The Varieties of Collective Financial Statecraft: The BRICS and China
SAORI N. KATADA, CYNTHIA ROBERTS, and Leslie Elliott Armijo examine the collective financial statecraft initiatives implemented by the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa), five emerging powers important internationally and in their respective regions. They argue that BRICS cooperation has been surprisingly successful thus far.
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