The presidency of G-20 has come to India at a time when the world is completely divided. On the one hand, India’s strategic allies are America and other western countries and on the other hand there are countries like Russia and China.
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With the presidency of the G-20, India There is a challenge in front of it to coordinate between inconsistent and conflicting narratives. This narrative geopolitical, Economic And the understanding of environmental problems is causing moral and intellectual trouble. And World Endangering the existence of.
Such divisions started taking shape after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, when the countries of the world closed their doors to each other to prevent the infiltration of the virus. The Ukraine War widened the divide between Western and non-Western factions.
1- Bringing the divided world on one platform
The presidency of G-20 has come to India at a time when the world is completely divided. On the one hand, India’s strategic ally is the US and other Western countries, which are providing arms and ammunition to the Ukrainian army to enable it to continue fighting Putin’s “immoral” and “unfair” war. On the other hand, India’s trusted ally and defense partner is Russia, which has been calling the war a “special military operation” against Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky’s alleged move to pose a security challenge to Russia by joining NATO.
2- Dealing with China’s cleverness
There is China, which has tightened its grip on global supply chains and has unleashed its military might not only in the Indo-Pacific region but also along the Line of Actual Control. For the peacemaker that India is trying to play, Creating a common platform in an increasingly polarized, militarized and multipolar world is not easy. The world is on the verge of nuclear catastrophe.
3- Important issues like climate change, lack of food
India, as the chair of the world’s 20 largest economies, faces challenges not only in ending the rising hostilities between the US and the Russia-led (China-backed) bloc, but also on climate change, food There are other important issues like water scarcity and energy insecurity.
India has to walk the diplomatic tightrope very carefully but, as the old saying goes, in every adversity there is opportunity. Given immense economic opportunities and a strong government that does not hesitate to take tough decisions, the Ukraine war has brought India into the international spotlight.
4- Raising voice for those who did not get place in G-20
India, as an emerging superpower and a democracy, has a moral and political duty to speak up for those who have not found a place in the G-20. Looking towards India for. These crises are threatening the environment and global financial stability. Because of these, millions of people around the world are at risk of starvation and violent deaths.
5- Putting Western countries and Russia at the same table
One of the biggest challenges before Indian diplomacy in the G-20 is to bring the West and Russia to a table, strengthen multilateralism and build a consensus on how to make the world safer, greener and economically prosperous. To deliver
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his message at the G-20 Foreign Ministers’ meeting, which is underway in Delhi, the world should not let issues arise that cannot be resolved now.G-20 President K. As such, India should not allow environmental and economic issues to be drowned in war and geopolitical noise.