A resident walks with a bicycle in front of the national parliament building at Sukhbaatar square on Mongolia's annual Car-Free Day, in Ulan Bator (REUTERS/Mareike Guensche).
Opinion | Brookings Northeast Asia Commentary
Democracy and Poverty: A Lesson from Mongolia
As Mongolia prepares to host the seventh ministerial conference of the Community of Democracies in late April, Nyamosor Tuya highlights the organization’s acknowledgement of the nexus between development, human rights and democracy. She illustrates how Mongolia’s experience underlines the importance of recognizing this dynamic, and how the meetings in Ulaanbaatar can help Mongolians reflect on their own challenges in this area.