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Dialogue 11/04/14 BRICS urges more representation foremerging Ecomonies

04-14-2011 22:27 BJT Special Report: The Third Meeting of BRICS |




The 3rd BRICS Leaders' Meeting Wrapped up in the Chinese sea resort  of Sanya on Thursday with the five leaders of the world's biggest emerging economies adopting the Sanya Declaration, a document indicating their common consensus and  future development goals.

A group born at the very beginning out of an acronym given by a Western banker has now officially made their stance clear about various issues, such as the urgent need to reform the international financial system and promoting peace in the world through international dialogue rather than military intervention.
Studio Guest Speakers:

Tao Wenzhao, Tsinghua University

Huang Yiping, Peking University

Telephone Guest:

Sanusha Naidu, Research Director, China in Africa Programme

M.D. Nalapat, Geopolitics & UNESCO Peace Chair at Manipal Academy of higher education


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