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Mongolian Journal of International Affairs
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ISSN (Print) 1023-3741
Published by Mongolia Journals Online Homepage  [5 journals]
  • Development Status of Digital Economy in Northeast Asian Countries and
           China’s Opportunities

    • Authors: Song Linlin
      Abstract: With the vigorous development of digital technology, the development of the digital economy has become an important component of the global economy. Against the background of negative growth of major global economies hit hard by the COVID-19 epidemic, the steadily rising digital economy has become a key force to boost the global economy and an important engine to promote global economic development. Northeast Asian countries should use the dividends released by the digital economy to promote the coordinated development of digital technology innovation within the region, respond to technological revolution and industrial transformation, and build new international competitive advantages. This article provides a detailed overview of the current development status of digital economy in various countries in Northeast Asia, analyzes the challenges faced by countries in the region in developing cross-border digital economic and trade cooperation from three aspects: political mutual trust, digital divide, and network security. It further proposes to build a cross-border digital service trade platform in Northeast Asia, establish a China North Russia Far East digital free trade zone, so as to promote the deepening of cooperation and common development in digital trade within the region.
      PubDate: 2023-10-02
      DOI: 10.5564/mjia.v24i1.2682
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2023)
  • Driving Factors and Feasibility Analysis: China–Mongolia Collaboration
           on Climate Change under the Belt and Road Initiative Framework

    • Authors: Pin Zuo, Zolboo Dashnyam, Ping Jiang
      Abstract: The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) offers great opportunities for China and Mongolia to collaborate on tackling climate change. However, few studies have focused on China–Mongolia collaboration on climate change under the BRI’s sustainable development framework; in particular, studies have neglected the factors and feasibility of collaboration. Focusing on China and Mongolia, this study first discusses the evolution of legislation in China and Mongolia in the context of dealing with climate change and then explores the factors that influence China–Mongolia collaboration on climate change mitigation from the perspectives of climate environmental governance and energy development at the domestic level. Subsequently, the paper analyzes the Paris Agreement to identify international factors that can influence climate change cooperation between the two countries. Finally, based on the results of this analysis, this paper identifies geopolitical relations, the energy supply, technology and investment, and the demand for a transition to sustainable development as the main driving forces for China and Mongolia to collaborate on climate change mitigation under the BRI. Finally, the paper concludes that collaboration between the two countries is highly feasible.
      PubDate: 2023-09-26
      DOI: 10.5564/mjia.v24i1.2903
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2023)
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