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His reign saw the further strengthening of autocracy, symbolized in the institution of the Oprichnina (special realm), which had features of a secret police force as well as a parallel administrative structure subordinate personally to the tsar. Externally, Ivan IV began the expansion of Muscovite power into nonRussian territories through the conquest in the 1550s of the southern Khanates of Kazan and Astrakhan, thereby gaining access to the Caspian Sea. Ivan also sought, unsuccessfully, to defeat the last remnant of the Tatar Empire, on the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.
Petersburg), and parts of Finland. Moving Russia’s capital westward was only one way in which Peter the Great brought Russia into a European orbit. He himself made two lengthy journeys to Europe, and he brought back many ideas on how to “Westernize” his country. These changes had a far-reaching impact on the administrative structure, educational system, and economy of Russia. Peter’s forays southward were less enduring. He ﬁrst acquired and then lost access to the Black Sea in wars with Turkey.
12. Martin Malia, “Tradition, Ideology, and Pragmatism in the Formation of Russian Foreign Policy,” in The Emergence of Russian Foreign Policy, ed. Leon Aron and Kenneth M. S. Institute of Peace Press, 1994), p. 41. 13. Quoted in John P. LeDonne, The Russian Empire and the World, 1700–1917: The Geopolitics of Expansion and Containment (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), p. 368. 14. Kissinger, Diplomacy, p. 175. 15. , pp. 172–73. 16. Malia, “Tradition, Ideology, and Pragmatism,” pp. 41, 45.