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It seems to be quite obvious that the regional and international alliances currently in place are, in essence, a blunt expression of the anti-globalisation trend that can by now be seen very clearly, even if we were to disregard very apparent examples like Britain’s exit from the European Union and the isolationist policy of the …

Mohamed Shirin El Hawary

Hunt is on for new emerging tigers: MINT, PPICS and CIVETS

AFP – For more than 10 years the rise of big emerging markets has re-shaped the global economy but these are now slowing with maturity, and the hunt is on to identify which upstarts will be tomorrow’s tigers. The big five, which recently helped the world through financial crisis but are now experiencing marked growing …

Daily News Egypt

The cracks in the BRICS

By Brahma Chellaney NEW DELHI: As it prepares to hold its latest annual summit in New Delhi on March 28-29, the BRICS grouping — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa — remains a concept in search of a common identity and institutionalized cooperation. That is hardly surprising, given that these countries have very different political …

DNE

Thick as BRICS

By Jorge G. Castañeda MEXICO CITY: When the United Nations voted for what was known as partition and created the State of Israel 64 years ago, subsequently granting it full membership, several Latin American countries — Brazil, El Salvador, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Honduras — abstained, or, in the case of Cuba, voted against the relevant resolutions. …

DNE

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