Sreedhar Narayanan

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BRIC Past, present & future

<b>Past</b><p>The term <b>BRIC</b> was devised by a Goldman Sachs employee called Jim O’Neill back in 2003. It simply stands for <b>Brazil, Russia, India and China.</b> <br>He …

The Future of the BRICS: Hype or Hope?

A meeting of the major middle-income countries in South Africa garnered plenty of attention, but produced little in terms of actual policies.<p>Brazil, …

Future of BRICS and its next participant

Is there potential for a BRICS security architecture?

On January 10, National Security Advisors (NSAs) of the BRICS held their own first-ever stand-alone summit in New Delhi. In the aftermath of the …

BRICS comes of age at Durban | Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses

analysing the security dimension

By Vyacheslav Nikonov,<br>first vice-chair, State Duma Committee on International Affairs, Russia,<br>chair of the management board, National Committee for …

Security agenda adds dimension to BRICS

One may wonder what the "B" and "S" in BRICS have to do with terrorism, as Brazil and South Africa are two of the few nations not cursed by the …

BRICS, the Economic Tsunami Looming on America's Horizon

- Advertisement -<p>economic tsunami<br>(Image by indervilla.com) Permission Details DMCA<p>Most Americans quite likely have never heard of BRICS and don't …

India 'most open' among BRICS

NEW DELHI: Indian companies performed the best of the BRICS economies in a new survey of corporate reporting practices in emerging markets, while …

China Only BRIC Country Currently Worthy of the Title -O’Neill

SAO PAULO–Former Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman Jim O’Neill, who coined the BRIC acronym describing four burgeoning emerging market countries, stands by the term he invented more than a decade ago, but admits that three of the countries have disappointed him in recent years.

Foreign Relations of India: BRICS and India, BRICS in Africa

Since the 1990’s, India’s foreign policy has gone through a metamorphosis in tune with the changing global scenario. The disintegration of USSR, …

Does Brazil deserve its 'B' for BRIC?

When former Goldman Sachs economist Jim O'Neill first went to Brazil after coining the acronym BRIC, someone asked him whether he had included the "B" just to make the name sound good.<p>Such skepticism is becoming common again, as investors compare the projected rate of growth in Brazil this year -- …

Getting the R out of BRIC?

‘Dreaming with BRICs: The Path to 2050’. With this title two economists of Goldman Sachs kicked off a report on how four emerging countries would …

Fifth Brics Summit

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma hosted the Fifth BRICS Summit on 27 March 2013 in Durban under the theme: “BRICS and Africa: Partnership for …

BRICS: An overview!

History has shown that there exists a strong correlation between a country’s foreign policy and its economic performance. A successful foreign policy …