The G20 logo is projected onto the Safdarjung Tomb in New Delhi on December, to mark India’s presidency of the forum. Can Indian diplomacy rise to the occasion to effectively support G20 engagement throughout 2023? Photo: AP
The G20 logo is projected onto the Safdarjung Tomb in New Delhi on December, to mark India’s presidency of the forum. Can Indian diplomacy rise to the occasion to effectively support G20 engagement throughout 2023? Photo: AP
Syed Munir Khasru
Opinion

Opinion

Syed Munir Khasru

India must play to its strengths to lead the G20 through another year of geopolitical challenges

  • At a time of weakened unity within the G20, new host India will have its work cut out tackling issues like the Ukraine war, Indo-Pacific rivalry and pandemic recovery
  • New Delhi must use its position as a champion of multilateral cooperation to carry the group through the next 12 months

The G20 logo is projected onto the Safdarjung Tomb in New Delhi on December, to mark India’s presidency of the forum. Can Indian diplomacy rise to the occasion to effectively support G20 engagement throughout 2023? Photo: AP
The G20 logo is projected onto the Safdarjung Tomb in New Delhi on December, to mark India’s presidency of the forum. Can Indian diplomacy rise to the occasion to effectively support G20 engagement throughout 2023? Photo: AP
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