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BRICS Challenges the "Double Standard" of the West

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Vijay Prashad discusses the Declaration of the 7th Summit of the BRICS countries held in Ufa, Russia.

'The most important theme that comes out in common is the importance of the UN architecture. The United States, particularly after the collapse of the Soviet Union and then certainly after the collapse or lessening power of the nonaligned movement, was able to ride roughshod through the United Nations, through the Bretonwood institutions, push this view that they called globalization.'

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