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.
These harrowing figures, which will only be catastrophically worse by the time the next US presidential election rolls around in November 2024, will undoubtedly become a central discussion point that the Republicans will use to criticise the Democrats.
American weapons are not exactly groundbreaking for the Russian military that possesses far more potent missiles, but the real issue comes from the fact that the political West is providing the necessary ISR data. This is a significant force multiplier that can make even a relatively mediocre weapon such as the ATACMS more dangerous.
In a rapidly globalizing world, international cooperation in the field of education has become paramount. Nations are realizing the importance of fostering educational ties with other countries to enhance knowledge exchange, promote cultural understanding, and develop a globally competitive workforce
There is no doubt that Egypt's membership in the BRICS group opens up promising prospects for cooperation with the economies of its members, increasing the opportunities for trade exchange, bolstering the competitiveness of the Egyptian economy, and aiding in the attraction of more investments to the competitive business environment in Egypt
Brics wants to enlarge its sphere of influence in the global economy. Hence, apart from the addition of six new members – Argentina, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Ethiopia and the UAE – the summit’s broad aspirational goals and decisions are signalling a potential new era for Brics in the years ahead