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Limits of Globalization and BRICS Economic Cooperation

...The very coming into existence of BRICS (initially the triangle of Russia - India - China) goes back to the well-known event when then Russian Prime Minister Evgeny Primakov turned the plane around in 1999 as he was flying to the United States for a visit at the very time NATO started to bomb Yugoslavia. There was a feeling the time was right to set limits for globalization in politics (the way it was implemented by the West by the end of the XX century) as its economic aspects were coming under harsh criticism after the crises of 1997-1998...

Alexander SALITZKI | 14.01.2014


 

Russia to Develop Nuclear Energy in BRICS Countries

Recent news on Fukushima leaks once again sparks public concern about nuclear security. System failure of Fukushima’s reactor built by Westinghouse-Toshiba (US-Japan) did a lot of harm to the image of atomic industry as a safe and stable energy source. Russia on its part lays stress on disaster prevention and safety issues. Russia’s state company Rosatom is ready to offer innovative nuclear solutions to fellow BRICS countries...

Igor ALEXEEV | 28.08.2013


 

BRICS: Prospects for Cooperation

Since the fifth and most recent BRICS summit, which took place in March 2013 in Durban, South Africa, the unified participation of the «fivesome» (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) in international affairs has become even more noticeable. And it is no exaggeration to say that Russia is playing the role of the conceptual leader of BRICS... The main event of the BRICS summit in South Africa was the politically-motivated decision to create a BRICS Development Bank... The idea of creating the BRICS Development Bank started from a simple fact: the West blocked the redistribution of votes (country quotas) in the IMF to reflect changes in the relative economic weight of certain states...

Yuri BARANCHIK | 03.06.2013


 

Giants Face off atop the «Roof of the World»

...U.S. Special Forces, along with those of Britain, Israel, and France, are increasingly seen at the Indian Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School in Vairengte in Mizoram in eastern India. The CIA is reportedly recruiting agents from among thousands of ethnic Nepali Hindu Lhotshampa refugees originally forced from southern Bhutan to refugee camps in Nepal and subsequently resettled in the United States. These refugee agents are able to integrate themselves into the ethnic stew of the Himalayas and report intelligence to the large CIA station at the U.S. embassy in Kathmandu. And young American men with military-style haircuts have been seen with their American families on the streets of Gangtok, the Sikkimese capital, which is a short drive from the heavily-garrisoned Nathu-La pass...

Wayne MADSEN | 27.05.2013


 

China and BRICS: Upgrading Global Agenda

A few weeks have passed since the Chinese fifth generation leaders came to power. The first impression is really strong. Newly elect Chairman Xi Jinping has visited Moscow and has taken part in the Durbin top level BRICS event; he has received US Secretary of Treasure and Henry Kissinger in Beijing. The issues in focus, the country’s core problems, top events and leading figures have been defined... China appears to become the largest world economy in the coming dozen of years... The logic of evolution, the growth of possibilities and the sheer size of the country irreversibly leads to the creation of new financial center. Nobody says the Yuan is to take the place of US dollar. But loan and security arrangements, including the ones worked out by BRICS, are timely...

Alexander SALITZKI | 01.04.2013


 

BRICS: New Geopolitical Model and Russia’s Foreign Policy Priority

Another annual BRICS summit wrapped up on March 27 in South Africa... The BRICS states recognized the right of Palestine to statehood. They emphasized the resolution of the conflict in Syria should be based on the Geneva Communiqué instead of the decisions taken by the League of Arab Nations, they stressed that the African conflicts management is the priority for Africa, the leaders also pointed out that Iran has a right to use nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. It’s important BRICS supported the activities of African Union and ECOWAS in Mali, ostensibly shying away from buttressing France and some other Western states which intervened without the United Nations approval...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 30.03.2013


 

Expansion of UNSC: An Imperative

Can one of the most powerful world bodies be expanded to respond to the needs of the emerging world order? Lots of debates have taken place in this context. Countries all over the globe do not deny this emerging imperative, but the crucial question then rises why this has not been realized? As deliberated in the 8th intergovernmental meeting of the United Nations last week, the G-4 (Brazil, India, Germany and Japan) countries further reiterated their demand to expand the crucial body or the world has to confront the challenges at its ‘own peril’...

Aurobinda MAHAPATRA | 17.04.2012


 

BRICS: Going Strong to Change the World Scene

The agreement to explore in greater detail the establishment of a BRICS Development Bank (South-South Bank) and an Infrastructure Investment Fund is an issue of special importance... An agreement to replace the US dollar by own currencies in mutual credit lines is a great achievement of the summit too. The member countries demonstrated a desire to reduce the risks associated with the current economic woes in the United States. Actually it means that BRICS countries are saying that the US economy is currently ineffective and prone to risks...

Andrei AKULOV | 01.04.2012


 

BRICS Challenges the World Order

The sight of the BRICS has been an eyesore for the developed countries ever since its inception. The sense of irritability has now given way to disquiet bordering on hostility. There is a compelling urgency that BRICS is assuming habitation and a name. True, nothing of an earth-shaking nature has emerged from the New Delhi summit. Yet, there are new stirrings that herald the potential for a BRICS surge. And that causes disquiet to the developed world. Simply put, as the Delhi Declaration by the BRICS countries reminds is, it is a “platform for dialogue and cooperation amongst countries that represent 43% of the world’s population” in a multi-polar world. That is saying a lot...

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 31.03.2012


 

BRICS – The Basis of Multipolar World

...The new prospects emerging thanks to the BRICS international cooperation pattern may become an alternative to the Anglo-Saxon “global governance” model. It’s quite possible the new pattern may be a harbinger of reshape (if not the end) of the UN as well as the decline and inevitable restructurization of such international bodies as IMF, World Bank and WTO.

Tiberio GRAZIANI | 06.03.2012




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Presidential Elections in Ukraine To Be Held in Violation of Council of Europe Norms

...The legislative changes adopted by the new Ukrainian government in violation of European standards for holding elections cannot but lead to the gross distortion of the will of voters. Such results will not reflect the entire gamut of the population's political preferences. Large segments of Ukrainian citizens will thus be excluded from the political process...

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