As India prepares to take the spotlight at the G20 Summit, it\'s essential to question whether this glittering opportunity signifies a genuine commitment to address pressing concerns or if it merely serves as a facade. The issues of rising inflation, extremism, Islamophobia, and the Kashmir situation cast a shadow on India\'s international image.
Beyond the displays of military prowess, September 6th is a day for introspection—a time to acknowledge that while external threats are palpable, the gravest danger often festers within our borders.
Pak-Afghan economic connectivity is just one piece of the broader puzzle of regional integration and connectivity, which in turn is dependent on peace in both countries. Ultimately, tapping their as yet unexplored economic potential can lead to a shared prosperous destiny and future.
With the Chinese economic model flourishing along the Silk Roads, the United States has started to realize to develop similar ‘weapons’ in order to compete with revisionist China’s unique take on capitalism. If this doesn’t point toward the revival of the ‘Great Game’ with Afghanistan as the fulcrum of Eurasia, what does? – The Great Game 3.0.