The Limitations of Mongolian-Kazakhstani Relations

I have recently had an article published on The Diplomat, in which I explore Mongolian-Kazakhstani relations. I argue that despite geographical and cultural proximity, relations between these two post-communist states are limited by three factors:

  1. Historical Political Boundaries
  2. Kazakhstan’s continued close relationship with the Russian Federation
  3. Mongolia’s unwillingness to pursue relations with authoritarian states
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