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Beneath the Surface: Mongolia’s Quest for Minerals Integrity

Beneath the Surface: Mongolia’s Quest for Minerals Integrity

By Isabel Cane
For Mongolia, economic and diplomatic success are both underpinned by the need for ongoing commitments to democratic principles and good governance.

UK Foreign Secretary’s Visit to Central Asia: Deciphered  

UK Foreign Secretary’s Visit to Central Asia: Deciphered  

By Sophia Nina Burna-Asefi
What did U.K. Foreign Secretary David Cameron’s trip across Central Asia achieve?
What Does Putin’s Re-election Mean for Mongolia-Russia Relations?

What Does Putin’s Re-election Mean for Mongolia-Russia Relations?

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Since Mongolia's democratization, ties with Russia have followed a steady course, no matter who is in office.

Mongolian Parliament Passes Legislation to Establish Sovereign Wealth Fund

Mongolian Parliament Passes Legislation to Establish Sovereign Wealth Fund

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Can Mongolia finally ensure that its mineral wealth benefits the people?

UK Foreign Secretary’s Visit to Central Asia and Mongolia: An Urgent To-Do List    

UK Foreign Secretary’s Visit to Central Asia and Mongolia: An Urgent To-Do List    

By Sophia Nina Burna-Asefi
David Cameron is on a six-nation tour of Central Asia, underscoring the U.K.'s reinvigorated engagement with the region. 

The Complex Geopolitics of Mongolia’s Language Reform

The Complex Geopolitics of Mongolia’s Language Reform

By Sumiya Chuluunbaatar
It has been almost 80 years since Mongolia switched to using the Cyrillic alphabet. Why is the government now promoting the traditional bichig script?

Mongolia to Strengthen Tourism and Creative Industry Ties With South Korea

Mongolia to Strengthen Tourism and Creative Industry Ties With South Korea

By Bolor Lkhaajav
As showcased in the Mongolian prime minister's recent visit, Mongolia sees South Korea as a crucial partner in diversifying its economy.
Ex-Mongolian PM Accused of Corruption by US Justice Department

Ex-Mongolian PM Accused of Corruption by US Justice Department

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Batbold Sukhbaatar has been accused of corruption before, featuring in the Panama Paper and Pandora Papers, but has never been convicted.

Mongolia’s Labor Minister on Tackling the Workplace Gender Gap

Mongolia’s Labor Minister on Tackling the Workplace Gender Gap

By Bolor Lkhaajav
An interview with Minister of Labor and Social Protection Bulgantuya Khurelbaatar.

Why Did North Korea’s Deputy Foreign Minister Visit Ulaanbaatar?

Why Did North Korea’s Deputy Foreign Minister Visit Ulaanbaatar?

By Sumiya Chuluunbaatar
The first visit to Mongolia by a North Korean official in five years is part of a broader diplomatic gambit from Pyongyang.

Mongolia: Moving Beyond Financial Incentives to Meet Energy Efficiency Goals

Mongolia: Moving Beyond Financial Incentives to Meet Energy Efficiency Goals

By Rachel Thibeault, Tajwar Arnab, Clarence Lau, and Tong Zhang
Non-financial incentives could prove useful for increasing energy efficiency in developing countries with tight budgets. Mongolia is a prime example.
With Starlink and Satellite Launches, Mongolia’s Digital Transformation Reaches a Milestone

With Starlink and Satellite Launches, Mongolia’s Digital Transformation Reaches a Milestone

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Mongolia’s activities with SpaceX and Thales Alenia Space demonstrate both Ulaanbaatar’s development strategy and its third-neighbor foreign policy.

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