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DASHTSEREN Batchimeg is a self-reliant researcher specializing in geopolitics and
sustainable development. With a wealth of 15 years of experience in both corporate and
development banking, she has contributed her expertise to institutions such as VTB
Bank’s Paris branch and Agence Française de Développement. In addition to her
professional achievements, Batchimeg has shared her knowledge by teaching
international public law and international private law at the National University of
Mongolia. She earned her PhD in International Private Law from the State University of
Tomsk (Russia), a Masters degree in Business Law from the University of Paris –
Dauphine, and a Postgraduate degree in Banking Law from UCL – University College
London.

Autres analyses

A Trip to Japan — Yves Carmona

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Ketagalan Forum 2023

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Mongolian Game on Geopolitical Chessboard Dashtseren Batchimeg

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Dashtseren Batchimeg explores in her enlightened brief Mongolia’s geopolitical position and comprehensive national power (CNP), focusing on its ability to balance between China and Russia. It analyzes Mongolia’s strategic ressources, military capabilities, and diplomatic engagement. The article proposes Mongolia’s potential role in sustainable development, advocating for an Asian Union on this purpose. It suggests that Mongolia, with its equilibrium approach, could consolidate allies on the geopolitical chessboard through such a strategy.

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