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"International Journal of Political Science and Governance"

2019, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A

BRICS and global crisis


Author(s): Dr. Madhu Kumari

Abstract: The BRICS, originally an economic club, has gradually moved into global arena to maintaining peace and security of international community without the use of force. Since 2011, in all BRICS Summits, these countries declared their deep concern over the turbulence and crisis existing in the world and wished to achieve peace, stability, prosperity and dignity according to legitimate aspirations of their people. However, their declarations have not focused on how these states would achieve this objective. Coordinating policy at BRICS level is not easy as they are differing from each other in many ways: culturally, politically and demographically. In international sphere, these states have consistently responded independently and individually rather than jointly to every crisis as their political interests are different and clashing at various levels. Is it feasible that all the BRICS states could come forward to preserve international peace and security? Therefore, main purpose of this of study is to analyze the attitudes of BRICS states as well as their interests in cases of Syria and Ukraine.

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Madhu Kumari. BRICS and global crisis. Int J Political Sci Governance 2019;1(1):38-42.
International Journal of Political Science and Governance