Bozkırda Devlet: Hükümdar, Hanedan ve Boylar
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Some theories argue that major political events of the Steppe history as a result of Chinese history. Theories based on the premise that steppe peoples live on the same economic activities and are dependent China especially for Access to complete agriculture and craft products, the establishment of supra-tribal steppe states are driven by the need to extract products from China, argues that its internal dynamics completely depend on it. In this thesis, it was tried to test the mentioned theories and to create an alternative one. First of all, the economic diversity of Inner Asia is determined by examining the sources on the economic activities of the communities living in the Inner Asian empires. Then, it was emphasized whether the political organizations of the Steppe peoples could be counted as a state or not, and it was explained that the tribes were the first and deep-rooted form state. By examining the establishment of supra-tribal states, internal dynamics within the scope of opportunity, power and leadership were much more effective than the external dynamics, economic relations with China. is concluded that shareholders of supra tribal states were ruler, dynasty and the founding tribes. Interests dedistributied between shareholders were not the tribute gained from China, but products taken from subjects as taxation. In the Steppe-China relations it was Northern China, Southern Manchuria, South of Gobi Desert and Tarim Basin that struggle between two powerful states occured and side controlling these areas put preassure on their opponent. It was determined that the conflicts within the dynasty played the leading role in the collapse of the supra-tribal states. In addition, it was seen that there were two types of collapse as the dissolution of founding boys or the disintegration of the subject tribes.