Mongolia in Northeast Asia: Issues of Security Survival and Diplomacy: Mongolia’s Place in Asia Today

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  • Robert E Bedeski

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https://doi.org/10.5564/mjia.v0i12.92

Abstract

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, Mongolia lost its twentieth century protector, and has had to navigate Asian and global politics at a time when China is becoming a dominant economic and military power. Chinese economic and demographic expansion will directly impact Mongolia and the precedent of the sinification of Inner Mongolia demonstrates new challenges to the isolated Mongolian Republic. Energy imports, military security, trade opportunities and investment climate are closely affected by China, and Mongolian diplomatic efforts must take the southern giant into primary consideration.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5564/mjia.v0i12.92

Mongolian Journal of International Affairs No.12 2005: 28-39

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Robert E Bedeski

Ph.D. (Canada) Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science and Program Professor Emeritus: Human Security and Peace in the Asia-Pacific Region, Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) University of Victoria, Victoria, BC CANADA V8W 3P5

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2013-09-02

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Bedeski, R. E. (2013). Mongolia in Northeast Asia: Issues of Security Survival and Diplomacy: Mongolia’s Place in Asia Today. Mongolian Journal of International Affairs, (12), 28–39. https://doi.org/10.5564/mjia.v0i12.92

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