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A Tale of Two Summits

Two back-to-back multilateral summits, the BRICS and G20, are rightly considered 2023’s very important meetings. Both these have successes, challenges and provide indicators on the state of current geopolitics.

Cobbled Consensus and Emerging Challenges

A more focused approach and timely delivery of assurances hold the key to the success of the G20.

India’s Turn to Save the World from the Next Crisis

A silent wave of financial stress is running through the world financial markets. India, the incoming G20 President, must provide the leadership necessary to save the world from an emerging market debt crisis. The proximate cause of the crisis is the combination of COVID-19 debt and a jump in the US dollar. Fighting the dollar’s appreciation with higher interest rates on debt will push the world into recession. Faced with a rich-country commercial bank debt crisis in 2008, the G7 announced that they would use all the available tools and take all necessary steps to save the banks. We need to do the same today for countries. India should press the IMF to immediately increase access to its unconditional rapid fi nancing facilities and temporarily suspend interest rate surcharges. Avinash

The Politics of India’s Data Protection Ecosystem

Through a string of publicly available submissions, press statements, and other media reports, the article tracks the political evolution of the data protection ecosystem in India, and how this has, and will continue to impact legislative and policy developments.

Can the G20 Decide the World’s Future?

The G20 needs to take a proactive role in including the needs of the developing world.

How Can India Become a Global Leader in Solar Power Generation?

The advancement of the International Solar Alliance by India and France has gained prominence in the field of solar power generation. However, there are some critical challenges that India faces, such as poor supply chain of production, severely low tariffs and over-dependence on Chinese imports.
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