India’s Influence and Contributions in the BRICS Alliance: Strengthening Economic Cooperation and Global Impact
- Prof. Srinivas and BRICS
- How India Joined BRICS?
- Manmohan Singh
- Narendra Modi
- BRICS Benefits to India
- India’s Diplomacy
- India’s Diaspora Abroad
- Misconception About India’s Diplomacy
- India’s and BRICS Countries Analysis
- Threats to BRICS
- India’s Politics and BRICS
Junuguru Srinivas, Assistant Professor at the Woxsen University in Kamkole, which is around 50 km from Hyderabad, India. He is also the Alina Mungiu Pippidi Professor of Public Policy and Co-Chairperson of the CoE-Public Policy Research.
Woxsen University is a modern educational institution with a spot on research, especially when you go through the research section on the website.
Professor Srinivas focuses on foreign economic policies of India, Russia, China, and Political economy of the Global South in International Relations. He was awarded numerous grants worldwide, conducted presentations and participated in many international conferences. However, there is one section in his CV that got my attention.
Professor has written two books: the first one, “Future of the BRICS and the role of Russia and China” published in 2022; and the second one, “Russian approach towards BRICS and G-20, 2001-2012” published in 2017.