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India and OBOR: It’s Not Complicated

India and OBOR: It’s Not Complicated

Indian engagement is an opportunity to shape China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative to Delhi's needs and interests, says Jabin T. Jacob.

Political consensus can enhance BRICS power

Political consensus can enhance BRICS power

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.

At the end of Obama’s term, Sino-US ties more complex than ever before

At the end of Obama’s term, Sino-US ties more complex than ever before

The recent downward spiral in relations between the world's most powerful countries is owing to a souring of strategic trust, writes Dingli.

The ANC’s slow decline

The ANC’s slow decline

Rival and upcoming political parties have been capitalizing on the ANC's vulnerabilities, says economic strategist Thabi Leoka.

Q&A: Russia’s ACRA looks to Eurasia, BRICS

Q&A: Russia’s ACRA looks to Eurasia, BRICS

Understanding specifics of local economies and incorporating regional factors into the structure of credits ratings within various industries is ACRA's focus, says Trofimova.

A turning point in Turkey’s history

A turning point in Turkey’s history

The failed coup puts Erdogan in a position of seemingly unassailable power and well placed to complete the building of his "New Turkey" project, writes Salt.

Legal logjam: India’s long wait for justice

Legal logjam: India’s long wait for justice

India has a notoriously slow legal system and multiple stakeholders need to urgently endorse judicial reforms, writes Kumar.

Did faulty survey questions skew polls in Temer’s favor?

Did faulty survey questions skew polls in Temer’s favor?

Glenn Greenwald takes a closer look at a new poll that shows an overwhelming number of Brazilians want the interim president to stay on till 2018.

Why Doesn’t the US Challenge Japan’s EEZ Claims on Okinotorishima?

Why Doesn’t the US Challenge Japan’s EEZ Claims on Okinotorishima?

The US' freedom of navigation operations are nothing but an exercise of double-standards and selective enforcement, writes Wang.

Turkey’s Failed Coup May Have Unexpected Benefits for Putin

Turkey’s Failed Coup May Have Unexpected Benefits for Putin

Ankara's alienation from Europe and the US could prove highly beneficial for Moscow primarily in terms of relations with Europe, writes Barmin.