INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


MONGOLIA-RUSSIA RELATIONS AFTER COLD WAR

The relationship between Mongolia and Russia has been subject to change depending on time. Before 1990, in the USSR period the relations between Russia and Mongolia were completely different from the next stage of relations between Mongolia and Russia, when the Soviet Union broke up. From Mongolian perspective the political relations in the period of the Soviet Union were restricted and dependent that made Mongolia to act as a satellite state. After the disintegration of the Eastern Bloc, the Government of Mongolia as an internationally independent country, organized its relationship with the Russian Federation in a way that it could maintain its balance policy. Both economic and political relations between the two countries will be interpreted in the pre -1990 period and after the dissolution of the Soviet Union within the framework of the balance policy of the Republic of Mongolia that were conduced in accordance with the approach of the small states as well as within the framework of the post-Soviet policies of the Russian Federation



Keywords
Mongolian Foreign Policy, Soviet Union, Balance Policy



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