Principle idea of this article is to characterize legal rules imposed by the authorities of the Qing Empire in the XVIII-first half XIX century in order to establish the administrative regime of the Russian-North (Khalkha) Mongolian border. The author comes to the conclusion that the studied area of the law was formed under the in- fluence of doctrines of establishing administrative power in Mongolia, typical of the Qing political theory and practice during the studied period. An important element of these doctrines was the thesis to isolate Mongolia from external influences for the preservation of the nomadic lifestyle of the Mongols and their traditional military organization, which the Qing rulers were ordained role of one of the pillars of their Imperial power. However, the situation on the Russian-Mongolian border contrasted sharply with the provisions of Qing laws. Qing China failed to create an administrative system that was able to suppress contacts between the population of the Russian and Mongolian border regions, not controlled by official authorities.
|State||Published - 2015|