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Modern Mongolia From Khans To Commissars To Capitalists 9780520244191 By Morris Rossabi

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Nuclear Power. Sex Education in Schools. Social Networking Sites. Stem Cell Research. Perhaps most telling is the long failure to produce economic growth, despite Mongolia being one of the highest per capita recipients of foreign aid in the world.

Rossabi goes on to consider the effects of the drastic reduction in the role of the state: on herders and rural society; on poverty , education and health; and on the environment, arts, religion, and the media. And he finishes with a look at Mongolia's relationships with other countries: Russia, Japan, South Korea, the United States, the other central Asian nations, and above all China with an entire chapter on Sino-Mongolian relations.

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And though his unhappiness about blinkered approaches to development is patent, his fundamental interest remains description rather than advocacy. Modern Mongolia makes a fascinating case study in application of "Washington consensus" economic policies, even for those without a specific interest in Mongolia. September External links: - buy from Amazon.