I think it’s because it’s Mongolian, which is a place of death and mystery.
Yes.Although it does have the misfortune of falling under the jurisdiction of China, the Mongolian government is a pretty friendly one. According to a source I spoke with, Mongolia has been friendly to the U.S. for the past few years, and that’s why they’re so eager to help the U.S. with the North Korea issue.
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the U.S. is trying to help Mongolia. Mongolia is a former Soviet country, and the current government there views the U.S. as a threat. Its also worth noting that the North Korean government has been friendly to the U.S. and is involved in the Korean War. The current U.S. government is more interested in keeping the Kim regime in place and avoiding war with North Korea than trying to help the Mongolian government.
I don’t think the U.S. government is actually interested in keeping the Kim regime in place and avoiding war with North Korea. They don’t want to see a war break out. That’s their goal. I think the U.S. government is really trying to keep its options open, and that’s why they keep calling Mongolia.
The reason for this is that a war with Mongolia would have to be pretty awful to be worth going to war over. The Mongolian government, it seems, is getting a lot of support from the U.S. government right now. U.S. officials have been trying to get the Mongolian government to support the U.S. in the Korean War, but the Mongolian government is mostly just doing its own thing. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the U.
S.S. Mongolia has a lot of history of fighting with the Soviet Union. That war is probably the reason Mongolia has so many statues of Soviet soldiers and generals on its territory. Mongolia has also been working to develop ties with the U.S.. This is a good thing for Mongolia right now, but it could end up being bad in the future. You could make the argument that the U.S.
They can’t have the U.S.S.Mongolia go to war with Germany on its own.
That’s a good point but they are already a major power in the region. They have an embassy, they have strong economic ties to the U.S., and Mongolia still is a major hub for trade. They just are not a superpower right now. It will be interesting to see how this relationship develops.
You can’t just go and start a war just because you need to. The United States was a major power for thousands of years before the end of the Cold War, and in that time, the U.S. made sure that it was not going to start wars on its own. So, in a way, you should keep your distance from other countries.