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Russia needs substantial economic policy revision to reclaim glory

Russia needs substantial economic policy revision to reclaim glory

Mikhail Stolbov explains why reforms announced during Putin’s electoral campaign need to be endorsed and fast.

The two Indias: Shining for the rich, suffering for the poor

The two Indias: Shining for the rich, suffering for the poor

Sitaram Yechury says growing economic inequalities have been a singular feature for the last two decades of globalisation and its neo-liberal economic reforms.

Investment risks in Africa are a myth

Investment risks in Africa are a myth

South African President Jacob Zuma underlines why Africa needs to share its positive stories and deal with negative stereotypes.

The once and future Egypt

The once and future Egypt

Many in Egypt believe the 'revolution' has entered a new stage and say they are still determined to create a pluralistic democracy.

US-China Relations: Where to from here?

US-China Relations: Where to from here?

Ann Lee explains the motivations and fears that drive the current trade dynamics between China and the US.

How oil will drive BRICS to a more visible international role

How oil will drive BRICS to a more visible international role

Why the price of a boring and old-fashioned commodity is still the most important gauge for the future of the BRICS.

Why the BRICS should not form an anti-US front

Why the BRICS should not form an anti-US front

Raju Santhanam debates whether BRICS can resist the temptation of becoming an anti-American bloc.

Is it time for Cameron to try a new tack with BRICS?

Is it time for Cameron to try a new tack with BRICS?

Russell Merryman examines David Cameron's strategy to revisit Britain's relations with Europe.

BRICS: The Long March Ahead

BRICS: The Long March Ahead

Amit Baruah says BRICS has come to stay on the global stage.

Russia and China: Arms around the Middle East

Russia and China: Arms around the Middle East

Sharmine Narwani explains why two BRICS nations have created such a furore within and outside the UN.