Tag Archives: BYAMBAJAV Dalaibuyan

Call for Papers for “Progress and Integration in Desert Research”

Our colleague Troy Sternberg at Oxford University sent us Call for Papers for the 2nd Oxford Interdisciplinary Conference. 29-30 March 2012 School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford.

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Korea, the United States, and Strategic Relations: Mongolia

A discussion of Mongolian-Korean relations held at the Korea Society in early October 2011. Continue reading

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Election Law for Whom?

Byamba discusses changes to Mongolia’s electoral law ahead of the summer 2012 parliamentary election. Continue reading

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A Good Day in Mongolia

Today, October 14, 2011, Mongolians are very busy. It is the 17th day of the second month of autumn, an auspicious day in Mongolia’s Buddhist calendar. We call it the day with Baljinnyam and Dashnyam (Buddhist deities) or a double-Nyam … Continue reading

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Mongolia Connected

Some observations about connectivity in Mongolia based on the recently released census. Continue reading

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Consensus on OT?

Mongolian executive united on supporting Oyu Tolgoi Investment Agreement. Continue reading

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How do Japanese view Mongolia?

An interesting article written by Kunio Minato (JGSS Research Center).  JGSS-2006 から見た日本におけるモンゴル国の好感度 -東アジア各国・地域との比較検討- (日本版総合的社会調査共同研究拠点 研究論文集[9] JGSS Research Series No.6) Abstract Favorability of Mongolia in Japan Seen From JGSS-2006: Comparison With East Asian Countries/Region Relationship between Japan and Mongolia has been … Continue reading

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Air pollution in Ulaanbaatar reaches alarming levels

An article published by Canadian and Mongolian researchers last week argues that nearly 10 percent of Ulaanbaatar city’s total mortality are attributable to outdoor air pollution. The article shows that a major source of air pollution in the city is … Continue reading

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Insights from the 2010 Mongolia Census

A preliminary summary of the 2010 Mongolia census is available online.  The census shows us some important trends in Mongolia. Total population in Mongolian has reached 2 754 658. An estimated 100 thousand people counted as Mongolian citizens living abroad … Continue reading

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