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BRICS FM Meeting in Brazil: Priorities Reloaded

... the agenda put forth by Brazil during its year of presidency in the BRICS might not seem too ambitious, there do appear to be important priorities accorded by the Brazilian side to issues of economic cooperation in the sphere of innovation and digital economy development. With important innovations of the past several years such as the BRICS+ and outreach exercises unlikely to be actively pursued this year, Brazil will likely seek to show more results in the economic and security areas to mark its contribution to developing and furthering the BRICS policy agenda. For India's External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar the upcoming meeting in Brazil Is set to be the first engagement with his BRICS counterparts since assuming ...


Does it worth Germany and France taking refuge into the arms of Russia and China?

... and necessary to gain some economic momentum after four years of ruinous sanctions. Macron now openly engages the idea of a security framework with Russia; with the same Russia that sometimes ago Macron was pulling diplomats from over the poisoning of ... ... of spending billions on NATO to defend Germany while Germany is building a gas pipeline with Russia, Nordstream 2, to run its economy and resell gas around Europe. He is also right to state that, Europe’s defense isn’t our responsibility anymore. He’s ...


European Union Impact on Central Asia: Political, Economic, Security and Social Spheres

... and Turkmenistan have experienced much less of an impact thus far; - The EU's economic impact has been the strongest in Kazakhstan and to some degree in Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, while in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan it has been much weaker; - In the security sphere, the EU's impact has been the mostly pronounced in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, to a lesser extent in Kazakhstan, minor in Uzbekistan, and virtually non-existent in Turkmenistan; - The EU's social policy has had the clearest impact in Kazakhstan,...


Mundial 2014: Brazil is More than Soccer

... further action, hinting at cyber-terror during the tournament. Hence, cybersecurity has become a priority alongside traditional security measures. The Israeli company Risco provided monitoring equipment and installed it at stadiums, charging Brazil USD 2 ... ... part of those who believe that national sovereignty must prevail. On the whole, hosting the World Cup is good for a national economy by attracting foreign capital, creating jobs, and stimulating consumer demand and tourism. Late 2013 forecasts indicated ...


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