Thursday, November 8, 2007

Lively Democracy and Bogged Down Deals

The world's media today is announcing the not entirely unexpected resignation of the Mongolian Prime Minister, Miyeegombiin Enkhbold.  I was particularly struck by one sentence in the Reuters report:

Mongolia's lively democracy has caused valuable mining deals to get bogged down in political discussion.

That's one perspective  Another perspective is presented in this very interesting (and, I think, nicely balanced) piece from the Columbia Spectator. 

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