Mongolians like their meat, but a brave few are giving it up. From EurasiaNet.
Can Chinese goods and investment help raise living standards and nurture democratic growth in Kazakhstan?
Fast-growing economic ties are contributing to a new interest in things Chinese among Mongolians – and to manifestations of hatred.
Amid occasional signs of anti-Chinese sentiment, the Kazakh elite are happy to see China upping its stakes in the country’s most valuable industries.
Long cut off from its historical ties to Central Asia, Beijing now sees Xinjiang as a keystone of China’s security, development, and energy policy.
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