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India & world in Modi 3.0

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What could the foreign policy of the Narendra Modi government in its third term look like? With no change at the top at the Ministry of External Affairs, a broad continuity is indicated.…
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What is on the agenda for Chinese premier Li Qiang’s visit to Australia?

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1. Trade-offs After arriving in Adelaide on Saturday, Li’s first focus will be on panda diplomacy, followed by attempts to showcase the easing of trade barriers. 1:18 Albanese announces China’s premier to visit Australia for first time since 2017…

G7 summit has seen surprising progress but the alliance is in peril like never before

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They came battered and worn by battles back home for a few days by the sea, seeking sanctuary and solace in a wellness resort turned summit venue.
The G7 leaders will leave fortified by some surprisingly robust diplomatic progress but potentially termi…

Politics Briefing: Trudeau, Modi meet at G7 for first time since India-Canada relations soured

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At the G7 summit in Italy, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met for the first time with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi since Trudeau accused India’s government of being involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen.…
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G7 leaders pledge action to counter foreign interference in new statement

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SAVELLETRI DI FASANO — Leaders of the G7 countries say they are more concerned than ever about foreign interference and plan to create a “collective response framework” to counter foreign threats to democracies.…
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Russian ties and cheap tech: G7 leaders unequivocal in criticism of China

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China’s role in providing assistance to Russia in its war against Ukraine, and its “harmful overcapacity” in the production of cheap goods, have been targeted by G7 leaders despite misgivings from Germany.…
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Asia’s commercial heft helps keep Russia’s war economy going

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FOLLOWING VLADIMIR PUTIN’S invasion of Ukraine two years ago, more than three dozen countries, led by the West, slapped economic sanctions on Russia. They were unprecedented in their scope for a target of its size, covering energy and other commodities…

India’s new government should take a problem-solving approach

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The 2024 election has brought back into focus the need for an ‘inclusive growth story’ with high-quality infrastructure, ample employment opportunities and rising productivity. The mandate suggests that voters ‘mean business,’ as they say, and do not w…

Kick off: World market themes for the week ahead

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Central bank decisions in Britain, Switzerland and Norway are expected to provide more evidence that the global rate cutting dash is slowing to a crawl, while retail sales data from the United States and China will provide a consumer health check.&#823…

EU’s knee-jerk return to national business subsidies could distort the single market in favour of larger states

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The deal the European Commission negotiated with the UK on Brexit was very favourable for Ireland, North and South. It has avoided a potentially very disruptive change to our trading and political relationships.…
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