The “The Tūqmāq (Golden Horde), the Qazaq Khanate, the Shibanid Dynasty, Rūm (Ottoman Empire), and Moghūlistan in the XIV-XVI Centuries: from Original Sources” monograph that you are about the read represents a unique opportunity for readers with its extensive original sources that are not presented before in Eurasian studies concerning the XIV-XVI centuries. Therefore, it could be considered as the first presentation of numerous new sources on historical and political relations among the Ming Dynasty, (1368- 1644) and the Tūqmāq, the Qazaq Khanate, the Shibanid dynasty, Ottoman Empire and Moghulistan.
Another originality in this research is that it provides the readers sources that are older than many European sources regarding the Central-Western Asia region. By opening new horizons with fresh sources and deepening our knowledge about the region with addition of older documents from Ming Shilu, the imperial annals. This monograph allows us to reshape our historical familiarity on relations between Ming dynasty (1368-1644) and its relations with the Tūqmāq, the Qazaq Khanate, the Shibanid Dynasty, Ottoman Empire and Moghulistan. This book is concerned with the diplomatic relationship between Eurasian countries and Ming China in post-Mongol Central Eurasia. This monograph is the first attempt to understanding historical and political relations between the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), the Tūqmāq,, the Qazaq Khanate, the Shibanid Dynasty, Ottoman Empire and Moghulistan — which coexisted in Central Asia during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries — as told through Chinese historical sources.