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2016 | 52 | nr 1 | 211--222
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BRICS in the G20? The Involvement of Rising Powers in the Premier Forum of Global Governance

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Amongst the examples of structures filling up the spectrum of relationships between states and non-state actors in global governance, one can distinguish informal forums of international co-operation. The core position amongst them is occupied by the Group of Twenty (G20). This paper is devoted to the issue of the participation of BRICS in global governance institutions, above all the G20, which develops the summitry process at the political leader and ministerial levels. Attention is drawn to the BRICS group as the leading emerging economies and political powers at the regional and international levels, extending their influence within the G20. This paper highlights the increasing activity of emerging economies in this premier forum of global governance and explores the possibilities of BRICS members developing co-ordinated positions in the G20.(original abstract)
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