PolicyMic: How Mongolia will be a Democracy with Super Power Status in the Near Future

While all the recent foreign policy talk is divided between the Middle East, economic crises around the world, and the rising status of China, there is one country that can potentially make a splash in the near future: Mongolia. The main reason is because a small population with low density combines with a vast territory and undeveloped resource pools that can make the country a second Kazakhstan: rapid development of primary industries to fuel fast growth in economic output and personal wealth. Landlocked between China and Russia, Mongolia has a population of approximately 2.7 million, and a territory of approximately 1.5 million square kilometres. Its capital city is Ulaanbataar, with a population of approximately 1.3 million people. To read the full article, click hereHow Mongolia will be a Democracy with Super Power Status in the Near Future

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