March 11, 2012

Will Good BRICS Please Stand Up on Syria?

James Traub, Foreign Policy

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You can call them respectable democracies, but India, Brazil, and South Africa will be judged by how they act abroad. And on the Syria question, it's been shameful.

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TAGGED: China, Russia, India, Syria, Brazil, South Africa

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