Category Archives: Global Governance

The China factor in global governance

17 July 2017 Author: Katherine Morton, University of Sheffield The transition towards a more pluralistic form of global governance that is inclusive of emerging powers remains fraught with tensions. Whether the existing global framework of rules and institutions can adapt … Continue reading

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The role of BRICS in global governance | East Asia Forum

3 September 2016 Author: Huifang Tian, Chinese Academy of Social Science Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) have existed as a coherent economic group since 2009. They represent approximately 40 per cent of the world population, generate approximately … Continue reading

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Five years after the global crisis, the world is no safer | East Asia Forum

15 November 2013 Author: Pradumna B. Rana, RSIS The Asian financial crisis of 1997–98 led to calls for the reform of the international financial architecture. A large number of policies were proposed for crisis prevention and crisis resolution, but with … Continue reading

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As Brazil’s Senate approves creation of BRICS Bank, grouping enhances parliamentary cooperation

09 Jun. 2015 Oliver Stuenkel From left to right: Renan Calheiros (President of Brazil’s Senate), Eduardo Cunha (President of Brazil’s Congress), Sergey Naryshkin (Chairman of the State Duma), Valentina Matviyenko (Chairperson of Russia’s Upper House, the Federation Council), Zhang Dejiang (Chairman … Continue reading

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