The Russia Company and Russo-British Trade after 1600
The British Russia Company (also called the Muscovy Company; henceforth, the Company), founded in the mid-16th century, provided significant economic links between Russia and England in the early modern period, and it was a crucial institution structuring Anglo-Russian relations. Its history offers insights into the bonds between early modern Russia and both its Asian neighbors and Western Europe.
Gledhill, K. (2021). The Russia Company and Russo-British trade after 1600. Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, 22(4), 885-894. Doi:10.1353/kri.2021.0044.