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The ‘Multiplier Effect’ of BRICS+

... in Latin America and the Eurasian economies from the Global South. The Eurasian constellation of developing economies can be formed on the basis of the aggregation of the main regional integration blocs such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), ASEAN, SAARC, EAEU. Such an extended platform across all three continents of the Global South may be termed as TRIA ( Trilateral Intercontinental Alliance ) and it comprises nearly 125-130 developing economies (depending on the exact methodological approach ...


Disagreements between States Should Be Resolved in a Peaceful, Civilized Manner Based on International Law

... peoples of our countries. A unifying agenda is being promoted by the initiative of Russian President Vladimir Putin to develop Greater Eurasian Partnership. Participation in it is open to all states of the continent, including the members of the EAEU, SCO, ASEAN, as well as, in case there is such interest, the European Union. Systematic implementation of the initiative will not only strengthen positive connectivity and improve the competitiveness of all participants but will also be a solid foundation in ...


Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Habitual Challenges and New Opportunities

... environment. In other words, Beijing perceives the Shanghai spirit not as an abstract concept but rather as an issue of its foreign policy. Regular meeting of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), 2-13 July 2013 In your 2012 article "ASEAN and Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Similar Trends and Tasks," [5] you wrote that the two organizations could supplement each other without causing any harm to their independence. Have you noticed any signs of their practical engagement ...


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