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

Future of the BRICS


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


Building new alliances with BRICS

BIMSTEC,BRICS 2016,New Development Bank

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


BRICS: Prospects for a Better Economic Horizon

Arbitration,BRICS 2016,Litigation

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

  • Katarzyna Kaszubska
BRICS 2016,New Development Bank

‘BRICS’ to rebuild the house


The New Development Bank: Identifying Strategic and Operational Priorities


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