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Khurelsukh Ukhnaa

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.

The Mongolia-China-Russia Trilateral After the Belt and Road Forum

The Mongolia-China-Russia Trilateral After the Belt and Road Forum

By Bolor Lkhaajav
All three countries have different, if convergent, goals for their trilateral cooperation, headlined by the Power of Siberia 2 mega-project.
What’s Driving the France-Mongolia Rapprochement?

What’s Driving the France-Mongolia Rapprochement?

By Bolor Lkhaajav and Mathieu Droin
Just five month after the French president's historic visit to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolian President Khurelsukh Ukhnaa paid a state visit to France.

Polish President’s Visit to Mongolia Highlights Ulaanbaatar’s Ukraine Approach

Polish President’s Visit to Mongolia Highlights Ulaanbaatar’s Ukraine Approach

By Sumiya Chuluunbaatar
Will the president of Mongolia pay a return visit to Poland – and perhaps stop by Ukraine?

What Does Xi Jinping’s Third Term Mean for China-Mongolia Relations?

What Does Xi Jinping’s Third Term Mean for China-Mongolia Relations?

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Since Xi assumed office, Mongolia has seen three different president, but the overall trajectory of the relationship has remained stable.

Mongolia, China Look to Bolster Economic Activities in the Post-COVID Era

Mongolia, China Look to Bolster Economic Activities in the Post-COVID Era

By Bolor Lkhaajav
The end of China's zero COVID policies will allow Ulaanbaatar and Beijing to accelerate the pledges made during President Khurelsukh’s November visit to China.

Why Was the UN Secretary General Planting Trees in Mongolia?

Why Was the UN Secretary General Planting Trees in Mongolia?

By Julian Dierkes and Jangar Tsembel
Antonio Guterres' participation in a tree-planting ceremony was a high-profile boost for the Mongolian government's One Billion Trees campaign.
After Wild Election Season, What’s Next for Mongolia?

After Wild Election Season, What’s Next for Mongolia?

By Marissa Smith and Julian Dierkes
The Mongolian People’s Party now controls the executive and the legislature, but now must contend with COVID-19 and demands to level the political playing field.

Khurelsukh Cruises to Victory in Mongolian Presidential Race

Khurelsukh Cruises to Victory in Mongolian Presidential Race

By Julian Dierkes, Marissa Smith, and Shannon Tiezzi
It was the biggest victory ever in Mongolia’s democratic history.

Grappling With Parliament Limiting His Powers, Mongolian President Moves to Dissolve Ruling Party

Grappling With Parliament Limiting His Powers, Mongolian President Moves to Dissolve Ruling Party

By Marissa Smith, Bulgan Batdorj, and Julian Dierkes
Political maneuvering ahead of June's presidential election may post a general threat to Mongolia's democracy.

With New PM, a New Generation Taking Charge in Mongolia

With New PM, a New Generation Taking Charge in Mongolia

By Julian Dierkes and Bolor Lkhaajav
Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene represents a new type of Mongolian leader: a younger, Western-educated professional with a strong policy focus.
Mongolia’s Prime Minister Offers Shock Resignation Amid Protests

Mongolia’s Prime Minister Offers Shock Resignation Amid Protests

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Instability roils Mongolia’s political apparatus in the midst of a global pandemic.

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