Monthly Archives: September 2012

Why Mongolia’s China Mining Strategy is NOT a Mistake!

Mendee J replies to recent WSJ blog post regarding Mongolia’s strategy vis-a-vis Chinese investments. Continue reading

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Mongolia-Australia Relation

Mongolia and Australia are marking the 40th anniversary of bilateral relations. In quite similar time frame with Canada, Australia, as another middle power, reached out Mongolia.  Today bilateral relation has been expanded as a result of the Australian well-targeted educational … Continue reading

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New book: Mapping Mongolia – Situating Mongolia in the World from Geologic Time to the Present

Paula Sabloff has edited a book examining Mongolia’s place in the world. Continue reading

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A New Mongolian Government Is Finally Formed

In a post to the Eurasia Daily Monitor Mendee looks at the recently formed government in Mongolia. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Herders’ Protest in Umnigovi

Recently, some herders have been protesting unpaved mining roads in the Gobi Desert. Continue reading

Posted in Environment, Environmental Movements, Gobi, Protest, Sara Jackson, Social Issues, Social Movements | Tagged | 1 Comment