Russia and Great Britain in the 19th Century – the Balkan Pattern

Rastović, Aleksandar P. (2012) Russia and Great Britain in the 19th Century – the Balkan Pattern. In: Rossiя i zapad : dialog kultur : sbornik stateй posvящaetsя XIV meždunarodnoй konferencii posvящaetsя 300-letiю so dnя roždeniя Mihaila Vasilьeviča Lomonosova. MGU, Moskva, pp. 396-403. ISBN 978-5-94800-016-9

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The basic aim of this paper will be to pay attention on relations between Russia and Great Britain in the 19th century on the Balkan Peninsula with special focus on Serbia as the typical Balkan pattern. In that period both of them were interested what happened there. In London with huge attention were watching whether Russian influence grown or fall down on the Balkans. In the Foreign Office also were interested whether Russian officials support forming of the Panslavic committees in the Balkan states, especially in Serbia. Policy of Russophobia prevailed in the British foreign policy on the Balkan in the 19th century. British politicians are thinking that all Slavic peoples, especially the South Slavs because of their historical, spiritual, religious ties with the Russians are a priori exponents of the Russian policy on the Balkans.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: 978-5-94800-021-3 (č. III)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Great Britain, Foreign Office, Panslavic commities, Russia, Russophobia, the Balkans.
Subjects: D History General and Old World > DA Great Britain
D History General and Old World > DK Russia. Soviet Union. Former Soviet Republics
D History General and Old World > DR Balkan Peninsula
Depositing User: Slavica Merenik
Date Deposited: 01 Jul 2021 12:06
Last Modified: 18 Dec 2023 13:18

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