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Episode 27. The Geopolitics of Mongolia

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Smashed between Russia and China, Mongolia has a difficult position to begin with; but it was from that position that it once managed to create the largest contiguous empire known to man. What is the situation in Mongolia today though? Why has Mongolia become a peacemaker in Asia? and where does the future for Mongolia lie, In Moscow, in Beijing or in Washington? We sit down with our expert panel this week.



Morris Rossabi

  • Columbia University

Andrew Leung

  • International Consultant

Julian Dierkes

  • University of British Columbia


The Red Line's Mongolia Reading List:

We’ve put together some further reading for those of you looking for more resources to help you get across the geopolitics of Mongolia.




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