#BRICS2016

As India assumes presidency of the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa grouping this year, ORF continues conversation on the raison d’être of BRICS by engaging in dialogue on areas of political, economic and strategic relevance.

Battle for globalisations?

  • Marko Juutinen
  • Jyrki Käkönen
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Future of the BRICS

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India can help nurture a new BRICS-driven Digital Order for the world

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Building new alliances with BRICS

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BIMSTEC,BRICS 2016,New Development Bank

BRICS remains on course for bigger, more effective projects in the years to come

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BRICS: Prospects for a Better Economic Horizon

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Arbitration,BRICS 2016,Litigation

A BRICS-only arbitration forum will not be the panacea imagined

  • Katarzyna Kaszubska
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Smart Cities

Smart cities movement in BRICS

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BRICS 2016,New Development Bank

‘BRICS’ to rebuild the house

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Sreeparna Banerjee

She is associated with Neighbourhood Regional Studies Initiative - areas of research: India’s neighbourhood. She is currently part of the project ‘Proximity to Connectivity: India and its Eastern and South eastern Neighbours.

K. K. Nayyar

He is a former Vice Chief of the Indian Navy and has the rare distinction of having commanded both the Western & Eastern fleets of the Indian Navy, having served as Commander-in-Chief,

Manish Vaid

Manish Vaid is a Junior Fellow at ORF. His research focuses on energy issues, geopolitics, crossborder energy and regional trade (including FTAs), climate change, migration, New Silk Road, urbanisation and water issues.

Nilanjan Ghosh

Nilanjan Ghosh is Senior Fellow (Professor) and Head of Economics with the Economy and Development Programme at ORF Kolkata. He is also Senior Economic Advisor at the World Wide Fund for Nature,

Joyeeta Bhattacharjee

Joyeeta Bhattacharjee is a Fellow with ORF's Neighbourhood Regional Studies Initiative. She specialises in India’s neighbourhood policy, especially the eastern arch; Bangladesh’s domestic politics and foreign policy; border management; conflict and conflict