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It is interesting to look at the secular case of Mongolia in several ways. Its geographical position makes it special and unique because, politically, it is wedged between Russia and China – two recognized authoritarian regimes -, and environmentally, its desert, steppes and plains make it a unique ecosystem.
The country is classified as free by Freedom House and as a flawed democracy by the Democracy Index published by the Financial Economist Intelligence.
Long characterized by a nomadic population, Mongolia is now facing the challenge of rapid urbanization, which presents also opportunities.
Today the country is positioned in the third quartile of the ranking penalized by the below average performance in terms of governance (transparency and democratic values) and by bottom ranked performance in terms of environment.
Source: DPAM, July 2022