In a deft exercise in diplomatic multi-alignment, India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar will host the BRICS meeting of foreign ministers, shortly after returning from the US where he explored …Read More
By Shweta Aggarwal Enhanced cooperation in combating pandemic, collective action against the scourge of terrorism and spurring reform of global governance, including expansion of the UN Security Council figured prominently …Read More
The five-year-old New Development Bank is set to scale a new milestone at the 11th BRICS summit in Brasilia as the leaders of the five BRICS countries look set to …Read More
The BRICS summit in Johannesburg was unique in many ways as it not only marked the 10 th anniversary of this grouping of emerging powers, but also culminated in an …Read More
On a crisp sunny winter day in the land of Madiba and Mahatma, leaders of BRICScountries clasped their hands together at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg and decided to sculpt a new edifice of reformed multilateral order as a bulwark against rising tides of unilateralism and parochialism. This joint intent to re-shape the global order was telescoped in the imparting of virtual hand impressions at the Cradle of Humankind at Maropeng by leaders of BRICS countries.Read More
Placing youth at the centre of its vision of a people-centric youth, India, the current chair of the five-nation grouping of emerging powers, has pushed for fast-tracking reform of the UN Security Council and collective response to tackling global terror.Ahead of the 8th BRICS summit in Goa on October 15-16, India hosted the second BRICS Youth Summit, which brought together young people from China, Russia, Brazil and South Africa, to brainstorm on a slew of global challenges and enhance people-to-people connect between the five countries.
The minister also seized the occasion to send a message to “those countries which sponsor and harbour terrorists” and underlined the need to “work and fight together to eliminate international terrorism.”