The G20 Is in a Precarious State, But Global Problems Don’t Take a Breather
By Sarang Shidore
A set of Asian and Global South states may be key to the group’s future viability, as both Beijing and Washington play spoiler.
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.
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 Protests New Chinese Map That Claims Indian Territory
By Ashok Sharma
The map has been published ahead of the G20 Summit in New Delhi which President Xi Jinping is expected to attend.
Why India is Successful in Bilateral Diplomacy, Not in Multilateral Forums
By Muqtedar Khan
At the bilateral level, its friends are happy to sell it arms but it is yet unable to make its interests the world’s interests in global forums.
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.
G20 Talks End in India With No Consensus on Ukraine War
By Matthew Lee
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the meeting by warning that "multilateralism is in crisis today."
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.
2023 Should Be India’s Year
By Raymond E. Vickery, Jr.
As president of the G-20 and the SCO this year, India is in a position to project global leadership. But it will need to strengthen its economic heft and use it to promote peace and security.