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China and Mongolia: Goliath and David?

At East Asia Forum, Justin Li discussed the Sinophobia in Mongolia caused by high dependence on China for trade and investment. In another article on the Forum, Julian Dierkes questioned Li's claims, and highlighted that significant shift in Mongolia's ‘third neighbour’ policy is possible. In a separate but related article in Asia Pacific Memo, Dierkes discussed how changes in Mongolia's political party landscape will affect populist tendencies and public discussion on national policies in Mongolia.

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