Where Was ASEAN at India’s G20 Summit?
By Yanitha Meena Louis
As India expands its global influence, Southeast Asian nations should leverage its initiatives and renew ties.
The G20 Delhi Declaration Set the Climate Finance Agenda For COP28
By Archana Chaudhary
India’s G-20 presidency succeeded in pushing the climate funding envelope from the billions into the trillions.
India’s Rising Geopolitical Clout Will Be Tested as It Hosts the G-20 Summit
By Krutika Pathi
By focusing on issues affecting developing countries, like food and fuel insecurity and debt, India is projecting itself as the leader of the Global South.
Pakistan Watches Closely as India Hosts G20 Summit This Weekend
By Umair Jamal
Islamabad could ask its friends in the G-20 to ensure that the final statement is not hostile to Pakistan in any way.
China’s Xi Will Skip G20 Summit in India
By Associated Press
The Chinese foreign ministry has not given a reason for Xi’s absence at the upcoming event. Relations along the India-China border have been tense.
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.
Should We Expect a Thaw in China-India Relations Soon?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
With Xi possibly visiting India for the G-20 Summit in September, some hope for a tempering of tensions. But that might just be wishful thinking.
India’s G20 Presidency: Giving Voice to the Global South
By Akanksha Singh
India has made clear that it wants to use its G-20 presidency to give voice to concerns of the Global South.
A G20 Meeting in Disputed Kashmir
By Suparna Banerjee
India is attempting to present the territory a bastion of peace, four years after the abrogation of Article 370. But that peace has come at a high cost.
With G20 Event, India Seeks to Project Normalcy in Disputed Kashmir
By Aijaz Hussain
The G-20 tourism meeting will be the first significant international event in Kashmir since New Delhi stripped region of its autonomy in 2019.
Why Does the G7 Need India?
By Niranjan Marjani
Engaging with India is imperative for the G-7.
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.