What China Wants Tomorrow, Mongolia Does Today


Russia and China are emerging powers with the potential to rule the world, at the expense of the current balance of power. Sometimes they are in partnership, sometimes in conflict. Consequently every move these countries make is…

What Future Mongolia is Going to Choose for Itself


Mongolia rarely attracts the attention of geopolitical analysts and commentators. The country that lies in the very center of Asia for a long time has been perceived as a modest satellite of the Soviet Union. These days Mongolia…

Mongolia Capitulates to China

On December 20, 2016, the Chinese News Agency Xinhua released a statement by Munkh-Orgil Tsend, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Mongolia, according to which the 14th Dalai Lama is prohibited from entering the country ever again even…

On China’s Reaction to Dalai Lama’s 14th Visit to Mongolia


International news agencies are already beginning to move ahead in the list of the top event involving a five-day visit (from November 18 to November 23, 2016DahJTkfw by the 14th Dalai Lama to Mongolia mainly due to the publicly expressed…

Mongolia and Japan: a Deepening Economic Partnership


During the period of the Mongolian People’s Republic (1921-1990DahJTkfw, Mongolian-Japanese relations, since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1982, were diplomatically amiable, but essentially of a perfunctory nature…

Mongolia and China – Their Best Period of Relations


On November 10, 2015, Chinese President Xi Jinping, held a ceremonial meeting in the Hall of the People in Beijing with the President of Mongolia, Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj, there on invitation on a state visit to China.  The Chinese President’s opening…

The Mechanism of Trilateral Meetings in Action


This mechanism was launched in Dushanbe in September 2011 during the 14th SCO Summit when, on President of Mongolia Tsakhia Elbegdorj’s initiative, the first trilateral meeting was held between the leaders of Mongolia, Russia and China, at which the parties agreed to…

India and Mongolia: Spiritual and Strategic Partners


The ties between India and Mongolia are centuries old. Mongolian khans and princes took their origin from Chakravartins, the legendary Indian kings. It was Indian monks who sown the seeds of Buddha’s doctrine on the Mongolian ground some 2000 years ago…

Mongolia and the US: from Acquaintance to Strategic Cooperation


In 2012, the United States and Mongolia celebrated 25 years of diplomatic relations. This relationship began as a result of extended discussion on January 27, 1987. Till 1990 their relationship was firmly established, but largely formal…

Troublesome Times for the Mongolian Economy


In early October of 2014, the Mongolian coalition democratic government, because of its policy known as the “Reform Government” at the initiative of Prime Minister Norovyn Altankhuyag proposed a reform of the government by reducing the number of ministries from 16 to 13 by their merger…

Germany: a Reliable Partner to Mongolia


With these words, the President of Mongolia, Ts. Elbegdorj, characterized Mongolia-Germany relations at the press conference, summing up his business visit to Berlin on March 28 – April 2, 2015. The history of this relationship begins on January 31, 1974, from…

Russia and Mongolia: from Slump to Strategic Partnership

After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the victory of the democratic revolution in Mongolia in 1990, Russian-Mongolian relations…

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