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Kassenova, N. (2014) Relations between Afghanistan and Central Asian States after 2014: Incentives, Constraints and Prospects.

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  • TITLE: BRICS Dream: BRICS in International Stabilization and Reconstruction Efforts

    AUTHORS: Arodh Lal Karn, Rakshha Kumari Karn

    KEYWORDS: BRICS Dream, Geopolitics; Arm Race, International, Stabilization

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.3 No.6, June 16, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Almost most of the states are concerned about the potential spillover of insecurity from U.S. ambitious dream to remain super power and control over worlds resources, potentially leading to regional destabilization, with negative consequences for the region, including the potential impact of militant activities, the spread of radical Islamist ideas, increased drug trafficking and refugee crises. Despite these common fears, policies of BRICS-states toward region and world, focuses on the future of international stabilization efforts and further prospects for increasing ties and trade holds. For this the paper has first necessary explored the broader geopolitical context. BRICS states do have sufficient capacity to significantly influence prosperity, restore the lost trust on allies and cooperation in the region. No matter, world states are constrained by complex geopolitics of place and intra-regional rivalries, “BRICS BREAM” should grow stronger for international stabilization and reconstruction efforts.