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 Costs of India’s Abstention on Gaza Truce Resolution
By Sudha Ramachandran
Not only has India lost its moral voice but also, its abstention undermines its claims to leadership of the Global South.
As Israel Bombards Gaza, Where Is India, the ‘Voice of the Global South’?
By Muqtedar Khan
By standing with Israel, India has laid bare its fear of being excluded from the cool clubs of the Global North.
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.
Why India Must Shape the New BRICS Moment
By Armaan Mathur
India must prevent China from using BRICS expansion to grow its strategic influence in the developing world.