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Part of the Mongolian Affairs Special Series


Number 649
Michael Klecheski, a retired US Department of State Foreign Service Officer who previously served as the US Ambassador to Mongolia, explains that "the current strength of US-Mongolia ties is of prime importance" as "growing Sino-Russian rapprochement raises new concerns about Mongolia’s ability to continue its balancing role with those two countries."
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The United States has been understanding of Mongolia’s difficult geopolitical situation, so that the invasion [of Ukraine by Russia] has not damaged the US-Mongolia relationship. Both sides realize the importance of that relationship, and... it is fundamentally in strong shape and meaningfully serves both US and Mongolian interests.

Part of the Mongolian Affairs Special Series


Number 649
Michael Klecheski, a retired US Department of State Foreign Service Officer who previously served as the US Ambassador to Mongolia, explains that "the current strength of US-Mongolia ties is of prime importance" as "growing Sino-Russian rapprochement raises new concerns about Mongolia’s ability to continue its balancing role with those two countries."
for additional titles in the
Asia Pacific Bulletin

The United States has been understanding of Mongolia’s difficult geopolitical situation, so that the invasion [of Ukraine by Russia] has not damaged the US-Mongolia relationship. Both sides realize the importance of that relationship, and... it is fundamentally in strong shape and meaningfully serves both US and Mongolian interests.

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