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Research outputs: BRAZIL-RUSSIA-INDIA-CHINA MULTILATERAL COMBINE (BRIC)
Gender equality is not written or spoken about much within the context of international multilateral groupings, such as BRICS. The fact that...Download this report
Laying The BRICS of a New Global Order: Yekaterinburg 2009 to eThekwini 2013, was inspired by the launching of South Africa's membership in ...
Earlier this year, the South African Cabinet designated the HSRC as the incubator of the South African BRICS Think Tank for the 2013/14 fina...
With South Africa joining the elite club of emerging powers, the greatest challenge for the member would be to start making the grouping wor...