Mongolia’s ex-communists learn and win, while a decimated opposition bets on a personality cult and loses by L. Sumati ULAN BATOR-With the formation of a government last week, Mongolia’s ex-communists completed their triumphant return to power after a four-year hiatus. Elections in July brought the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP) a sweeping victory throughout the […]

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