Ethnic and political development Dasht-i Kipchak in ІХ-ХІІІ centuries
This book is dedicated to analysis of history of ethopolitical development of „Dasht-i Qipchaq” in IX—XIII centuries. Traditional views on Dasht-i Qipchaq history were reconsidered. Author supposes that qipchaqian collaborationism caused success of Mogolian troops. In this study main factors and course of events of Mongolian campaigns in West-Eurasian steps are analyzed. Ethnic composition and political structure of Dasht-i Qipchaq were specified. Also causes, backgrounds, and consequences cuman-qipchaqian migrations were discovered. There were enlightened main stages of the Mongolian conquest to Dasht-i Qipchak: „Western Campaign” and „Great Western Campaign”.