The Experimental High School Attached to Beijing Normal Universit
This paper briefly summarizes the key risks of Mongolia in four areas–economic, social, political, and geopolitical. Among them, social risks, especially over-concentration of population, is the highest. Then, economical risks, majorly economic instability, along with political risks, majorly low administrative efficiency, are in medium range. Lastly, geopolitical risks, best represented by “Third Neighbor” doctrine that destroys the balance between Mongolia, China, and Russia, is in the low range. The risk report focuses on the upcoming year–from June,2020 to June,2021. In the upcoming year, the pandemic of COVID-19 along with the presidency of new president Ukhnaa Khurelsukh will bring changes to the major risks of Mongolia. Therefore, this paper will try to predict the new risks and their levels in the future 12 months.