Nyamosor Tuya is a former Foreign Minister of Mongolia (1998-2000). In 2000, she briefly served as Mongolia’s Acting Prime Minister in a caretaker government. She was an active promoter of Mongolia’s engagement with multilateral processes of economic and security cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region and of a more visible role for Mongolia in regional affairs. She has worked on regional security issues in the Asia-Pacific since the mid-1990s, both in and out of government. Her previous positions included those of Director of Policy Planning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Counselor at Mongolia’s Mission to the United Nations. In 2010, she briefly was back in government to represent Mongolia at the 2010 NPT Review Conference. She has held visiting fellowships at the Brookings Institution and the University of Urbana-Champaign. She has studied international relations and political theory at the Moscow Institute of International Relations, the SAIS-Johns Hopkins University and the University of Leeds, and French culture at the University of Paris-Sorbonne.
Asia-Pacific security issues, nuclear weapons
Policy Brief No 46 - The Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty: Springboard for the 2018 Disarmament Conference? , October 25, 2017
Giving Diplomacy a Chance , October 7, 2016
Democracy and Poverty: A Lesson from Mongolia, Brookings, April 9, 2013
Mongolia’s Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status: Recognition vs. Institutionalization, Brookings, August 31, 2012
What is at Stake in Mongolia’s Election? Brookings, June 26, 2012