G20 Summit: India’s Authoritarianism Strangles Solutions to Global Challenges
By Avinash Kumar and Alena Kahle
Rather than setting an agenda that would put forward the voices of the Global South and the world’s most marginalized, India has used its G-20 presidency for cynically domestic political purposes.
India Not Planning to Invite Ukraine to G20 Summit in September
By Ashok Sharma
Ukraine is not a G-20 member, but President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was invited to participate in last year's G-20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.
India’s G20 Leadership Will Require a Delicate Balancing of Priorities Among Member States
By Harshana Ghoorhoo
Shaping the multilateral agenda amidst varied national interests will be an important diplomatic test for India.
Amid Hard Times for Multilateralism, New Delhi Triumphant Over G20 Presidency
By Sanjeet Kashyap
India may be optimistic about its G-20 presidency, but the prospects for a transformative multilateralism are currently dim.
India’s G20 Presidency: Decoding the Digital Technology Agenda
By Sharinee L. Jagtiani and David Hagebölling
India is making digital technology governance a centerpiece of its G-20 presidency. It is a stark signpost of its aspirations as a global digital leader.
As G20 President, Can India Advance Its Multipolar Worldview?
By Jagannath Panda
India will use its chairmanship to address the need for better Global South representation in multilateral bodies and enhanced roles for middle powers.
G-20 Leaders End Meeting Condemning War But Note Divisions
By Adam Schreck
The careful wording of the final G-20 summit declaration reflected the challenge that the U.S. and its allies face in isolating Vladimir Putin's Russia.
Ukraine War, US-China Tensions Set to Predominate at G-20 Summit
By Sebastian Strangio
Despite President Putin's absence, the November 15-16 summit will be marked by growing political and strategic divisions.
Indonesia’s G-20 Chairmanship Couldn’t Have Come at a Better Time
By Noel Clehane
Despite the shadow of the war in Ukraine, Indonesia intends to use its chairmanship of the grouping to boost the recoveries of the world's less advanced economies.
Wang’s G20 Meetings Highlight China’s Ukraine Messaging
By Shannon Tiezzi
China remains committed to reshaping the global order with Russia, and Beijing knows developing countries are the key to that effort.
China, South Korea Foreign Ministers Pledge Deepened Cooperation
By Shannon Tiezzi
Despite campaign-trail promises to get tough on China, the Yoon administration in practice has been more cautious in its dealings with Beijing.
What to Make of China’s Debt Relief Announcement
By Eleanor Albert
China is instituting the G-20's temporary debt suspension, but how will Beijing reframe the debt narrative in the long term?