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The creation of the G-20 in 2008 amid the made in the US financial crisis enhanced confidence about the recognition of the global shift in economic powermarked by multi-polarity and a deepening systemic interdependence Unlike other fora of global governancethe G-20 at the leaders level was based on formal equality of membership in terms of collective problem-solving Yetin terms of practicethe big emerging countries retained a low-keywait-and-see attitude to the G-20 Preferring to keep their options openthey sought parallel fora of activity to balance their involvement with the old establishment notably via the gradual institutionalisation of the BRICS summit (IndiaChinaBrazil along with Russiaplus South Africa added in 2011) that allowed both voice opportunities and selected forms of collective action The hedging function is magnified by the fact that until 2013there has been only an indirect institutional connection between the G-20 and the BRICSwith no explicit mention of the BRICS by the G-20 The distinctive feature has been the positioning of a BRICS caucus on the edge of the G-20 BRICS leaders consulted together in Cannes before the 2011 G-20 summitamid speculation that there would be a BRICS bailout fund for peripheral European nations This was continued in 2012 at Los CabosMexicowith BRICS leaders issuing a statement that addressed most of the key issues at the G-20 summitwith a focus on the euro crisis The lobbying function was apparent in the BRICSs push for greater institutional reformparticularly at the IMF and the World Bank Highlighting the shared sense of interest in thisthe reform demand is framed under the need for the greater representation of the South in global economic governance while acknowledging the G-20 as the pragmatic conduit for that process Against this record of ambiguitythe St Petersburg summit signalled a marked change in attitude If worried about contagion from the financial meltdown initiated in the Norththe BRICSin the immediate post-2008 periodcould contrast the strength of their macroeconomic policy to effectively deal with the crisis By contrastin the run-up to the St Petersburg summitthe trajectory of the BRICS approach was more apprehensivewith the centre of attention being placed on the prospect of the US Federal Reserve tapering its policy of quantitative easing and its implications for emerging economies The first instinct of the BRICS has been to emphasise the parallel nature of their optionsas signalled by the holding of a mini-summit just before St Petersburg At the declaratory levelthe BRICS have called for the US to be sensitive to global implications of its move to unwind monetary stimulus Operationallythe emphasis has been on ramping up a collective attempt to protect the BRICS economies from global turbulence through the creation of a $100 billion reserve fund for currency swap arrangements among themselves Stillwhat is striking about the new crisis is that it has opened up a two-track approach The reversal of economic fortunes has not only consolidated the BRICSbut has proved a catalyst for a greater intensity of engagement with the G-20 With double-digit growth and a sense of triumphalism with respect to the old establishmentthe BRICS could afford to play a low-keylong gameplacing the onus on getting further reforms in the global institutional architecture (with India also pushing the issue of UN Security Council membership)without putting a huge amount of effort into the shaping of the detailed G-20 agenda While eager to host the BRICSthe heavy lifting for the organisation of the G-20 was left to others including middle powers such as South KoreaMexico and Australia With weakening economic conditionsthere is an appreciation that the symbolic designation of the G-20 as the premier forum of economic global governance needs to be matched by a greater intensity of involvement and concerns about delivery Hedging and the long game are no longer enough A telltale sign of this different level of commitment comes with indications that Chinas presidentXi Jinpingwants to host the G-20 in 2016 a robust move at odds with the previous wait-and-see approach But this shift from ambiguity to engagement is also reflected in the new sense of privileging of the G-20 by India concentratingin the words of Singhon means to promote policy coordination among major economies in a manner that provides for a broad-based and sustained global economic recovery and growth as opposed to viewing the forum mainly as a mechanism to gain other forms of institutional reform Such a change in attitude will not only enhance the G-20s capacity to deal effectively with collective global problemsbut amplify the image of the big emerging countries as actors that take their instrumental as well as symbolic role as global change agents seriously Cooperprofessor at the Balsillie School of International Affairs and the Department of Political ScienceUniversity of WaterlooCanadais the authorwith Ramesh Thakurof The Group of 20 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News This mechanism opened up opportunities in terms of cooperation.