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https://doi.org/10.30853/manuscript.2018-12-1.9

ACTIVITY OF BRITISH PERSIA COMMITTEE IN RELATION TO ANGLO-RUSSIAN RIVALRY IN PERSIA (1908-1913)

Medvedik Irina Semenovna
Astrakhan State University


Submitted: 04.10.2018.
Abstract. The article analyses the activity of Persia Committee (the British parliamentary body aimed to preserve Persia’s independence and going to change the British policy towards Russia and Persia) in 1908-1913. The author identifies the attitude of the Committee members to various aspects of the Anglo-Russian conflict on the Persian issue, to Russia as an opponent, to Persia as a victim of colonial expansion. The paper considers the influence of parliamentary committees and non-parliamentary public associations on the formation of the British foreign policy at the beginning of the XX century.
Key words and phrases: англо-российский конфликт, Персидский комитет, Персидское общество, Персия, Россия, внешняя политика, Anglo-Russian conflict, Persia Committee, Persia Society, Persia, Russia, foreign policy.
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