Bigger Brics Underscores US Foreign Policy Challenges

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The jury is still out on whether a bigger Brics will be more robust or more unruly after membership invitations were extended at last week’s summit to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Iran, Egypt, Ethiopia and Argentina. But even absent concrete outcomes right now, it underscores the trend toward multipolarity. Energy Intelligence looks at the implications of an expanded Brics for US foreign policy.

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