Juan Carlos Ladines Azalia (professor at the Universidad del Pacifico, Peru), comments on the article “From Yekaterinburg to Brasilia: BRICS and the G20, road to nowhere?” co-authored with Niall Duggan (professor at the Departament of Government of the University College Cork, Ireland) and published at Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional (N.1 – Volume 63 – 2020).
The BRICS have forged a collective identity to become a new driving force in Global Governance. They have used bodies such as the G20 to produce changes at global governance levels. This has raised two questions on their role. First, can they hold a common position despite different developmental agendas? Second, has the China’s economic leap produced a unique (Chinese) agenda rather than a collective (BRICS) one?
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Duggan, Niall, & Azalia, Juan Carlos Ladines. (2020). From Yekaterinburg to Brasilia: BRICS and the G20, road to nowhere?. Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional, 63(1), e009. Epub August 07, 2020.https://doi.org/10.1590/0034-7329202000109