Caucasian Policy of Russia at the Beginning of the 19th century: the Emperor and Governors




By the beginning of the 19th century, the vast majority of the peoples of the North Caucasus became part of the Russian Empire, which was recognized by international treaties. The immediate adoption of the Russian administration and orders led to an aggravation of the situation in the Caucasus.
Contradictory personality of Alexander I impacted, along with objective factors, to determine the general direction of the Caucasian policy, and personal and professional qualities governors in practice its implementation. Therefore, Caucasian policy of the Russian Empire carried in waves, was not linear.
The geopolitical situation of the fi rst quarter of 19th century and the fi rst quarter of the 21st century. Europe has some analogies, the experiences and lessons of the Caucasian policy of Alexander I instructive for the activities of federal districts in the south of Russia.
Caucasian policy of Alexander I, the governors of the Caucasus, the policies, the national liberation movement, military force and non-military methods A.P. Yermolov, the Mountaineers of the North Caucasus

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