Perspectives mongoles sur l’Organisation de coopération de Shanghai – Batchimeg Dashtseren

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Since 2004, Mongolia has been an Observer State in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). As India and Pakistan joined the organization in June 2017, questions arose about the future of the organization. These questions are crucial for Mongolia, which may soon become an SCO member. Mongolia’s foreign policy is characterized by a will to strengthen relations with its two neighbors, China and Russia, while also increasing ties with its third neighbor. SCO membership may bring further regional economic integration for Mongolia. However, Mongolia must carefully assess the geopolitical impact of this decision on its existing relations, as well as on its sovereignty.

 

Author: Batchimeg Dashtseren

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Asia Trends #4 – Autumn 2018 – Trade Dynamics and Tensions in Asia

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Trends: TRADE DYNAMICS AND TENSIONS IN ASIA

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Perspectives mongoles sur l’organisation de coopération de Shanghai (Batchimeg Dashtseren)

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– Recension –

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