This weekend’s G20 summit in New Delhi will undoubtedly be presented as a foreign policy triumph by the BJP as next year’s general election creeps onto the horizon. But for all the fanfare in India itself, months of deliberations ahead of the summit have failed to find common ground on a range of issues. Overshadowing virtually every discussion is the seemingly irrevocable difference between Russia and China and the rest of the group on the war in Ukraine.
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