Quitting BRICS is non-option, as India gains out of its membership — although it is hardly making any significant contribution to the advancement of the grouping.
The revival of the anti-colonial struggle in Africa is ominous. Quite obviously, Russia and China are putting their eggs in the BRICS basket.
Indonesia is trying to balance relations with its top Chinese trade partner and its increasingly important American security one.
India became a beacon of hope for the Western media a potential dissenter who might derail the BRICS’s acceleration toward a “de-dollarisation”.
The U.S. has to pay more attention to the six “wavering” states in order to prevent weakening of its position in the global balance of power.
Argentina will stay the course and possibly make financial multipolarity processes irreversible in their region or pivot towards America.
As BRICS enters a new era after its latest expansion, its members must not let their growing differences impede the group’s work.
BRICS is a favourable instrumental platform to realise aspirations to achieve greater representation on the international stage.
The China-Central Asia Summit on May 18-19 was every bit a geopolitical event as much as the G7 summit in Hiroshima that it overlapped.
The US Ambassador’s allegations about South Africa arming Russia can be interpreted as a pivotal development in that targeted state’s balancing act between those two rivals.
BRICS’ planned creation of a new reserve currency will accelerate de-dollarization processes and advance financial multipolarity.
The agreement announced in Beijing regarding the diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a historic event.