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After Anti-China Campaign Rhetoric, Mongolia’s President Congratulates China on National Day
Mongolia’s newly-elected President Khaltmaa Battulga won office in July on the back of a campaign laced with anti-China rhetoric. Nonetheless, on September 28, Battulga sent a congratulatory message to Chinese President Xi Jinping, marking the 68th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
Монгольский уголь объезжает Китай
Монголия, регулярно сталкивающаяся с проблемами при вывозе своего угля в Китай, пытается переключить часть экспорта на российский Дальний Восток. Пока предполагается отгрузка небольших партий через Восточный порт в Находке. По мнению источников “Ъ” и экспертов, при реальной потребности Монголии в диверсификации поставок это соглашение выглядит скорее политическим и монгольский уголь будет конкурировать за портовые мощности [...]
The Recent Election in Mongolia and the Future of Northeast Asia
Landlocked between two major powers and rich with natural resources, Mongolia has actively pursued a strategy to diversify its external partnerships with countries in Northeast and Southeast Asia. As part of this “third neighbor” policy, the Mongolian Armed Forces have undergone significant restructuring and modernization and are considered a respectable partner in regional peace operations. [...]
Ученые оценят план строительства высокоскоростной желдороги Россия – Монголия – КНР
Российские ученые оценят возможность строительства трансграничной высокоскоростной железной дороги Россия – Монголия – КНР. Об этом ТАСС рассказал в четверг директор Байкальского института природопользования Сибирского отделения (БИП СО) РАН Ендон Гармаев.
India invites new Mongolian President, a known China critic
NEW DELHI: India has invited Mongolia’s new President, Khaltmaa Battulga, days after he won the election, a development which assumes significance amid the India-China standoff since he is a vocal China critic and has been arguing against Mongolia’s economic dependence on China.
‘India-Mongolia cooperation signals to Beijing that India can play the geopolitical game in China’s backyard’
Along with its land border dispute with India and sea boundary disputes with several other neighbouring countries in the South China Sea, China also has tensions with Mongolia. The recent election of China critic Khaltmaa Battulga as Mongolia’s new president has strategic implications and PM Narendra Modi has already reached out inviting him to India. [...]
Russo-Sino-Mongolian Transit and Infrastructure Cooperation and Mongolia’s New President
On July 10, Mongolia swore in its new president, Khaltmaa Battulga—a former professional judo wrestler, wealthy businessman, former Democratic Party (DP) parliamentarian, and former minister of transportation and construction (2008–2012). It was widely expected that the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) candidate, Parliamentary Speaker Miyeegombo Enkhbold, would emerge as the winner to replace two-time President Tsakhia [...]
Will a Battulga Victory in Mongolia’s Election Mark a Shift Toward Russia?
On June 26, the Mongolian presidential elections ended without a clear winner, triggering a second round of voting to take place July 7. Battulga Khaltmaagiin, the candidate from the center-right Democratic Party, received 39 percent of the vote, leaving him as the favorite for the next round. His opponent will be second-place finisher Enkhbold Miyeegombo [...]
Relationship With China Looms Large in Mongolian Election
After an inconclusive vote in Mongolia’s June 26 presidential election, candidates from the north Asian country’s two most prominent political parties will face off in a second round on July 9.
A Crisis in Two Parts: Mongolia’s Buddhism Question and its Economic Failings
On Friday, November 18, 2016 the 14th Dalai Lama arrived in Ulan Bator to begin a four-day pastoral visit in Mongolia, a Buddhist-majority country. During his visit, he spoke to followers at the Gandantegchinlen monastery on the topic of materialism. According to the Mongolian government, his visit and teachings contained no overtly political content, and [...]
China Beats Mongolia into Submission, ‘Friend’ India Watches
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first-ever Indian Prime Minister to visit Mongolia. He may also be the last, as Mongolia now wishes that he had never come.
Mongolia, with deep ties to Dalai Lama, turns from him toward China
Mongolia, whose rulers played a role in establishing the Dalai Lama centuries ago, no longer welcomes him.
China Needs to Get Over the Dalai Lama’s Visit to Mongolia
It’s Mongolia’s right to invite a religious leader to visit. China is exaggerating the political significance.
Mongolia to receive $ 50 million aid from China
Prime Minister of Mongolia J.Erdenebat has announced a new Government plan for fighting air pollution. Speaking in Ulaanbaatar on December 23, he said the Government needs to implement a number of actions to solve this serious annual problem.
China scores diplomatic hat trick after flexing economic muscle
Three nations on three continents — Norway, Mongolia and the tiny West African country of Sao Tome and Principe — together this week demonstrated China’s readiness to use its economic leverage to achieve its national interests.
Mongolia Vows No More Dalai Lama Visits After China Turns Screw
Mongolia’s government pledged to extend no more invitations to the Dalai Lama after China signaled that a trip last month by the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader could derail ties.
Who is saving Mongolia’s collapsing economy? China imports Mongolia coal doubled
There is no doubt that China is the Saviour of the collapse of Mongolia.
ССОРА С КИТАЕМ ГРОЗИТ МОНГОЛИИ ДЕФОЛТОМ ВЕСНОЙ 2017 ГОДА
Изолированная центральноазиатская республика Монголия переживает непростые времена — отсутствие роста в экономике и дефицит бюджета, равный 20% ВВП, ставит ее на грань дефолта. При отсутствии финансовой помощи извне Монголия не сможет исполнять обязательства по выплате государственного долга.
After China Demurs, Mongolia Approaches India to Finance Oil Project
Mongolia is looking at India and other investment partners as its economy contracts and its debt burden grows amidst Chinese sanctions over hosting the Dalai Lama.
India gets sucked into Mongolia – China relations; As China sanctions Mongolia over Dalai Lama’s visit
China has slapped economic sanctions on Mongolia as retaliation over Dalai Lama’s ninth visit to the country. Ulan Bator had allowed Lama’s visit in November in the teeth of official Chinese opposition. China reacted immediately by punitively charging all trucks crossing into China’s autonomous province of Inner Mongolia and cancelling all official interactions. To ward [...]
China, Mongolia and the Dalai Lama: What India can learn
The recent visit by the Dalai Lama to a far-reaching nation of Mongolia has brought a new jigsaw puzzle in Mongolia-China relations.
India making vain efforts to bribe Mongolia: Chinese state media
Reacting to India’s $1 billion aid to Mongolia, Chinese state media today said that New Delhi is making vain efforts to ‘bribe’ Ulaanbaatar as later’s economy is highly dependent on China
India must support Mongolia after China’s crackdown post Dalai Lama’s visit, imposition of toll tax
Just after the Dalai Lama visited Mongolia in November 2016 for four days, China’s tail caught fire. There was actually no apparent reason for going hyper since this was the ninth visit of Dalai Lama to Mongolia. But then China’s comprehensive national power (CNP) has risen since, even as the economy is slowing down. China [...]
China ‘blocks’ Mongolia border after Dalai Lama visit
Mongolia says hundreds of trucks stuck at the border after move seen as a response to Dalai Lama’s visit to Ulaanbaatar.
India comes to aid of Mongolia as China ups ante after Dalai Lama
India to help Mongolia that has been facing trade blockade from China following a visit of the exiled Tibetan spiritual guru Dalai Lama to the North-East Asian country last month.
Chinese media says Mongolia’s call to India for help ‘politically harebrained’
Mongolia’s decision to seek India’s help in negating China’s trade blockade following Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama’s visit to Ulaanbaatar is a “politically harebrained” move that will only complicate the situation, the Chinese state media said on Friday.
Mongolia Protests Chinese Import Tax Following Dalai Lama Visit
Local Chinese governments on the border with Mongolia have imposed new fees on companies exporting minerals from Mongolia into China, a move that closely follows Mongolia’s warm welcome of Dalai Lama.
Rio Tinto boss insists Mongolia dispute is ‘bump in the road’
The boss of FTSE 100 mining group Rio Tinto has insisted a dispute with China over copper exports from Mongolia will be resolved shortly.
New Government Continues Mongolia’s Rebalance to China
The Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) came to power in a land-slide election in June 2016 due to the dissatisfaction with the Democratic Party’s (DP) economic policies. However, in outlining its economic development and foreign relations priorities, the MPP has made it clear that it intends to continue a core element of the previous government’s approach: [...]