Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/ On February 19-22, the UC Berkeley Center for Buddhist Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, Mongolia Initiative, and Tang Center for Silk Road Studies have successfully co-organized the symposium Points of Transition: Ovoo and the Ritual Remaking of Religious, Ecological, and Historical Politics in Inner Asia at UC Berkeley, California. Continue Reading
The Diplomat Crossroads Asia
By Bolor Lkhaajav
Bolor Lkhaajav has an M.A. in Asia-Pacific Studies at the University of San Francisco, Analyst of Mongolian Institute for Geopolitical Studies
If passed, the act has great potential to expand economic relations between the U.S. and Mongolia.
November 17, 2018
Mongolia is utilizing its third-neighbor foreign policy to its highest potential by expanding bilateral economic relations with countries around the world without provoking too much conflict with the two giant geopolitical powers, and the country’s only neighbors, Russia and China. Continue Reading
The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) Northeast Asia Regional Meeting – Peacebuilding in Northeast Asia was held in Beijing, People’s Republic of China between December 2-4, 2018. This meeting comprised the the fourth convening of the Ulaanbaatar Process, a civil society dialogue on peace and stability for the Korean Peninsula and broader Northeast Asian region. Continue Reading
Analyst of the Mongolian Institute for Geopolitical Studies
Graduate Student at Yonsei University, Graduate School of International Studies
South Korean shortly-lived democracy came to an end in 1961 when Park Chung-Hee military regime replaced it through coup d’état. Since then, the country started down the road of export-driven industrialization to record a phenomenal average of 9.3 percent growth in its real GNP during the period of 1962-1979. Continue Reading
Security of Mongolia and security in NEA.
Mongolia has two neighbors – PRC and RF which are the biggest territories on the earth. Today Mongolia has very favorable external security environment because those two neighbors protect us from the outside threat. And there is no threat from neighbors due to reason of absence of any border or territorial disputes between our countries. I think it is very good reason to be happy, isn’t it? Continue Reading