The BRICS group is still young as an organization, but has already proven its effectiveness. Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa are coordinating their policies on key international issues ever more closely, and are playing an active part in shaping a multipolar world order and developing modern models for the world’s financial and trading systems.
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Threats to Russian power-grid signal the United States’ transition to active nihilism
It is necessary to analyze American threats to Russia’s civilian infrastructure, not only on the tactical and strategic levels, but also in terms of their implications for the trajectory of American culture
As South Africa commemorated Youth Day, youngsters here expressed their will to help promote cooperation within the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) in many areas and consolidate multilateral relations
Dollar dependency, oil uncertainty and U.S. sanctions are weighing on Russia's economy. Warm China-Russia ties can be helpful, particularly leading to more profitable infrastructure investments, according to Andrey Kostin, the CEO of Russia's second largest bank, VTB