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A renewed multilateralism

India has an opportunity over the next months and years to repair the stressed post-War order


Illustration: Ajay Mohanty

Mihir S Sharma
The United Nations General Assembly initiates a series of events and summits that are the highlight of the year in terms of multilateralism. The next month will see the annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in Washington, the Conference of the Parties on climate change in Egypt; and in November, the Group of 20 nations, or G20 are due to meet in Bali, Indonesia.
It is no secret, however, that a multilateralism that was already strained by the rise of China and the weakening of the post-War global order has now been nearly shattered by
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First Published: Sep 25 2022 | 10:04 PM IST

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