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Mongolia Focus This Year

A quick overview of the traffic to the Mongolia Today blog in 2012. Nearly 45,000 pages were viewed by over 16,000 unique visitors. Continue reading

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Corruption in Mongolia according to Transparency International

Corruption is one of the most prominent features cited in any overview of Mongolian politics, political risk, human development or investment potential. Yet, any hard evidence on the prevalence, extent and mechanisms of corruption are very hard to come by. … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Civil Society, Corruption, Foreign Investment, JD Mining Governance, Mongolia and ... | Tagged | 8 Comments

Coalition Speculation

The MPRP as a coalition partner to the DP or MPP? Really? Continue reading

Posted in Democracy, Democratic Party, Elections, Ikh Khural 2012, JD Democratization, Media and Press, Mongolian People's Party, Nationalism, Party Politics, Politics, Populism | Tagged | 1 Comment

What am I looking for in election?

Some thoughts about different aspects of potential outcomes in the Mongolian parliamentary election. Continue reading

Posted in Corruption, Elections, Governance, Ikh Khural 2012, Inequality, JD Democratization, Oyu Tolgoi, Party Politics, Populism | Tagged | 7 Comments

Update on 2012 Election: Results of Recent Polls

A compilation of survey results regarding the upcoming parliamentary election in Mongolia. Continue reading

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Mongolian democracy tested by ex-president’s arrest?

More attention to Enkhbayar arrest in media, this time, New York Times. Continue reading

Posted in Corruption, Democracy, Elections, Ikh Khural 2012 | Tagged | 6 Comments