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    Russian BRICS Presidency: models of engagement with international institutions

    International Organisations Research Journal, 2016
    Six years after the first summit in 2009 in Yekaterinburg, the BRICS grouping of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa has established its identity as an informal global governance forum.
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    Trilateral cooperation in a changing international development landscape

    Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2016
    This special edition of Global Dialogue, focused on trilateral cooperation in a changing global development landscape, forms part of a research project undertaken by the Institute for Global Dialogue (IGD), with the financial support of the United Kingdom (UK) Department for International Development (DFID).
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    The New Development Bank: Moving the BRICS from an acronym to an institution

    South African Institute of International Affairs, 2016
    The BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) is set to issue its first loans in the second quarter of 2016. The bank, the latest addition to the global development finance landscape, was initiated due to a number of factors in emerging economies.
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    The chimera of global convergence

    Transnational Institute, 2014
    It has become a staple of conventional wisdom that global economic power is shifting inexorably towards the East and the South. Many insist that we are on the brink of a world-­historic rebalancing that will result in the end of Western domination and the rise of a new hegemony.
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    Shifting power reader: critical perspectives on emerging economies

    Transnational Institute, 2014
    Does the emergence of a multipolar global order open up policy space for alternative economic visions and pose a necessary challenge to a US and Northern-dominated global order? Or might it instead reinvigorate capitalism and exploitation by a new constellation of corporate elites?
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    The emerging economies and climate change: a case study of the BASIC grouping

    Transnational Institute, 2014
    Among the most dramatic and far-reaching geopolitical developments of the post-Cold War era is the shift in the locus of global power away from the West with the simultaneous emergence as major powers of former colonies and other countries in the South, which were long on the periphery of international capitalism.
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    South Africa and the BRICS alliance: challenges and opportunities for South Africa and Africa

    Transnational Institute, 2014
    South Africa under the ANC and its alliance with the BRICS promised a more moral, democratic vision of global governance, but in practice its foreign policy has been too often swayed by narrow commercial interests and short-term growth. For the past decade, Africa has experienced the longest continuous growth spurt since independence from colonialism.
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    The Brics and global capitalism

    Transnational Institute, 2014
    Does the emergence of a multipolar global order open up policy space for alternative economic visions and pose a necessary challenge to a US and Northern-dominated global order? Or might it instead reinvigorate capitalism and exploitation by a new constellation of corporate elites?
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    The United Nations Post-2015 Agenda for Global Development: perspectives from China and Europe

    Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik / German Development Institute (GDI), 2014
    This publication focuses on scholarly discourses and policy challenges in China and Germany. Articles from The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), also cover European perspectives while chapters from the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) extend to the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa).
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    National Development Banks in the BRICS: Lessons for the Post-2015 Development Finance Framework

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
    In 2015, the framework to succeed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will be agreed. As described in the outcome document of the United Nations (UN) Rio+20 conference, The Future We Want, the mobilisation and effective use of stable, sufficient and suitable development finance must be a crucial part of this framework.

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