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Research Paper
Published online: May 30, 2023

BRICS and India in the Light of Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Emerging Challenges and Opportunities

Badar Alam Iqbal & Mohd. Nayyer Rahman
Aligarh Muslim University Dept. of commerce
W35C+QV4, AMU Campus, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh 202002, India.
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There is no doubt that the BRICS countries established in 2000-01, have already made their mark on the international stage. Increasing relations among BRICS countries with less developed nations through south-south cooperation, especially, China, India, and Russia and with least developed countries are of significant importance. BRICS has been the forerunner of cooperation, collaboration and reformation of the present international governance structure and to move towards multilateralism. Over the years, BRICS has become a platform of, and for the developing countries. The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has created divisions in the world, impacting diplomatic relations that BRICS needs to address. The fact that Russia is the member of BRICS makes things complicated and new challenges has emerged for the bloc to take necessary actions and policy considerations. The article examines the challenges and opportunities for BRICS (as a bloc) amid Russia-Ukraine conflict in a post pandemic world.

Keywords : India, BRICS, Ukraine Crisis, Russia, Trade and Investment

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