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BRICS commitment to improving their people's standard of living make them an important multilateral forum for encouraging global health cooperation.
Nations hijacked by domestic politics will become roadblocks in “reglobalization”, warns former Chinese cabinet minister.
It wasn't US policy or presidential threats or the assassin's bullet that brought Fidel down - it was the inescapability of old age.
The government's diktat shows authoritarian attitude and a vision of governance tilted against the poor in favour of the rich, argues Subhanil Chowdhury.
What Americans have done today is historic. They may not have made history by electing the first female president but they have, unintentionally, initiated steps towards a retreat.
Aligning the world’s financial system with the needs of climate action and sustainable development is every bit as important as emission reduction pathways and removing fossil fuel subsidies.
The BRICS may suffer temporary setbacks owing to diverging national interests, but this will not derail the group aimed at fostering a more just world, writes a former Russian diplomat.
Multilateralism is high on BRICS’s agenda and its most ‘tasteful’ flavour has been in the inclusion of non-BRICS members, especially, from within the host’s Asian neighbourhood, writes Sadiki.
Indian engagement is an opportunity to shape China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative to Delhi's needs and interests, says Jabin T. Jacob.
Intra-BRICS trade ties must be enhanced as trade and economic growth are tied in a cause-effect cycle, and thus feed off one another, writes Bajpai.