Mongolia country studies

Mongolia country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Early Development, Ca. 220 B.C.-A.D. 1206
Xiongnu and Yuezhi
Donghu, Toba, and Ruruan
Rise of the Turk
Influence of Tang China
Kitan and Jurchen
The Era of Chinggis Khan, 1206-27
Early Wars in China
Conquest of Khwarizm
The Last Campaign of Chinggis Khan
Successors of Chinggis, 1228-59
Subetei and the European Expedition
Reign of Kuyuk
Mengke and the War in China
Khubilai Khan and the Yuan Dynasty, 1261-1368
The Yuan Dynasty
The Ilkhans
The Golden Horde
The Mongol Decline
Mongolia in Transition, 1368-1911
Caught Between the Russians and the Manchus
The End of Independence
Modern Mongolia, 1911-84
Revolutionary Transformation, 1921-24
Mongolian People's Republic, 1925- 28
Purges of the Opposition, 1928-32
Economic Gradualism and National Defense, 1932-45
Peacetime Development, 1946-52
Socialist Construction Under Tsedenbal, 1952-84
Geography
Climate
Environmental Concerns
The Society
Population
Ethnic and Linguistic Groups
Pastoral Nomadism
Traditional Patterns
Planned Modernization
Collectivized Farming and Herding
Kinship, Family, and Marriage
Position of Women
Social Mobility
Cultural Unity and Mongol Identity
Buddhism
Health and Welfare
Education
The Economy
Socialist Framework of the Economy
Natural Resources
Agriculture
Industry
Banking and Insurance
Labor Force
Foreign Economic Relations and Comecon
Tourism
Government
Government Structure
Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party
The Political Process
Foreign Policy
Soviet Union
China
United States
The Media
Bibliography

http://www.genderindex.org/country/mongolia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mongolia


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