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G20 Summit: Looking for Compromise

... a large set of bilateral agreements between public and private bodies. The summit also demonstrated that Russia is actively and successfully stepping up cooperation with Latin American countries and enhancing its multi-format collaboration with the BRICS nations, particularly with China and India. It is both curious and telling that the media was most interested in the meetings held by Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, and Donald Trump. However, we should mention the different approaches of these heads of state. For example, the President of the ...


Recalibrate India — Russia Relationship

... Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District are encouraging, though not sufficient at all. Creating and sustaining cooperation across diplomatic platforms The Indo-Russian collaboration has been vibrant and active across multiple international forums including BRICS and Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) that stand out amid the majority of international diplomatic forums led by the West. India’s accession to the SCO and the recent multinational counter-terrorism military exercise provides an opportunity to deepen its involvement in the Eurasian geopolitics. Also, the bilateral collaboration has been strategic in terms of creating new ...


BRICS Summit: A Blessing in Disguise

... BRICS president’s rating has recently dropped to junk, thus prompting the idea of the organization establishing a rating agency of its own), it is still only a background. Probably, given the considerable contradictions in India–China relations, India is indeed the relatively “weak” link in BRICS. This applies not only to unresolved territorial disputes, but also to its strategic resistance to Beijing’s Belt and Road initiative, as well as other issues. Of course, the United States plays the Indian card in its rivalry with China with varying ...


SCO: The Cornerstone Rejected by the Builders of a New Eurasia?

... or another. This means that the SCO is still facing institutional competition, albeit in an implicit and relatively mild form. We have already mentioned the SCO’s rivalry with the EAEU, but this is not the only possible scenario. For example, the BRICS organization (which includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) is based on the Eurasian triangle of Russia, India and China (the “RIC” part of the acronym). Now that India is a member of the SCO, the latter has come to reproduce, somewhat belatedly, the Eurasian triangle of BRICS; ...


70th Anniversary of Russia-India Relations: New Horizons of Privileged Partnership: Report. Foreword from the Indian Side

... alter the nature of BRICS and consolidate its leading role in it by launching the idea of BRICS plus, which will serve as a platform for expanding its geopolitical and geoeconomic goals, and, in the process, diminish the relative role of Russia and India in the forum. Russia’s belief that BRICS can be used to promote multipolarity, offer an alternative vision of global governance, potentially prevent western excesses and so on does not, in India’s eyes, take into account China’s disruptive conduct, its territorial irredentism, its ...


70th Anniversary of Russia-India Relations: New Horizons of Privileged Partnership: Report. Foreword from the Russian Side

... global food consumption, the exacerbation of the problem of chemical fertilizers, the dwindling fresh water reserves and the necessity to disinfect products. All these topics are parts of the new paradigm of strategic partner relations between Russia and India. The SCO and BRICS frameworks are large enough to attract China, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran and other countries in the Indo-Pacific region to Russia–India bilateral relations in these large-scale projects. In Russia, the task of building a digital economy as a ...


Space Platform for BRICS Cooperation

... Instruments on Outer Spacе Activities, New York, July 27, 2015. URL ; BRICS Leaders Xiamen Declaration: Full text. 2017. URL .


BRICS: Will the Future be Brighter?

... governance. Firstly, the formation of BRICS caused opposition both in Western countries and among supporters of the «universal model of development» and Westernization in the countries within the union. There is an ongoing information war against BRICS; India, leading in terms of economic growth, is constantly being contrasted to Russia and China, different from India in values and political ambitions. Secondly, BRICS critics claim that the association lost its momentum and therefore is no longer relevant....


Russia–India Strategic Partnership: Have We Hit a Plateau?

... to take a serious look at their approach to building relations if they want to take their partnership to the next level. The BRICS Summit took place in Goa on October 15–16 and reaffirmed yet again the close partner ties enjoyed by Russia and India. In keeping with tradition, the BRICS platform was chosen as the venue for preliminary agreements and contracts on military and technical cooperation and energy to be signed. However, despite the impressive set of documents signed in Goa, it would seem that cooperation between Moscow ...


Where Is BRICS Headed? On the Results of the Goa Summit

... their rival? First, it would be too great an honor. Second, why alert an enemy coalition that threatens the US hegemony (it applies primarily to Russia and China)? The Goa Summit: Fears and Results It was against this background that fears concerning India’s presidency in BRICS abounded. It was claimed this presidency would lead to the association’s stagnation, that nothing radically new and important would happen during India’s year, that the Goa Summit would be essentially a technicality. Initially, India ...


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