Strategic Studies

2016 3 /75/

S.Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Russia

Russia’s foreign policy towards NEA

2016 3 /75/

J.Battur (Ph.D)

V.Putin’s foreign policy view

2016 3 /75/

Ch.Narantuya (M.A)

A relations gap between Russia and the United States is deepening

2016 3 /75/

L.Byambakhand (M.A)

The U.S Presidential Election of 2016

2016 3 /75/

O.Battulga, Ts.Ganzorig

Experiencing track-two diplomacy North East Asia

2016 3 /75/

B.Suvdantsetseg (Ph.D)

Space technology development and future trend in Mongolia

2016 3 /75/

E.Enkhmaa (Ph.D), J.Batsuuri (Sc.D)

The influence of genetic homozygosity to the security of Mongolian population gene fund and health

2016 3 /75/

Kh. Nominbolor (M.A)

Impacts of pasture degradation to food security in Mongolia

2016 3 /75/

B.Erdenechimeg (Dr)

Mongolian orientation of situation change for security

2016 3 /75/

J.Zoljargal (M.A), P.Ochirbat (Sc.D)

Analysis on the Russia’s Energy Sector Strategy-2035

2016 3 /75/

G.Uranbaigali

Current situation of ROK investment in Mongolia

2016 3 /75/

Feng Zhongping

International Strategic Situation

2016 3 /75/

On 15th Shangri La dialogue on security

Speech by Ashton Carter, Minister of Defense, USA,

2016 3 /75/

On 15th Shangri La dialogue on security

Speech by Admiral Sun Jianguo, Deputy Chief, Central Military Commission, PRC

2016 3 /75/

On 15th Shangri La dialogue on security

Speech by Gen Nakatani, Minister for Defense, Japan

2016 3 /75/

 

Trilateral experts meeting between Mongolia, RF, PRC

2016 3 /75/

 

Workshop environmental and energy security studies

2016 2 /74/

B.Ariunzul, D.Batmunkh

Mongolia’s economic difficulties and its reason: Participation in stand-by program is the best choise?

 

2016 2 /74/

Kh.Nominbolor, M.Altanbagana

Water resources management and policy coordination

2016 2 /74/

O.Enkhbold

Challenges faced to customs policy

2016 2 /74/

E.Enkhmaa, J.Batsuuri

The influence of climatic extremes to the Mongolian population health

2016 2 /74/

D.Ulambayar

A new paradigms in Mongolia’s foreign policy

2016 2 /74/

Z.Bolor

Mongolia-DPRK relations and UNSC sanctions against DPRK

2016 2 /74/

L.Byambakhand

Mediation Diplomacy of Small States: Norway’s Case

2016 2 /74/

B.Lkhagvaa

Sound of the upcoming time and few thoughts on the Korean Peninsula

2016 2 /74/

Ts.Ariunbold

Human trafficking crime and national security

2016 2 /74/

Nursultan Nazarbayev President of Kazakhstan

“World, XXI century” statement

2016 2 /74/

 

The Third International Conference “Ulaanbaatar Dialogue on Northeast Asian Security“

2016 1 /73/

Ch. Narantuya

Notion of Neutrality and Challenges of Some Neutral States

2016 1 /73/

L. Byambakhand

Mediation Diplomacy of Neutral States: Switzerland’s Case

2016 1 /73/

L. Galbaatar

Cooperative Policy of Cyber Security among Mongolia, Russia and China

2016 1 /73/

B. Otgonsuren

China’s 13th Five-Year Plan to Develop Society and Economy

2016 1 /73/

M.Erdenebayar

China’s Economic “New Normal” and Pressing Challenges

2016 1 /73/

N.Soyolgerel

Integration Processes and Economic Cooperation: Mongolia’s Participation Possibilities

2016 1 /73/

Z. Bolor

UN Security Council’s Strict Sanction against DPRK

2016 1 /73/

Ch.Otgochuluu, B.Ariunzul

Prospects of Copper Market

2016 1 /73/

D.Batmunkh, D.Tuvshinbat

Some Challenges for Small and Medium Enterprises

2016 1 /73/

D.Enkhchimeg, T.Munkh-Orgil

Economic Security and Foreign Debt

2016 1 /73/

B.Ider

Ways to Increase Elections Turnover

2016 1 /73/

S.Altanchimeg,D.Tumurpurev, S.Enkhsaikhan

Means to Improve Public Administration Efficiency

2016 1 /73/

G.Bazarvaani

Fundamentals of Mongolia’s Defense Policy

2016 1 /73/

R.Bold

Russia-Sino Military Relations

2016 1 /73/

D.Bayarkhuu

Practices of Some Neutral States

2016 1 /73/

B.Sanjmyatav

Regarding Mongolia’s Accession to APEC

2016 1 /73/

Kh. Zaya

History of Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between People’s Republic of Mongolia and Japan

2016 1 /73/

S.Lavrov, Foreign Minister of Russian Federation

Russia Policy Toward Northeast Asia

2016 1 /73/

 

The Second Workshop “Northeast Asian Energy Connectivity“ Successfully Concludes

2015 4 /72/

G.Bazarvaani

Common Understanding on Mongolia’s permanent neutrality

2015 4 /72/

Ts.Enkh-Uyanga

China’s New Type of Great Power Relations: Policy and Implementation

2015 4 /72/

B.Ariunzul

Fluctuations in china’s stock market

2015 4 /72/

B.Ider

Russian Far East Natural Gas Policy: Sakhalin-II project

2015 4 /72/

B.Erdenebat

Russia’s political and military policy and changes in military Doctrine

2015 4 /72/

L.Byambakhand

Trilateral dialogue mechanisms in Asia-Pacific and Mongolia-US-Japan TRILATERIAL dialogue 

2015 4 /72/

O.Battulga

R.O.K and middle-power diplomacy

2015 4 /72/

G.Ninjin

Possibility of democracy in Middle East

2015 4 /72/

D.Ulambayar

Views on shared values of the humanity

2015 4 /72/

J.Battur

Initial steps towards establishing “Peace Structure” (Architectural) in Northeast Asian region

2015 4 /72/

Ch.Otgochuluu

Ready for attack on foreign Ex-change rates?

2015 4 /72/

G.Bazarvaani

Will Russia’s Economy revive? Or will it regime changed if the economy keeps falling down?

2015 4 /72/

M.Erdenebayar

Port of Jinzhou, new transportation corridor

2015 4 /72/

B.A. Rodinov, T.B.Badmatsrynev

Regarding the Mongolia-Russia ‘New’ alliance

2015 4 /72/

Ambassador of Kazakhstan Erlan Indirson

The Great Gain not the great game: How Kazakhstan is charting its own Course in the World

2015 4 /72/

 

The 10th Council for Security Co-operation in Asia Pacific (CSCAP) General conference successfully held in Mongolia

20153 /71/

S.Bayaraa

New Trends in India’s Foreign Policy

20153 /71/

B.Otgonsuren, Huan Ying

Economic Corridor’s Infrastructure cooperation between Mongolia, China and Russia

20153 /71/

D.Amarbold

Structural Reform Directions of Russian Economy

20153 /71/

B.Ariunzul

China’s Free Trade Agreement Strategy

20153 /71/

L.Byambakhand

Trans Pacific Partnership and Mongolia-US cooperation

20153 /71/

Z.Bolor

Mongolian Participation to ACEAN

20153 /71/

B.Enkh-Amar

Sanctions War’s Economic Impact on Russia and the West

20153 /71/

Peter Schaller

Is Mongolian Studies Neglected?

20153 /71/

Wu Dahui

Silk Road Economic Zone and Eurasian Economic Union

20153 /71/

Gunn Kim

Challenges and Posture in the Asia Pacific

20153 /71/

Song Il Hyok

Challenges on the Korean Peninsula and Ways-out

20153 /71/

N.Dorjsuren

Why Mongolia wants to be a part of traditional security framework in NEA

20153 /71/

Sang Hyon Yi

Non-Traditional Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia

20153 /71/

Jenny Town

The Changing Dynamics of the US Strategic Alliances in East Asia

20153 /71/

Takashi Kawakami

Abe’s way: Japan’s New Security Policy

20153 /71/

Cai Yong

Mongolia-China Relations

2015 3 /71/

Gong Xianfu

Brief Introduction to the China’s Military White Paper

20153 /71/

Zheng Yu

Main Challenges Facing the Northeast Asian Region

20152 /70/

 

The OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Aspects of Security

20152 /70/

 

The “amended/new” Guidelines for the Japan-U.S. Defense Cooperation

20152 /70/

 

The Military Strategy of the PRC – an introduction to the 2015 White paper on Defense

20152 /70/

 

On the “Mongolia, China, Russia – Trilateral cooperation” international conference

On the Shangri-La Dialogue on security

Speech by Admiral Sun Jianguo, Deputy Chief, General Staff Department, People’s Liberation Army, PRC

Speech by Ashton Carter, Secretary of Defense, USA

20152 /70/

J.Enkhsaikhan

An outline of Mongolia’s actions to strengthen and further Mongolia’s Nuclear Weapon Free Status

20152 /70/

N.Tuya

The Non-Alignment movement and the case of Nuclear Non-proliferation

20152 /70/

D.Myagmar

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and Mongolia’s Nuclear Weapon Free Status

20152 /70/

S.Bayasgalan

The History and future of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty

20152 /70/

Hanns-Günther Hilpert, Gudrun Wacker

Geo-economics meets Geo-politics

20152 /70/

Ivanov Stanislav Mihajlovic

The expectation of a “New Spring”

20152 /70/

G.Uranbaigal

Mongolia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement

20152 /70/

N.Sarantuya

Mongolia’s potential cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Union and its future prospects

20152 /70/

B.Ankhbayar

Economic obstacles of China and its implications of Mongolia’s export

20152 /70/

L.Byambakhand

The practice of Soft power by Asian countries and Mongolia’s possibility

20152 /70/

Ch.Narantuya

The current reality of NATO-Russia relations and its future prospects

20152 /70/

 

U.S. Ambassador to Mongolia Piper Ann Wind Campbell: The Enduring value of written – transparent National security strategies: A look at the United States’ and Mongolia’s guiding documents.

20152 /70/

Antoine Maire

Understanding the French foreign policy towards Mongolia

20152 /70/

D.Lkhagvasuren

A relation across the centuries

20152 /70/

 

   Remarks by H.E. M. Yves Delaunay, The French Ambassador to        Mongolia

2014 № 4 /68/

 

President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin’s Working Visit to Mongolia

2014 № 4 /68/

E.Jargal

Russia’s Foreign Policy: The Asia Pacific Region

2014 № 4 /68/

N.Sarantuya

Russia’s Far East, Lake Baikal Region as the Principal Development Strategy and Mongolia

2014 № 4 /68/

K.Kokarev

Distinctive State of Affairs of the Current International Relations and Russian-Mongolian Relations

2014 № 4 /68/

B.Erdenebat

Russia’s Defence Policy Reform

2014 № 4 /68/

Y.Frolova

Russia’s Interests in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

2014 № 4 /68/

T.Sukhbaatar

Military-Strategic Policy Perspectives of Mongolia’s Northern Neighbor

2014 № 4 /68/

Y.Frolova

Development of the Eurasian Economic Union and Russia’s Strategy

2014 № 4 /68/

M.Karagoz

Turkey’s Foreign Policy

2014 № 4 /68/

N.Soyolgerel

Turkish “Soft Power” Foreign Policy in the Eurasian Region

2014 № 4 /68/

B.Batbayar

Mongolia’s Democracy and Democratization Process

2014 № 4 /68/

D.Ganbat

Quality of Democracy and Mongolian Development

2014 № 4 /68/

L.Sumati

Values of Democracy: Changes and Formation

2014 № 4 /68/

Ch.Unurbayar

Democracy and Constitutional Legal Development

2014 № 4 /68/

B.Ariunzul

Sino-Russian Economic Interdependence, Present Political

Trust and Challenges Ahead

2014 № 4 /68/

B.Otgonsuren

PRC’s Cross Border Economic Cooperation Policy

2014 № 4 /68/

L.Byambakhand

Will the U.S’s Rebalancing Policy Affect the Mongolian-U.S. Relations?

2014 № 4 /68/

Ch.Narantuya

NATO’s Partnership Policy and Interests of Certain Countries

2014 № 4 /68/

E.Ulambayar

Reflections on the New World Order

2014 № 4 /68/

G.Tumurchuluun

The First Adopted Foreign Policy Concept of Mongolia: The Directive of Four “De’s”

2014 № 4 /68/

G.Bazarvaani

Mongolia’s National Security Concept and Transforming Notion of Security

2014 № 3/67/

 

Joint Declaration on Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between Mongolia and People`s Republic of China

2014 № 3/67/

 

President of the  People`s Republic of China Xi Jinping`s State Visit to Mongolia: Expectations and Results

2014 № 3/67/

Ts.Sukhbaatar

“Development and Future” Conference Celebrating the 65thAnniversary of the Establishment of  Diplomatic Relations between Mongolia and People`s Republic of China

Remarks

2014 № 3/67/

Wang Xiaolong

An Exceptional Opportunity for Development 

2014 № 3/67/

Fu Mengzi

Strategic Concept of “One Region, One Route” Initiative

2014 № 3/67/

B.Indra

The Relations and Cooperation between Mongolia and China

2014 № 3/67/

Liu Junhong

Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia

2014 № 3/67/

B.Ariunzul

The Tendencies and Opportunities for the Mongolia-Chinese Cooperation

2014 № 3/67/

Yuan Chunqiang

Energy Situation in the Asia Pacific Region and Energy Cooperation between China and Mongolia

2014 № 3/67/

E.Naran

The Current Conditions of Mongolian Economic Development and Soft Power Influence towards Trade-Economic Cooperation between China and Mongolia

2014 № 3/67/

Huan Ying

Mongolian Economy and Relations between China and Mongolia

2014 № 3/67/

Yao Kun

China`s Perspectives towards the Crisis in Ukraine

2014 № 3/67/

B.Ariunzul

The Economical Interdependence between China and its main Trade Partners: Will the Liberal International Order be affected by these Countries?

2014 № 3/67/

B.Indra

PRC`s Participation in the Regional Organization

2014 № 3/67/

D.Dagiisuren

Chinese Government Grants to Mongolia since 2000

2014 № 3/67/

L.Byambakhand

U.S. Foreign Policy and “Shale revolution”

2014 № 3/67/

Sh.Enkhbayar and Tomoyoshi Nakajima

The Impacts of Mongolia FTAs with the Countries in Northeast Asia

2014 № 3/67/

J.Adiyasuren

US Interests and Influence in NATO

2014 № 3/67/

Ni Shixiong and

Qian Xuming

New Strategy and Ideology of Foreign Policy of China since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC)

2014 № 3/67/

 

Signed documents during the People`s Republic of China President Xi Jinping`s  state visit to Mongolia

2014 № 3/67/

 

The types of partnership between China and Mongolia and their partner states

2014 № 2/66/

Gerhard Thiedemann

The the 40th Anniversary of Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Mongolia and Germany: Success Story 

2014 № 2/66/

L.Udval

Historical Origin of Friendly Relations and Cooperation between Mongolia and Germany

2014 № 2/66/

Sven Bernhard Gareis

Defense Cooperation  between Germany and Mongolia in defense sector

2014 № 2/66/

Ts.Lham

Mineral Resource Cooperation between Mongolia and Germany: Some Considerations

2014 № 2/66/

Oliver Corff

Mongolia and its Comprehensive Security Approach in the Past and Present

2014 № 2/66/

D.Ulambayar, T.Uyangaa

Partnership and Cooperation between Mongolia and European Union

2014 № 2/66/

Roland Berger

Where is the center of the world?

2014 № 2/66/

N.Soyolgerel

A Decade with the SCO: Mongolia’s position as an observer state

2014 № 2/66/

Ch. Narantuya

NATO-Russia: Troubled Cooperation

2014 № 2/66/

J.Adiyasuren

OSCE-Russia relations:Challenges and Issues

2014 № 2/66/

L.Byambakhand

U.S.Rebalancing Policy and Perceptions of some Asian Countries

2014 № 2/66

B. Indra, B. Ariunzul

Initiative of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and Mongolia

2014 № 2/66/

B.Ankhbayar

Territorial Disputes between China and Vietnam: Reasons and Issues

2014 № 2/66/

Z.Bolor

Cyber Attacks from China: Security Considerations

2014 № 2/66/

 

“Ulaanbaatar dialogue on Northeast Asian security”International Conference

2014 № 2/66/

 

Asian security summit: Shangri-La dialogue 2014

Keynote address of Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister, Japan

2014 № 2/66/

 

Speech  by Chuck Hagel, Secretary of Defense, US

2014 № 2/66/

 

Speech by Lieutinant General Wang Guanzhong, Deputy Chief of the Generel Staff Department, People’s Liberation Army of China

2014 № 2/66/

 

International Conferences on Security Issues

2014 № 1/65/

 

D.Munkhtur    Surrounding the Ukrainian Crisis

2014 № 1/65/

 

N.Sarantuya The Establishment of the Eurasian economic union, Mongolia’s position

2014 № 1/65/

 

B.Ariunzul      Chinese Foreign Aid policy: The Mongolian Case

2014 № 1/65/

 

B.Otgonsuren The PRC’s port development policy /The Case of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous region/

2014 № 1/65/

 

B.Tsetsegsaikhan A study on the current situation of Mongolia’s coal export

2014 № 1/65/

 

Z.Bolor  China’s policy towards the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region and Mongolia

2014 № 1/65/

 

Ch.Oyunjargal Territorial disputes and the PRC

2014 № 1/65/

 

N.Dorjsuren The current situation of the North Korean Chinese economic relations

2014 № 1/65/

 

An Introduction to the Ulaanbaatar Dialogue

2014 № 1/65/

 

Ts.Suvdantsetseg On security mechanisms of Northeast

2014 № 1/65/

 

B.Otgonsuren, Ch.Oyunjargal, Z.Bolor Mongolian participation in the cooperation of Asia Pacific countries

2013 № 4/64/

D.Bayarkhuu

Afghanistan 2014 brings a new era in Geopolitics

2013 № 4/64/

L.Byambakhand

Mongolia’s initiative to become a multilateral diplomacy platform

2013 № 4/64/

N.Dorjsuren

Perspectives in the Activities of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific and Mongolia`s Involvement

2013 № 4/64/

N.Erdenetsogt

A major direction of V. Putin’s foreign policy: The Asia - Pacific region

2013 № 4/64/

B.Otgonsuren

China’s policy of “fri   China’s policy of “friendly, peaceful and prosperous neighbor” and Mongolia

2013 № 4/64/

Ch.Oyunjargal, A.Narangaravuu

The issue of Japanese citizens abducted by the DPRK

2013 № 4/64/

Sergey Radchenko

The Russia-China rivalry in Mongolia

2013 № 4/64/

M.Erdenebayar

China’s new “silk road” and its future prospective

2013 № 4/64/

L.Tumentsetseg

A new concept-idea on the development of Inner Mongolia, economic and trade cooperation with Mongolia and Russia

2013 № 4/64/

A scenario by Russian researchers:

A speculation of the situation in Central Asia a decade after the exit of the coalition forces from Afghanistan

2013 № 4/64/

D.Oyunsuren

The implementation of and the challenges arising from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

2013 № 4/64/

 

Programme on enhancing the economic orientation of foreign relations of Mongolia

2013 № 4/64/

 

Memorandum of the Ulaanbaatar Dialogue on the security of northeast Asia

2013 № 4/64/

 

The declaration of Mongolia’s nuclear weapon free status

2013 № 4/64/

 

The Joint declaration of the Peoples Republic of China, the Republic of France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America on the Nuclear weapon free status of Mongolia

2013 № 3/63/

D.Bat-Erdene

Defense  - deeds of  all

2013 № 3/63/

G.Bazarvaani

Let’s change the “Third neighbor” Policy

2013 № 3/63/

B. Indra

China’s Geo-Economic Policy towards Its Neighbors and

Facing Challenges

2013 № 3/63/

L.Byambakhand

Mongolia’s “soft power” and the U.S. practice

2013 № 3/63/

N.Soyolgerel

Kazakhstan’s  Strategy  to Lead Its Region

2013 № 3/63/

Ch.Sumiya

China’s Renminbi Policy and Strategy

2013 № 3/63/

Ts.Suvdantsetseg

Can India Compete with China?

2013 № 3/63/

Paul  Pryce

The OSCE’s “Asia Pivot”?: Implications for  the Mongolian  Accession

2013 № 3/63/

Takashi Kawakami

Fundamentally  Changing  the U.S.- Japanese Alliance

2013 № 3/63/

Zhu Da

Implications of China-Russian Strategic Partnership in Military Sector

2013 № 3/63/

Hyung Tae

The U.S.-Korean Alliance and  Its Future Trends

2013 № 3/63/

Kim Ming Jung

Chinese Perception and Strategy on Korean Peninsula

2013 № 3/63/

B.Lkhagvaa

Changes in Mongolia-North Korean relations and Mongolian position on Korean Peninsula

2013 № 3/63/

Dong Joo Suh

Reshaping  the International Order in East Asia and Cooperation of  ROK-Mongolia

2013 № 3/63/

Sang Jing Byun San Jon

North Korea Policy of the Park Geun-Hye

Administration and Inter-Korean Relations

2013 № 2/62/

B.Lkhagvaa

Mongolia’s Approach to the Korean Peninsula: A concept of Multi-lateral Cooperation in Northeast Asia

2013 № 2/62/

L.Byambakhand

US “Rebalancing”  policy, Russian and Chinese perceptions

2013 № 2/62/

N.Soyolgerel

Russian and Israeli experience to attract their Diaspora nationals

2013 № 2/62/

Ch.Narantuya

Has the Russian-Chinese natural gas agreement finally exited a stalemate?

2013 № 2/62/

B.Indra

Chinese energy foreign policy and its implementation

2013  № 2/62/

Ch.Oyunjargal

Japan’s new government policy towards Mongolia: “Erch Initiative”

2013 № 2/62/

N.Altaa, E.Naran

Mongolian-Chinese Cooperation in the coal sector, related recommendations

2013 № 2/62/

Ding Xiaoxin

Chinese Policy on the SCO, a look to the Future

2013 № 2/62/

Wang Lijiu

Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership, Future Prospective

2013 № 2/62/

Wang Wenfeng

China’s Position on US policy’s Revisiting of Asia-Pacific

2013 № 2/62/

B.Lhagvaa

Security in Northeast Asia: Mongolian-Korean Cooperation

2013 № 2/62/

Jun Byong-kon

Current Situation in Northeast Asia: Korean-Mongolian cooperation

2013 № 2/62/

Kim Dongsoo

Provocations by North Korea and the Response of the US-ROK alliance

2013 № 2/62/

Chuck Hagel

The U.S. Approach to Regional Security

2013 № 2/62/

Qi Jianguo

Jointly Cope with Challenges and Realize Common Development of Asia-Pacific

2013 № 1/61/

D.Bayarkhuu

Salafist Geopolitics in the Post-Soviet space

2013 № 1/61/

V.Enkhbold

Globalization and Economic Diplomacy

2013 № 1/61/

N.Erdenetsogt

Eurasian Union: dream or reality?

2013 № 1/61/

B.Ariunzul

How strong is the public support behind the Chinese Communist Party

2013 № 1/61/

G.Bazarvaani

A unified concept of Mongolia’s “Third Neighbor” policy

2013 № 1/61/

T.Erkhembayar

President Park Geun-hye’s policies and challenges concerning North Korea

2013 № 1/61/

Ralph Thiele

Germany’s position and view on Mongolia’s “Third Neighbor” policy, A just and sustainable cooperation

2013 № 1/61/

M.V.Karpov

“Current standing of China-Russia relations

2013 № 1/61/

V.F.Terekhov

“Russia’s and China’s policy towards Central and Northeast Asia

2013 № 1/61/

Zhu Da

Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s Development and Construction during the last decade

2013 № 1/61/

Yan Si Lian

Contemporary security environment of Northeast Asia

2013 № 1/61/

So Dun Ju

Russia’s influence in Northeast Asia

2013 № 1/61/

An Tiig Gi

Korean relations, future prospect

2012 № 4/60/

D.Bayarkhuu

From “Arab Spring” to “Islamic Winter”

2012 № 4/60/

B.Lkhagvaa

Korean Unification and Mongolian Position

2012 № 4/60/

И.Erdenetsogt

Acceptance Rate of Constitution in Theoretical and Operational Level

2012 № 4/60/

Ch.Narantuya

Russian and U.S. Interests in Asia Pacific

2012 № 4/60/

B.Ariunzul

Acceptance Rate of Chinese Communist Party in Chinese Population

2012 № 4/60/

Ts.Enkh-Uyanga

18th Congress of Chinese Communist Party and Main Political Figures

2012 № 4/60/

Ch.Oyunjargal

Proposal for Establishing the NEA Coal Association and Japan`s Support: Anticipating Partner`s Moves Using an Extensive-Form Game Theory

2012 № 4/60/

N.Dorjsuren

Domestic Developments in North Korea: Economic Reform

2012 № 4/60/

 

Conference on “Assessment of Mongolian Economic Security”

2012 № 4/60/

 

Conference on “Immunity of the Constitution and National Security

2012 № 4/60/

 

CSCAP Memorandum No. 19: Reduction and Elimination of  Nuclear Weapons

2012 № 4/60/

 

CSCAP Memorandum No. 22: Nonproliferation of  Weapons of Mass Destruction

2012 № 3/59/

L.Anar-Erdene

Election turnout

2012 № 3/59/

O.Mashbat

Future of Mongolian Democracy

2012 № 3/59/

Ch.Narantuya

Russian New Energy Strategy

2012 № 3/59/

B.Indra, B.Ariunzul, Ts.Enkh-Uyanga

Returns of Chinese Invested Companies in Mongolia

2012 № 3/59/

Ch.Oyunjargal

Proposal for Establishing the Northeast Asian Coal Association

2012 № 3/59/

Udo B.Barkmann

Mongolia and Its “Third Neighbor” Policy Prospects

2012 № 3/59/

 

Presentations of “Mongol – Indian Bilateral Security Dialogue”

2012 № 3/59/

 

Stanford University  Professors Lectures

2012 № 2/58/

A.Tsatsralt, Ts.Ariunbold

Nuclear Weapon Free Status of Mongolia and Its Precedence in the Region

2012 № 2/58/

N.Soyolgerel

Chinese Interests in Central Asia and Its Energy Strategy

2012 № 2/58/

B.Ariunzul

Chinese Economic Prospects

2012 № 2/58/

G.Bazarvaani

Germany`s Policy to Attract its Diasporas

2012 № 2/58/

N.Erdenetsogt

“Constitutional System as an Object of National Security of Mongolia

2012 № 2/58/

L.Anar-Erdene, Ts.Ariunbold

Social Grievance and Its Factors

2012 № 2/58/

U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Paneta

The US Rebalance towards the Asia-Pacific

2012 № 2/58/

 

Presentations Delivered in the Round Table Meeting on “Potential Risks to Economic Security”

2012 № 1/57/

N.Soyolgerel

Mongolia`s SCO observer status: Political opportunities

2012 № 1/57/

B.Ganzorig, D.Nachin

Foreign Investmentin Mongolia: Ways for Implementing a “balanced investment” Policy

2012 № 1/57/

Ch.Narantuya

Russia`s Policies and Real Steps in the Process of regional Integration

2012 № 1/57/

Ts.Enkh-Uyanga

China`s Policy Towards Ethnic Minorities

2012 № 1/57/

B.Ariunzul

China`s GDP Growth Slows: Its Reasons and Potential social implications

2012 № 1/57/

L.Byambakhand

U.S-China Economic and Financial Relations: The Current Developments and Future Trends

2012 № 1/57/

G.Bazarvaani

Possibilities for Mongolia`s Accession to the OSCE and its neighbors Positions

2012 № 1/57/

T.Yanjintsevel

Southeast Asian Integration Process: Free Trade Agreement between Japan and China

2012 № 1/57/

 

Conference on Mongolia`s “Third neighbor” Policy

2011 № 4/56/

D.Ganbat

Basic principles  reflected in the National Security Concept of Mongolia

2011 № 4/56/

D.Orgil

Mongolia`s Foreign Security Environment: Implication of Chinese Economic Growth in Mongolian National Security

2011 № 4/56/

Ts.Davaadorj, P.Anarbayar

Resource Related Conflict and National Security

2011 № 4/56/

O.Mashbat

National Security Concept of Mongolia and the Limitations of “Third neighbor” Policy

2011 № 4/56/

L.Byambakhand

U.S-China Defense Relations

2011 № 4/56/

Liyan Hu,

Ter-Shing Cheng

China`s Energy Security and Geo-Economic Interests in Central Asia

2011 № 4/56/

The “China and Asia” Task Force

China and Asia: On A Path of Common Deveropment

2011 № 4/56/

N.Soyolgerel

Kyrgyzstan`s New Political System: Political Leader`s Positions

2011 № 3/55/

M.Batchimeg

Economic Background of Political Destiny

2011 № 3/55/

O.Mashbat

Mongolian Strategy Towards Korean Peninsula: A Policy Dictated by Geopolitical Imperatives

2011 № 3/55/

B.Ariunzul, Ts.Enkh-Uyanga

Chinese Doctrine of <<Peaceful  Development>>

2011 № 3/55/

S.Enkhbat

China`s Policy Towards North Korea

2011 № 3/55/

Ts.Bumkhorol

Russia`s Central Asia Policy and its Implications in Mongolia

2011 № 3/55/

Ch.Oyunchimeg

The World Food Price Crisis: Causes and Consequences

2011 № 3/55/

D.Munkhtur

Understanding Economic Relations Between Mongolia and its <<Third Neighbor>> Countries

2011 № 3/55/

A.Tsatsralt

ROK Defense White Paper 2010

2011 № 2/54/

B.Indra

Purpose and Peculiarities of the PRC`s 12th Five-Year Plan

2011  № 2/54/

Z.Pagmajav

Characters and Tendencies of Cross Strait Relations

2011 № 2/54/

Phillip C.Caunders, Ross Rustici

Chinese Military Transparency: Evaluating the 2010 Defense White Paper

2011 № 2/54/

G.Dorjzodov

Sino-Russian Strategic Partnership: Controversial Issues and Their Postiions

2011 № 2/54/

Ts.Lkham

EU Foreign Policy on Energy and Ram Material Security, and Mongolia

2011 № 2/54/

B.Tsetsegsaikhan

Foreign Investment Retums

2011 № 2/54/

Yi Fong-Chi

The Development Tendency of the PRC`s Coal Mining Industry

2011 № 1/53/

M.Batchimeg

National Security of Mongolia: The New Concept and the New Policy

2011 № 1/53/

О.Мashbat

Security of Existence in the National Security Concept of Mongolia

2011 № 1/53/

Ts.Davaadorj

Issues of Theory and Practice of Ensuring Economic Security in National Security Concept of Mongolia

2011 № 1/53/

D.Adyabazar

Homeland security risks of Mongolia

2011 № 1/53/

D.Enkhmaa, Ch.Oyunchimeg

Human security in the national security concept

2011 № 1/53/

T.Bulgan, Ts.Bumkhorol

Environmental Security in the National Security Concept

2011 № 1/53/

D.Enkhbat

Information Security in the  National Security Concept