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The ouster of China’s Foreign Minister Qin Gang, after only six months in that post, and the recalling of his senior Wang Yi to it, has exposed the rot in China’s higher echelons and the vulnerabilities of the second largest economy in the world.
Despite tremendous pressure from major powers, India is steering the G20 and Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meetings with its own flavor of speaking for the Global South, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR), food security, climate change, and other issues.
The New Delhi summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) concluded on July 4, 2023 virtually after 140 programmes of conferences, workshops, and dialogues of member states on different subjects.
New Delhi forges a unique path in Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO): A positive stride amidst diversity
The SCO represents 40 per cent of the world’s population and a third of its GDP, albeit due to China and India.
China has been watching Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States this week. There are many stakes for China in the emerging US-India strategic partnership. These range from the emerging power distribution at regional and global orders to addressing supply chain and technology disruptions caused by the Global Financial Crisis, the Covid-19 pandemic and the current Ukraine conflict.