Former Brazilian President Named As Head of China-Based New Development Bank
By Joseph Bouchard
The appointment reflects the close relationship between President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's Workers’ Party and the government in Beijing.
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.
India: A Late-Bloomer, Not a Latecomer, in Global Economic Leadership
By Akshay Mathur
In recent years, India has elevated its commitments to multilateral economic institutions.
Don't Forget About the New BRICS Bank
By Shannon Tiezzi
The New Development Bank, which opened today in Shanghai, has been overshadowed recently by the AIIB.
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.
Interview: Oliver Stuenkel
By Justin McDonnell
Why the BRICS will remain an important force in world affairs in 2015 and beyond.
India Needs More Than BRICS
By Narain Batra
Their new bank notwithstanding, the BRICS grouping is unlikely to help the Indian economy fulfill its potential.
The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
By George Yin
Can a China-dominated New Development Bank replace the World Bank and the IMF?
BRICS Bank: The New Kid on the Block
By Unmesh Rajendran
Is this a new solution to an old problem?
China’s New Global Institutions
By Steven Keithley
Beijing is seeking to shape international institutions to facilitate its emergence as a global power.
3 Reasons the BRICS' New Development Bank Matters
By Dingding Chen
This is just the beginning of a new international economic order; it will be a gradual, but steady process.
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
By Ankit Panda
The new bank will require a $10 billion commitment by each nation.