The mongols and russian culture with the arrival of the mongol golden horde in the lands of the rus, an early russian culture, in the thirteenth century, much of the material culture of the rus. Mongol rule in china vs russia due to the mongols ultimate desire for economic power, the mongols highly affected both russia and china in both political and economic aspects when the mongols invaded both territories, they destroyed a lot and the key differences and similarities come from how it became reconstructed. The westernizers approached the mongol rule in russia from the perspective of relations with europe and thus perceived the mongol impact as a very negative development, as russia was isolated from europe during the mongol rule, which continued for almost 250 years. Mongol rule over china • after a few decades, the mongols revived the civil service exam system, and made neo-confucianism the subject of those exams • divided the population into four ranked groups: mongols, non-mongol allies.
The mongols had korea and china, and kublai wanted to enter into friendly relations with japan he wanted to send japan a letter korea didn't want to send it they had been suffering from japanese pirate attacks for years. The mongols did the russians a favour by conquering them the economy in china and russia was greatly impacted by mongol rule this was a major difference in the economic effects of mongol rule. Mongols altered that attitude and in fact sought to facilitate international trade [also see the mongols in china: life for merchants under mongol rule] in china, for example, the mongols increased the amount of paper money in circulation and guaranteed the value of that paper money in precious metals.
The almost 250-year mongol rule over russia was precipitated by two separate invasions following a successful invasion of the caucasus in 1221, the mongols invaded a small part of russia in 1222. Russia and china are two particular regions that experienced the effects of mongol rule both politically and economically yet while both regions benefitted economically, china saw greater benefit in its political system because of direct mongol influence. In brief mongols ruled china arabia then russia kublai (grandson of genghis) established silk road, culturual literacy in central asia mongolia declared its independency in 1911 which doesn't mean it was once part of china it was only nearly colonized by manchu for (200 years) but not china for god's sake. In 1211, genghis khan (1167-1227) and his nomadic armies burst out from mongolia and swiftly conquered most of eurasia the great khan died in 1227, but his sons and grandsons continued the expansion of the mongol empire across central asia, china, the middle east, and into europe. The mongol dynasty when kublai khan ruled china genghis khan moved his troops into the quasi-chinese chin-ruled north china in 1211, and in 1215 they destroyed the capital city.
The impact of the mongol rule in russia was that the russian people turned into a highly monastic people, the country was divided and made weaker, it was protected from powerful neighbors such as hungary and poland and was kept from western europe influences such as the renaissance. Russia and china might have gotten along just fine without the mongols if you had to pick a country to live in today most folks would rather live in russia, china or iran than mongolia 11k views view upvoters. Following the dissolution of the soviet union and the end of the cold war, mongolia's trade with russia declined by 80% and china's relations and influence over mongolia increased.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: notes on mongol influences on the ming dynasty morris rossabi views of the mongol empire historians confront serious obstacles trying to understand the mongol empire. Two impacts the mongols had on china was the complete reunification of china having conquered xixia, the jin, kara-khitai and song dynasty the mongols also brought cultural influences from the. The mongols were following their tradition of supporting a variety of faiths: buddhism, islam, taoism and the christianity that was practiced also by some of the mongols in china china's mongol emperor, kublai khan, died in 1294 at the age of seventy-nine.
Finally if you're very dedicated i'd suggest culture and conquest in mongol eurasia which is incredibly good at tracking the ways in which different areas in the mongol empire, in particular yuan china and the ilkhanate, influenced one another the books meticulously looks over exchange of goods, ideas and even government personnel and despite. In fact, the feudalistic society of russia mostly remained intact, something that would later cause russia's degeneration most of the russian aristocracy was allowed to remain in place, and they were to answer higher mongol officials.
The mongols controlled an enormous section of eurasia during their period of influence, two of their largest conquests being china and russia throughout the duration of their stay, they irrevocably affected the politics and economy of those regions. The ming dynasty reclaims china and the mongol empire ends after kublai khan, the mongols disintegrate into competing entities and lose influence, in part due to the outbreak of the black death in 1368, the ming dynasty overthrows the yuan, the mongols' ruling power, thus signifying the end of the empire. The mongols have had many lasting influences on russia, china, and even europe the mongols have left a mark on the european trading systems in technologies as well as in their trading systems trade routes. Mongolian culture has been heavily influenced by the mongol nomadic way of life other important influences are shamanism and tibetan buddhism since the 20th century, russian and, via russia, european culture have had a strong effect on mongolia.