By Bolor Lkhaajav
Analyst of the Mongolian Institute for Geopolitical Studies.
Research Intern at the Ricci Institute, M.A. in Asia-Pacific Studies University of San Francisco; Contributing Writer at The Diplomat.
In our 21st century’s political environment, the rise and fall of a nation or a policy shift affect other countries regionally and globally. The rise of People’s Republic of China (PRC) and its political, economic, and military influence has become apparent regionally and internationally. Experts in the field of security studies have focused on the PRC’s economic and military development and how it affects Japan, South Korea, and other regional actors geopolitically.