Subjects of Modern World Arrangement: the Nomadic Mongolia

Subjects of Modern World Arrangement:
the Nomadic Mongolia

Zheleznyakov A.S.,

Dr. Sci. (Pol. Sci.), Head, International Center of Sociological and Political Studies of Inner Asia, Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS; Principal Researcher, Institute of Sociology, RAS,

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For citation:

Zheleznyakov A.S. Subjects of Modern World Arrangement: the Nomadic Mongolia . – Polis. Political Studies. 2009. No. 4. P. 135-148. (In Russ.)


The article tackles the question of Mongolia’s position among large subjects of the modern world arrangement. Mongolia, the only independent state that has wholly become an organically constituent part of Inner Asia, appears as its center, as the kernel of an intermediary civilization. The unique position of the nomadic and Buddhist Mongolia provides her with potential ability to become one of the poles of the world.

Content No. 4, 2009

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