Co-organized by the CAMCA Forum founders:
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at AFPC, The CAMCA Network The Rumsfeld Foundation
Lessons from Kyrgyzstan's Experiment with Parliamentarism
Mongolia, heavily reliant on trade with China, faced continuous challenges throughout the pandemic to maintain steady functioning of its economy. China’s ongoing closure of its border, as well as budget constraints, negatively affected the Mongolian economy. As a response to these challenges, the Government of Mongolia has proposed the economic 'New Revival Policy', which is aiming to not only solve the immediate challenges, but address the fundamental economic obstacles.
Tuvshinzaya Gantulga – Visiting Fellow, National Institute for Strategic Studies
Dulguun Baasandavaa – Advisor, Ministry of Economy and Development of Mongolia
Irmuun Demberel – Advisor, Prime Minister of Mongolia
Khulan Davaadorj – Founder and CEO, Lhamour
Svante Cornell – Director, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at American Foreign Policy Council
When: Wednesday, March 23, 2022,
9:00 AM EST (9:00 PM Ulaanbaatar time)
The event will also be live-streamed on the CACI Facebook page and the Silk Road Studies website.
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