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January 2014

The Role of Peacekeeping in Mongolia’s Military Strategy: A New Paradigm for Security

Christopher Pultz

Articles

This article examines the military component of Mongolia’s security strategy and argues that the Mongolian Armed Forces (MAF) have redefined their objectives and identity by creating a modern military centered on peacekeeping and global peace-support operations.

May 2012

Mongolia: Growth, Democracy, and Two Wary Neighbors

Alan M. Wachman

Policy Q&A

Alan Wachman, an Associate Professor of International Politics at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, provides insight into Mongolia’s achievements, its relationship with Beijing, Moscow, and the United States, and into how the U.S. views Mongolia’s role in the international system.

January 2009

Advising the New U.S. President

Special Roundtables

What does the incoming administration need to know about Asia? Michael Green, T.J. Pempel, Nicholas Eberstadt, Robert Sutter, and 15 other editorial board members of NBR’s journal Asia Policy offer their expert recommendations on a wide array of topics, including China, North Korea, Japan, Mongolia, economic nationalism, terrorism, energy, S&T, and human rights. Advising the New U.S.

January 2008

Northeast Asia’s Kovykta Conundrum: A Decade of Promise and Peril

Se Hyun Ahn and Michael T. Jones

Articles

This article seeks to explain why—despite the potential for gas from Siberia and the Russian Far East to provide greater energy security for Northeast Asia—a decade of negotiations has still not resulted in an agreement to construct the Kovykta pipeline.

June 1996

The New Russia and Asia: 1991–1995

Herbert J. Ellison and Bruce A. Acker

Essays

Dismantling the Soviet Union reduced the Russian domain in Asia by 18 percent and its population by a spectacular 59 percent, from 75 million to 31 million. Russia became one of six new Asian states, obliged to rethink and restructure its Asian role without its vast Central Asian empire and build a new structure of economic and political relations, both with the traditional regional powers and with five newly independent Central Asian states.

   

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China's IP Transition: Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights in a Rising China
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Standards, Stakeholders, and Innovation: China's Evolving Role in the Global Knowledge Economy
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Preparing for Future Disasters: Strategic Assistance and the U.S.-Japan Alliance
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Japan’s Energy Security: Outlook and Implications
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Undernutrition: Creating New Reponses
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Powering Asia’s Growth: Meeting Rising Electricity Needs
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Electricity at the Right Price
Donald Hertzmark
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First Principles: Technology as an Enabler for Productive Power Markets
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Case Study on Power Sector Restructuring in Vietnam
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Prospects for Nuclear Energy in Asia
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Taking Renewable Energy to Scale in Asia
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Principles of Successful Expansion of Rural Electrification Programs
Daniel Waddle
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