Why Jin Shizong's "reducing Ding" policy towards Mongolia accelerated the reunification of Mongolia

Why Jin Shizong's "reducing Ding" policy towards Mongolia accelerated the reunification of Mongolia
In order to deal with Mongolia, of course, according to the saying of the Jin Dynasty at that time, it was called Tatar, and the Jin Dynasty formulated a very inhumane but very rough method of confrontation: reducing Ding.

since ancient times, the great enemies of the Central Plains dynasties have been in the north and the west, so it is no exception to the Jin Dynasty, and the Mongolian tribes in the north are the biggest troubles of the Jin Dynasty.

the so-called Ding reduction means regularly sending troops to clean Mongolia, killing the population of the Mongolian plateau and weakening the strength of the Mongolians, so that Jin can rest easy, but in the eyes of many historians, this method not only did not bring the Mongolians down but accelerated the reunification of Mongolia. Why on earth is this?.

after Liao was replaced by Jin, the control of the Mongolian plateau became a huge problem in Jin. after all, Nuzhen was even less than Qidan. At that time, the Mongols were already quite powerful, such as the Tatar near the border of the Jin Dynasty, with a total number of 70,000, and mainly cavalry, not to mention the later rise of the Ke Rei, Naiman, begging, and so on, all of the powerful. The State of Jin not only had to deal with Koryo in the south, Xixia in the west, and Koryo in the east but also had to deal with the Mongols to suppress the dissatisfaction of the Qidan Han people, which could be said to be attacked on all sides. Under this unfavorable situation, the State of Jin carried out three major policies towards Mongolia from the beginning of Jin Xizong, that is, to build trenches, to instigate, and to reduce the number of people.

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