th decade of the 17th c. have been attracting
historians since long ago. However existing studies of these events are
aggravated by historical myths, cliches and wrong approaches. For example,
East&European \(and especially Russian\) political history w
separately from the political process in the rest of Europe. International
relations in Europe and in Asia were also studied in isolation from each other
On the other hand, through the Socialist period Russian historiography w
dominated by obligatory ideological approaches, which made the balanced
study of the problem hardly achievable, while the revision of this Marxist
approach in post&Soviet historiography of the new independent states brought
into life some nationalistic interpretations. It is this situation with the studies
of international relations in the middle of the 17
th century that makes a
coordination of the efforts of researches from various countries especially
important.
Another vital condition of transition from fragmentary studies of isolated
historical episodes of the political history of that time to a complex integral
research is an involvement of new sources. That is why the w

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