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China and India can take the leap-frog to win the competition in many high technology sectors.
Beijing’s actions in the past few weeks have shaken New Delhi out of a comfortable inertia.
Contradictions in the state's energy policy could play spoilsport to what has been an amazing run for Brazil in the clean energy sector.
Many regional players have high expectations of gains in the Syria they expect to emerge at the end of the conflict.
There is little doubt that India and China must move towards resolving their border dispute – once and for all, says Amit Baruah.
Data and figures showing the extent to which the United States has already been overtaken by the BRICs is nothing short of stunning.
Questions about the shape of the international monetary system are bound to re-emerge and soon, argues Radhika Desai.
The significance of the protests that gripped India lies in the fact that they represented the first-ever public acknowledgment of sexual violence as a widespread social problem.
BRICS need to call Washington's bluff on Iran and develop alternatives to US-dominated mechanisms in settling global issues.
The tragedy at the Boston marathon shatters the strange alliance of the West and Islamist radicals.