This work examines Mongolian civil society, which is often
described by scholars, politicians, and civil society practitioners
as 'vibrant' and 'strong'. It concludes that while civil society
space does exist in Mongolia, it is neither fully institutionalized
nor respected by the state, by politicians, by business or by other
actors. Moreover, democratic values and norms are not internalized
because internalization is something that takes several generations
to accomplish. The widespread reliance on informal networks
undermines efforts to promote democratic values and norms as well
as trust in democratic institutions. Mongolian civil society is
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