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Modern Mongolia: From Khans to Commissars to Capitalists
Preface List of Abbreviations and Acronyms Prominent Mongolians in the Narrative Map of Mongolia 1. Mongolia: A Peaceful Transition 2. From Russian to Western Influence 3. Pressure for a MarketExpand
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The reign of Khubilai khan
Khubilai became the most powerful figure in the Mongolian domains, profoundly influenced by his mother Sorghaghtani Beki. He was the only Mongolian noble who had recruited so many Chinese Confucians.Expand
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20. Mongolia: Transmogrification of a Communist Party
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China among equals : the Middle Kingdom and its neighbors, 10th-14th centuries
Scholars have long accepted China's own view of its traditional foreign relations: that China devised its own world order and maintained it from the second century B.C. to the nineteenth century.Expand
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Employment and Wages
The ratio of employees to rooms for the industry is about 7 employees to 10 rooms (.72 employees per room). This ratio is lowest for the small establishments with 5 to 10 rooms that employ .42Expand
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A TRANSLATION OF CH'EN CH'ENG'S HSI-YÜ FAN-KUO CHIH
AbstractOn February 3, 1414, the Yung-lo emperor (r. 1403–24) of the Ming dynasty sent an embassy led by Ch'en Ch'eng to the Timurid rulers of Central Asia. Over the next year and a half, Ch'enExpand
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Two Ming Envoys To Inner Asia
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