3 Reasons the BRICS' New Development Bank Matters
July 23, 2014
3 Reasons the BRICS' New Development Bank Matters
This is just the beginning of a new international economic order; it will be a gradual, but steady process.
3 Reasons the BRICS' New Development Bank Matters
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
July 22, 2014
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
President Xi Jinping and Premier Narendra Modi are seeking a detente. But will it last?
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
July 17, 2014
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
The new bank will require a $10 billion commitment by each nation.
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
China's Defense of BRICS
July 16, 2014
China's Defense of BRICS
Chinese media argues that the BRICS grouping is still relevant and growing in importance.
China's Defense of BRICS
The New Decentralized World Order
July 09, 2014
The New Decentralized World Order
Just because rising powers have benefited from the U.S.-led global order does not mean they will leave it intact.
The New Decentralized World Order
Indonesia’s African Outreach
May 27, 2014
Indonesia’s African Outreach
A newly defined African presence could give Indonesia greater political and economic clout on the global stage.
Indonesia’s African Outreach
Russia’s Elusive Quest for Influence in Asia
May 20, 2014
Russia’s Elusive Quest for Influence in Asia
Putin arrives in Shanghai desperate to reorient Russia’s Asia policy amid tensions with the West and China’s rise.
Russia’s Elusive Quest for Influence in Asia
India’s Latin American Policy: Looking Beyond Brazil
April 12, 2014
India’s Latin American Policy: Looking Beyond Brazil
For many years, India has focused its Latin American policy almost exclusively on Brazil. It is time for that to change.
India’s Latin American Policy: Looking Beyond Brazil
Asia’s Next BRICS?
April 04, 2014
Asia’s Next BRICS?
As growth in the BRICS slows, many of the new economic stars are from the Asia-Pacific.
Asia’s Next BRICS?
Oliver Stuenkel
April 03, 2014
Oliver Stuenkel
The Diplomat’s Justin McDonnell speaks with Oliver Stuenkel, a non-resident fellow at the Global Public Policy Institute, about the recent economic performance of the BRICS, their response to the crisis in Crimea, the upcoming BRICS Summit and the rising voice of emerging economies.
Oliver Stuenkel
Why Did BRICS Back Russia on Crimea?
March 31, 2014
Why Did BRICS Back Russia on Crimea?
The BRICS's support for Russia shows the Western-dominated post-Cold War order is eroding.
Why Did BRICS Back Russia on Crimea?
Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement
March 10, 2014
Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement
A Chinese scholar explains why Beijing may not want to sit this crisis out.
Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement
The Death of IMF Reform?
February 22, 2014
The Death of IMF Reform?
In rejecting crucial reforms to the International Monetary Fund, Congress is jeopardizing U.S. global leadership.
The Death of IMF Reform?
America’s Relative Decline: Should We Panic?
January 24, 2014
America’s Relative Decline: Should We Panic?
The end of the unipolar era will create new dangers that the world mustn’t overlook.
America’s Relative Decline: Should We Panic?
The BRICS’ African Safari
January 17, 2014
The BRICS’ African Safari
It’s not just China; the BRICS are all active in Africa and taking divergent paths.
The BRICS’ African Safari
Emerging Markets: Stronger for Longer?
December 07, 2013
Emerging Markets: Stronger for Longer?
The Word Bank has a mixed forecast for developing economies, but the Asia-Pacific looks set to remain the growth leader.
Emerging Markets: Stronger for Longer?
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