BRICS: A China-Led Group Looking for Relevance
By Thiago de Aragao
Everything that is being proposed at the BRICS summit is already being done – often more effectively – at the bilateral level by China.
Shaky Foundations for the BRICS Expansion Push
By Filipe Porto
China and Russia are keen to expand BRICS into a coalition to counter the U.S. Brazil and India, however, are reluctant.
Could Argentina Join the BRICS?
By Juan Manuel Harán
China invited Argentina to join the latest summit. But a closer look at relations with current members suggests that “BRICSA” remains a distant dream.
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.
China in BRICS: A Threat to US Power?
By Sara Hsu
China's involvement in BRICS should be seen as a positive, not as a threat.