The World must unite as one to decisively confront global challenges. Corrective action must begin with the reform of institutions of global governance. This has been on the BRICS agenda since its inception
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Can BRICS Overcome China-India Border Fight to Cement Solidarity Among Developing Nations?
Over the past decade, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping have held hands at the annual BRICS summit, a gathering of the world’s emerging economies led by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa
China-India border tensions erupted this month along the Line of Actual Control, an unforgiving patch of land in the Himalayas that divides the two nations. The two countries are no strangers to skirmishes in Galwan Valley, but the clash on June 15 ended in bloodshed for the first time in more than four decades
The foreign ministers of Russia, India, and China participated in a special videoconference session called by Moscow to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany in the Second World War and the creation of the United Nations
Days after India and China engaged in a bloody border confrontation, Russia, a common strategic partner to each, is this week playing host to the two sides. Can Moscow influence the outcome of their dispute?