Entries Tagged as 'News'

Visitors – Michaelmas Term

September 19th, 2012 by admin

The MIASU is delighted to welcome the following visitors for all or part of the Michaelmas Term 2012 Dr Laurent Legrain Université Libre de Bruxelles (Songs, hospitality and tone. The affective and emotional side of social networks in rural Mongolia) Dr Shurkhuu Dorj The Institute of International Studies, Mongolian Academy of Sciences (Politics of Railways) […]

MONGOLIAN ELECTIONS – PART 2

September 3rd, 2012 by admin

A second report from Alan Sanders The Mongolian Great Khural Election 2012 Part 2: Formation of the Democracy-Justice Coalition Government (Continued from Part 1 dated 8 July) The oath of office was taken by 69 of the 72 new Great Khural members on 16 July. The Khural’s opening session on 19 July was chaired by […]

MONGOLIAN ELECTIONS

August 1st, 2012 by admin

A report from ALAN SANDERS ON THE MONGOLIAN ELECTIONS – 28 June 2012 The Mongolian Great Khural Election 2012 The 2012 general election to the 76-seat Mongolian Great Khural (national assembly) was held on 28 June, 48 seats being contested in 26 constituencies by simple majority vote and 28 seats being filled for the first […]

Friends of MIASU – Launch

June 15th, 2012 by admin

The Friends of MIASU had its London Launch on Monday 11 June with  a reception accompanied by an art exhibition by Wuriqiefu at Asia House in London. For further information on the Friends membership and activities please follow the link. Patron of the Friends, The Earl of St Andrews, with Dr Bulag

Visiting Scholars – Easter Term

April 11th, 2012 by admin

Professor Ciren Yanzong (Tsering Yangdzom)  (Tibetan-Mongolian relations and Modern Tibetan History connected to the Panchen Lama) Tibet University Dr Naran Torgonshar (desertification, grassland degradation, Inner Mongolia) Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Dr Michela Clemente (Early Tibetan printing) IsIAO (Rome) Benedikte Lindskog (maternal and child health in Mongolia/ oboos and oboo worship in Mongolia) Oslo University