An adequate understanding of global justice must also take into account the competing viewpoints of actors involved. GLOBUS compares and contrasts the perspectives of the BRICS states and the EU on key issues of global justice.
What are the most prominent justice claims emanating from emerging powers? There may be diverging perspectives on what would be adequate procedures for resolving concerns for justice. To what extent, and how, do the EU’s policies take heed of the claims from these states and from their citizens?
The European Union and the BRICS: Wither the ambition of a just global order?
In this report, Helene Sjursen discusses how much common ground it is possible to find between the BRICS and the EU with regard to what should be the core features of future global order.
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