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‘BRICS to form electronic secretariat’

‘BRICS to form electronic secretariat’

Sergei Storchak, deputy finance minister of Russia speaks exclusively to The BRICS Post.

Erdogan undercut his own political capital

Erdogan undercut his own political capital

By using force to quell dissenting voices, the prime minister pushed thousands back into the park where it all started.

Russia ‘unsuitable’ asylum destination for Snowden

Russia ‘unsuitable’ asylum destination for Snowden

The former CIA employee is looking for a country that respects Internet freedom and privacy.

Brazil, India lead the way at the 2013 New Cities Summit

Brazil, India lead the way at the 2013 New Cities Summit

The three-day Summit aims to bring together the leading thinkers and doers of the urban contemporary world among a total of 700 leaders from around the globe.

Nile River dispute intensifies

Nile River dispute intensifies

Shortly after the fall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in the January 25 Uprising in early 2011, the newly formed cabinet strongly objected to Ethiopia’s dam project.

Memories of the ‘Great Patriotic War’

Memories of the ‘Great Patriotic War’

On May 9, Russia celebrates the day that the Nazi German military surrendered to the Soviet army in 1945. Moscow will also remember some 26 million Soviet citizens that died

Status quo most likely outcome of Korean crisis

Status quo most likely outcome of Korean crisis

Analysts see the recent belligerent actions of the North Korean leadership as desperate attempts to end military exercises near its borders.

BRICS call on Qatar to modify UN draft

BRICS call on Qatar to modify UN draft

They urged Doha to “adjust the language on political transition to the terms agreed in the Geneva Final Communiqué”.

US will focus on both Asia and the Middle East

US will focus on both Asia and the Middle East

From the continuing financial crisis in Europe to the violence in the Middle East and the growing competitiveness in Asia, trends are giving way to new realities and new ways

Decade later, Russian experts debate Iraq War

Decade later, Russian experts debate Iraq War

In 2003, Moscow tended towards the line of mediation between Washington and Baghdad. 10 years on Iraqis say their country has been destroyed, vital infrastructure left in disrepair and their