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A Tale of Two Summits

BRICS and G20

Two back-to-back multilateral summits, the BRICS and G20, are rightly considered 2023s very important meetings. Both these have successes, challenges and provide indicators on the state of current geopolitics.

One success for Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) and the Group of Twenty (G20) has been the reinvigoration of multilateralism because the very idea and efficacy of multilateral institutions has been challenged by leaders like former President Donald Trump and some policymakers (Narliker 2020).1 Of course, there are valid critiques of multilateral institutions and need for their reform. But this reform can only be done through these institutions themselves internally.

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Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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