At Global South Summit, Modi Urges Unity ‘for the Greater Global Good’
By Sheikh Saaliq
India’s shift toward support for Israel risks putting it out of step with the developing world.
The Israel-Palestine Conflagration Is a Cautionary Tale for India’s Global Ambitions
By Chietigj Bajpaee
The eruption of war in Israel and Gaza is a dark reminder that buried conflicts – like India’s disputes with Pakistan and China – can erupt at any time.
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.
As the Quad Blossoms, Why Does BRICS Matter for India?
By Abhishek Sharma and Moksh Suri
BRICS’ development-focused diplomacy allows India to pursue a broader agenda than the Quad – and one more focused on the concerns of developing countries.
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.
Raisina Dialogue Highlights India’s Global Balancing Act
By Sarang Shidore
India pitched its identity as both a stalwart U.S. partner and a core member of the Global South.
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.