Efforts by the BRICS group to demonstrate an image of unity and cooperation were on full show at this week’s summit, but – aside from membership expansion – policy proposals were light and not overly ambitious. And while there’s a broader question about whether the BRICS could eventually emerge as a global organisation that would challenge the G7, it seems unlikely that this will happen.
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