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The Friction Points in Brazil-China Relations

The Friction Points in Brazil-China Relations

By Leland Lazarus
Chinese analysts have high hopes for Lula’s visit, but important tensions could hamper cooperation between the two countries.
Don’t Sleep on China’s Global Develop­ment Initiative

Don’t Sleep on China’s Global Develop­ment Initiative

By Fikayo Akeredolu
China’s GDI was largely overshadowed by the G-7’s new infrastructure initiative. Given both sides' track records, though, that may be a mistake.

Can China Achieve Its BRICS Ambitions?

Can China Achieve Its BRICS Ambitions?

By Jacob Mardell
Beijing has so far failed to turn the grouping into an anti-U.S. coalition, but Washington shouldn’t sleep on the bloc’s dissatisfaction with the status quo.

The Problem With India’s Multiple Strategic Dalliances 

The Problem With India’s Multiple Strategic Dalliances 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Whether it is the Quad, BRICS or the SCO, India is the odd man out.

Why the BRICS Grouping Is Here to Stay

Why the BRICS Grouping Is Here to Stay

By Oliver Stuenkel
Western reactions to 12th BRICS Summit are largely dismissive, but critics overlook tangible benefits for member countries.
Contradictions Grow Amid Another BRICS Summit

Contradictions Grow Amid Another BRICS Summit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The group has always been diverse in terms of economic, political, and security interests. Is it anything more than an ineffective talkshop?

4 Reasons Why India Supports the BRICS

4 Reasons Why India Supports the BRICS

By Abhijnan Rej
Observers routinely dismiss the grouping given India-China tensions, and yet it soldiers on. What is at stake for India here?
Is There an Indian Way of Foreign Policy? The Country’s Foreign Minister Thinks So

Is There an Indian Way of Foreign Policy? The Country’s Foreign Minister Thinks So

By Abhijnan Rej
External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar was speaking at the launch of his new book.

What Good Is the Russia-India-China Triangle for Moscow?

What Good Is the Russia-India-China Triangle for Moscow?

By Abhijnan Rej
Russia has viewed both India and China through the lens of its relationship with the West. And that may not be a bad thing in the future.

Confucius Institutes in Brazil and BRICS Education Cooperation

Confucius Institutes in Brazil and BRICS Education Cooperation

By Wang Peng
Educational cooperation is an underanalyzed aspect of the BRICS grouping, and Confucius Institutes are leading the way in Brazil.

Is BRICS Losing Its Shine for China?

Is BRICS Losing Its Shine for China?

By Eleanor Albert
Excitement surrounding the BRICS may be waning as economic and political divisions grow.
China’s Curious Absence From a BRICS Business Conference

China’s Curious Absence From a BRICS Business Conference

By Bonnie Girard
The Eurasian Society’s conference in Washington, D.C. featured presentations from all the BRICS member states – except China.

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