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India and the emerging world
Taking nuclear vulnerabilities seriously
Books, not bullets in J&K
Beirut battered
NEWS
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India and the emerging world
Taking nuclear vulnerabilities seriously
Books, not bullets in J&K
Beirut battered
NEWS
India and the emerging world
?But for two decades, China had been winning without
fighting, while the US was fighting without winning.
?NOTE: we are talking about 2 leading players
?4 dacades of friendship between US-China
?We ask why it is under stress now, when we could
wonder equally easily why it lasted that long.
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India and the emerging world
Taking nuclear vulnerabilities seriously
Books, not bullets in J&K
Beirut battered
NEWS
India and the emerging world
?But for two decades, China had been winning without
fighting, while the US was fighting without winning.
?NOTE: we are talking about 2 leading players
?4 dacades of friendship between US-China
?We ask why it is under stress now, when we could
wonder equally easily why it lasted that long.
?Many of the discomforts today arise from
differences on key issues like the relationship
between the state, politics, society, business, faith
and the markets.
?It is expressed in matters of personal freedoms
and institutional firewalls.
?Sociology matters, especially once it assumes
global proportions.
?This is at the heart of the predicament the world
faces today.
?And creating common ground is, therefore, the
hardest diplomatic challenge.
Page 4


India and the emerging world
Taking nuclear vulnerabilities seriously
Books, not bullets in J&K
Beirut battered
NEWS
India and the emerging world
?But for two decades, China had been winning without
fighting, while the US was fighting without winning.
?NOTE: we are talking about 2 leading players
?4 dacades of friendship between US-China
?We ask why it is under stress now, when we could
wonder equally easily why it lasted that long.
?Many of the discomforts today arise from
differences on key issues like the relationship
between the state, politics, society, business, faith
and the markets.
?It is expressed in matters of personal freedoms
and institutional firewalls.
?Sociology matters, especially once it assumes
global proportions.
?This is at the heart of the predicament the world
faces today.
?And creating common ground is, therefore, the
hardest diplomatic challenge.
?The rise of a new global power was never going
to be easy.
?We live in an interdependent and constrained
world
?Tensions and negotiations, adjustments and
transactions
?The impact on the global order of these
developments is likely to be visible over the next
generation.
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India and the emerging world
Taking nuclear vulnerabilities seriously
Books, not bullets in J&K
Beirut battered
NEWS
India and the emerging world
?But for two decades, China had been winning without
fighting, while the US was fighting without winning.
?NOTE: we are talking about 2 leading players
?4 dacades of friendship between US-China
?We ask why it is under stress now, when we could
wonder equally easily why it lasted that long.
?Many of the discomforts today arise from
differences on key issues like the relationship
between the state, politics, society, business, faith
and the markets.
?It is expressed in matters of personal freedoms
and institutional firewalls.
?Sociology matters, especially once it assumes
global proportions.
?This is at the heart of the predicament the world
faces today.
?And creating common ground is, therefore, the
hardest diplomatic challenge.
?The rise of a new global power was never going
to be easy.
?We live in an interdependent and constrained
world
?Tensions and negotiations, adjustments and
transactions
?The impact on the global order of these
developments is likely to be visible over the next
generation.
?The most obvious one is that the world will be
increasingly multipolar as distribution of power
broadens and alliance discipline dilutes.
?A more nationalistic approach to international
relations will undeniably weaken multilateral
rules in many domains.
?This will be particularly sharp in respect of
economic interests and sovereignty concerns.
?It requires a new energy to be poured into
reformed multilateralism.
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