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Current Issues of the BRICS Development: Comparative Analysis of Political and Economic Complementary of Agendas for the BRICS Countries. Evolution of National Interests

Student: Maxim Yankovskiy

Supervisor: Maxim Bratersky

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

In this qualification paper, the complementarity of the economies of the BRICS countries, unanimity and differences in the economic and political agenda for the member countries are examined. The author examines, how possible and how likely the integration of BRICS into a full-fledged union is. The study shows the strengths and weaknesses of BRICS, the degree of generality of participating countries, their prospects on the international arena in the foreseeable future and the existence of common ground in their policies and economies. The author also undertakes the research of the peculiarities of the participants` economies and their national interests, which results in forecast for possible directions of BRICS development.

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