South Asia and Beyond

G20: U.S.-China ‘Tango’, Putin’s Absence, Shifts In World Order & India Inherits Troubled Times

NEW DELHI: On ‘Talking Point‘, Ambassador Pankaj Saran, India’s Former Deputy National Security Adviser, Current Member of the National Security Advisory Board(NSAB), Former Envoy to Russia and as Former Joint Secretary(Prime Minister’s Office), the PM’s Ex-Pointsperson for the first 6 G20 Summits, in conversation with StratNews Global Associate Editor Amitabh P. Revi.

This episode is originally streamed live on location.

Ambassador Saran discusses the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, strategic bilaterals on the sidelines, the Biden-Xi three-hour meeting, the Xi-Modi interaction, their first handshake since the deadly Galwan clashes, the implications of America’s tango with China for India, President Putin’s absence, India’s role in the communique echoing PM Prime Modi’s message that “today’s era must not be of war”, the wording on the Ukraine invasion, the shift in the world order, the rise of the global south, the evolution of the G20, how India was invited to the high table, its inheriting and navigating of troubled times as G20 President through to the New Delhi Summit in September 2023.


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