The world’s second-oldest “workers’ democracy” has shed the Marxist adjective, but becoming a full-fledged capitalist economy will take a while longer by Troy McGrath Incumbent President Punsalmaagiyn Ochirbat began election day last May in an awkward position, having left his passport at home. The president spent an uncomfortable few minutes in front of the press […]

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