Foreign policy of Russia in the XVI century.
1.1 Foreign policy in the first half of the XVI century.
1.2. Foreign policy of Ivan IV.
2. Foreign policy of Russia in the first half of the XVII century.
3. Foreign policy of Russia in the second half of the XVII century.
Reunification of Ukraine with Russia.
Answers to tasks for independent work.
This work is devoted to the foreign policy of Russia in the XVI-XVII centuries. This period is of great importance for our country, because during this period it was possible to significantly expand the territory of the country in the east, joining not only Kazan and Astrakhan, but also a significant part of the Siberian Khanate. In addition, the reunification of Ukraine with Russia contributed to the strengthening of the Russian state and the rise of its international prestige.
The relevance of the topic of the control work is due to the fact that mastering the historical experience in the field of foreign policy of the period under review helps to better understand modern foreign policy problems. It is worth noting that the relevance of the chosen topic is not limited to its political, scientific significance, but also of professional interest to students.
A comprehensive study of the topic of this work is of great importance for scientific and practical activities, because by gaining knowledge about previous periods, significant events in the history of Russia, a person receives knowledge and a wealth of experience that can later be used in their practical activities.The
test paper consists of three chapters. The first chapter consists of two subsections and is devoted to the foreign policy of Russia in the XVI century. In the first subsection of this chapter, the main events of the first half of the XVI century are considered, and the second subsection contains the main points of Ivan IV's foreign policy. The second chapter examines the main features of Russia's foreign policy in the first half of the XVII century. The third chapter is devoted to the foreign policy of the second half of the XVII century, and in particular the reunification of Ukraine and Russia.
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