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Experts: BRICS significance is growing

Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador and member of the Russian Council on International Affairs, Gleb Ivashentsov, and an expert of the National Research BRICS committee, professor of the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Federation and leading researcher at the IMEMO (of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Andrei Volodin, speak about the acute issues of BRICS activities, decisions of the BRICS summit in Fortaleza in July 2014, their implementation during the chairmanship of Russia, new priority directions of cooperation, and the potential and motivations of members of the union for c

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The Russian Foreign Ministry has rounded up the developments of 2014. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that resolution of global security and stability problems needed joint efforts. He called attempts to isolate Russia pointless. The minister emphasized that no new Cold War would start, urging Washington to resume a constructive approach.

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Russian senator says anti-Russian sanctions are useless

Vladimir Jabarov, a Russian senator from the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, has visited Vestnik Kavkaza and discussed the situation around South Stream, Mistral ships in France, relations with Kiev, anti-Russian sanctions. He noted that sanctions could not change the political course of the country.

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G20. Consequences

A round table devoted to the last G20 summit and the possible consequences of the decisions which were made at it. Experts also discussed BRICS countries and their future.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the G20 summit in Brisbane that the next BRICS summit and an informal meeting of its leaders will be held in Ufa on July 8-9. Askar Akayev, a senior scientist of the M.V. Lomonosov MSU, an ex-president of Kyrgyzstan, described the prospects of BRICS, efforts against ISIS and the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process in an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza.- How would you evaluate the results of the G20 and BRICS summits?

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Russian vice prime minister hopes sanctions end soon

Russian Vice Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich expressed hope that sanctions would soon end and relations with partners would be restored. He noted that Russia was focused on strategic ties with BRICS members, developing dialogue with other partners, RIA Novosti reports.

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Dr. Jack Rasmus: “There will be a settlement in the Ukraine crisis before winter”

By Vestnik KavkazaThe President of the U.S. and the Chancellor of Germany believe that the U.S. and the EU should consider the possibility of launching additional sanctions against Russia due to the situation in Ukraine, according to the press service of the White House. Dr. Jack Rasmus, Professor of Political Economy at St. Marys College, Moraga, CA, told Vestnik Kavkaza how the Western sanctions affect Russia and Russian counter-sanctions affect the West.  

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BRICS can pull dollar down

Tatyana Shaumyan, the head of the Center for Indian Studies of the RAS Oriental Studies Institute, thinks that the BRICS countries could become a serious counterbalance to the European-Atlantic alliance. According to the scientist, the role of the international organization will grow. 

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The Great Game continues: the battle for India

 Narendra Modi "Vestnik Kavkaza" Over the past three years the United States has supplied $5.4 billion worth of arms to India, becoming the largest supplier of arms to the country, ahead of Russia. India spent $4.2 billion on …

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