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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    Preeti Kapuria is an Associate Fellow at ORF Kolkata. Her research focuses on studying the dynamics of human-environment interactions in both rural and urban landscapes, where she attempts to investigate the factors

    Rumi Aijaz

    Rumi Aijaz is Senior Fellow at ORF, where he is responsible for the conduct of the Urban Policy Research Initiative. He conceived and designed the programme in 2007. Since then, the programme

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    Kriti Shah is a Research Assistant with ORF. Her research focuses on Afghanistan and Pakistan's foreign and domestic policy, their relationship with each other, the United States and the Taliban. Her other

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    Vinia obtained her MSc in Environment and Development from the University of Reading, United Kingdom, under a full grant from the Chevening Scholarships of the UK government. She finished her undergraduate degree

    Satish Misra

    Dr. Satish Misra has done PhD from Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany in International Affairs. He has done MA (Western History) from Lucknow University. Before joining ORF he has worked with various English