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What Could Take BRICS Forward?

... (except in 2020), and this advantage is predicted by the IMF until 2026 and beyond. The third scenario is a careful search for a balance while preserving the existing membership of the association, goals and objectives. For this to happen, China, India and Brazil need to revise their approaches to bilateral relations, smoothing out their contradictions. BRICS should work on the mistakes after the pandemic, trying to formulate joint responses to the serious challenges that are looming today, including those ...


R6 — the Case for a New Global Currency Basket

... objects in the mirror are closer than they appear.” In other words, China may also be a subject to sanctions at one point partially or fully. Tristan Kenderdine: US–Iran Conflict Would Strengthen China’s Position in the Middle East China, Russia, India, Brazil, and South Africa are the founding members of the New Development Bank . NDB’s 2017–2021 general strategy clearly highlights the bank’s commitment and intention to be new in three areas: 1) new relationships; 2) new projects and instruments; ...


India and Latin America: When a Rising Power and an Emergent Growth Pole Engage

... incessant American pressure to shutter oil purchases from civil strife torn Venezuela, to having to contend with top trading partner Mexico banding with the Coffee Club subset of spoilers within the UN, which seeks to torpedo the candidature of the G-04 (India, Brazil, Germany and Japan), who advocate their eminent credentials for Permanent Membership of the UN. At the core of a new era in India-Latin America relations, has to be creation and nurturing of much-improved understanding of each other’s societal ...


BRICS Summit: A Blessing in Disguise

... for India will make it possible for New Delhi to continue to receive an endless supply of “carrots” from Washington unless India has additional insurance and an alternative counterbalance. For Russia, the current situation is interesting in that now ... ... World Health Organization’s Global Ministerial Conference on Ending Tuberculosis held in Moscow, the World Water Forum in Brazil, the Vaccine Research and Development Center and matters related to outer space – that is, everything that was not listed ...


Space Platform for BRICS Cooperation

... monitoring, urban growth, soil occupation, education and other applications. 3. In 2011 Russia and India launched a scientific-educational satellite called YouthSat to study solar flares and their influence on the Earth. 4. The IBSA trilateral alliance (India, Brazil, South Africa), formalized in 2003, stands for reciprocal exchange of knowledge in S&T sphere in space domain. 5. Surprisingly, in this “adult” realm youth dimension has its voice: in the wake of the first Youth BRICS Summit (2015) Ministers ...


BRICS: Will the Future be Brighter?

... cooperation development within BRICS in such key areas of interaction as policy and security, economy, trade and investment, agriculture, science and innovation, education, health, culture, etc. has passed. The first summit of the heads of state from Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) was held on the initiative of Russia in 2009 in Yekaterinburg. The format was considered successful, and summit meetings became annual. In 2011, the most economically developed state of Africa, South Africa, became an official member ...


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

... association’s opponents emphasize the fact that the BRICS states do not demonstrate a united foreign policy front. For instance, they do not always vote together on important issues in the UN Security Council, and China does not entirely welcome India, Brazil, and South Africa’s desire to become permanent members of the Security Council. Yet political reality tells us different. Recently, the US and the West, without making an open declaration to that effect, have been taking BRICS seriously, ...


The United Nations’ legitimacy is unique

... number of UNSC members was increased from 11 to 15. We support the idea of a further expansion and believe that the developing countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America are underrepresented in the UNSC. Therefore, we support the applications from India and Brazil for permanent representation in the UNSC. We believe that a permanent presence of the African continent in the council must be ensured in a similar way because, let me stress this again, the developing countries are clearly not sufficiently represented ...


BRICS New Development Bank: From Private to Public

... World Bank — and start to operate in new areas, such as insurance and arbitration services. Parallel initiatives can also help to improve the bank’s work. For example, the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), China’s Silk Road fund, Brazil’s BTG Pactual, South Africa’s DMSA and India’s IDFC all signed an agreement at the BRICS Summit in Ufa on joint investment and infrastructure projects. It is expected that the funds will be used on a bilateral basis with a focus on investment projects and capital shares, rather than ...


Africa – BRICS common ground

... . Business TASS. November 21, 2012. 31 . South Africa MUST do More to PUT Africa at Core of Commercial, Foreign Policies // Standard Bank. June 12, 2012. 32 . Tjonneland, E. N. Providing Development Aid to Africa. Comparing South Africa with China, India and Brazil. // SAFPI Policy Brief 25. Cape Town: South African Foreign Policy Initiative. 2013. 33 . Kandalinstev, V. The BRICS Countries in the Flow of Foreign Direct Investments // Eastern Analytics. Yearbook 2012. Economics and Politics of Eastern Countries....


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    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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