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High Tech on BRICS Agenda: What Could Russia Propose?

Andrey Baklitsky, Evgeny Buzhinsky, Pavel Luzin, and Oleg Demidov

Economic growth and the combined demographic, scientific and industrial potential of the BRICS countries have turned the bloc into a global leader. BRICS nations are already working closely in financial spheres, but there is clear room for improvement in terms of cooperation in high-tech industries, which are crucial to international security and economic growth. PIR Center experts analyze the most promising areas of high-tech cooperation in the BRICS framework including countering cyberthreats, safe and secure development of nuclear energy, peaceful space exploration, and high-tech logistics technologies.

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Security Index (International Edition) NO. 2 (103), Spring 2013

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