BRICS joins the reigning world order

Patrick Bond, professor of political economy, offers a critical analysis of New Development Bank (NDB) ahead of the New Delhi meet.

The leaders of its New Development Bank (NDB) are meeting in New Delhi this weekend, following a People’s Brics Forum, which is highly critical of the bank.

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Will Washington’s New Pro-Moscow, Anti-Beijing Gang Drive a Wedge Through the BRICS in 2017?

Patrick Bond writes: The weeks following an underwhelming Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) mid-September summit in Goa and the United States presidential election in November have unveiled ever-widening contradictions.

The New Development Bank – Did it backfire?

October 13th and 14th, 2016, in Goa, India the People’s forum on BRICS will take place, a block of countries that gathers Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Why would a non-governmental organization such as Inesc, headquartered in Brasília, be interested in this meeting? There might be many reasons, but the main one is the…

The New Development Bank – Did it backfire?

October 13th and 14th, 2016, in Goa, India the Peoples’ forum on BRICS will take place, a block of countries that gathers Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Why would a non-governmental organization such as Inesc, headquartered in Brasília, be interested in this meeting? There might be many reasons, but the main one is…