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- DocumentBrookings Institution, 2016Brazil stands at a crossroads in its road to major power status. It can either continue its ascent, or can remain a middle power, albeit a critical one, within the existing international status quo. A major power is characterised by more than size, population, and economic achievement. It is distinguished by its intentions regarding its role in the international system.DocumentSchool of Public Policy and Management of Tsinghua University, 2016The present global capitalism based on private property rights, free market competition and rule of law has taken shape shortly after World War II, which led to the first wave of contemporary international economic integration.OrganisationThe Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) was founded by presidential order on September 20, 2010.OrganisationThe School of Public Policy and Management (SPPM) of Tsinghua University was founded in 2000.OrganisationChinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation (CAITEC) is an inter-disciplinary and multifunctional institution of social science research and a consultative body directly under tOrganisationThe School of Social Development and Public Policy (SSDPP) at the Beijing Normal University (BNU) integrates knowledge and academic strength from various disciplines amongOrganisationThe Development Research Center of the State Council (DRC) is a policy research and consulting institution directly under the State Council, the central government of the People's Republic of ChinaOrganisationThe Research Center for International Development (RCID) was built on the formative constructs cultivated through a long period of engagement in international development intervention in China andOrganisationBrazilian research organisation aiming to ensure that South-South Cooperation policies and practices are informed by empirical evidence. It promotes, in collaboration with the cooperating actDocument
The political and economic dynamics of foreign aid: a case study of United States and Chinese aid to Sub-Sahara AfricaEconomic Research Southern Africa, 2016The foreign aid arena as it pertains to the African continent has traditionally been dominated by the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, however over the last three decades non-traditional donors such as the China, South Africa and Brazil have emerged in the donor field.