G-20: INDIA’S PRESIDENCY Expectations, Achievements and Challenges

18 September 2023, 4 pm

After conducting about 200 Meetings of G-20 Nations on various aspects of Global interests all over country, India held G20 Summit on September 9-10, 2023 at Delhi under Indian Presidency.

Top world leaders have congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the “historic success” of India’s G20 presidency and hailed his “decisive leadership” for championing the voice of the Global South. The world leaders also hailed India’s hospitality and praised the PM for presiding over a successful summit, while noting that the country’s message of ‘one earth, one family, one future’ (वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम) resonated strongly with all the delegates.

Given the importance of G-20 and current geo-political scenario the CSSP is organizing an online discussion to analyse the G-20 Presidency and its achievements on 18 September at 4 pm. All are cordially invited.


  1. What is G-20?
  2. The G-20 theme ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future’
  3. Modi’s emergence as a global leader
  4. G-20 : India’s Achievements
  5. G-20 and Soft Diplomacy
  6. G-20 and Domestic Politics
  7. G-20 and the Expansion of UNSC
  8. G-20 and India’s initiatives to combat climate change
  9. Democratization of  World Economy
  10. Two decades of G-20 Journey
  11. How Delhi Summit different from previous ones?

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Dr A K Verma

Director, CSSP, Kanpur


  • Prof T.P. Singh

BHU, Varanasi

  • Prof Aslam Khan

MGCU, Motihari, Bihar

  • Dr Saurabh Mishra

Amity, Noida

  • Dr Sarika Dubey

Principal, KDGC, Lucknow


  • Dr Sanjay Kumar

Professor, Coordinator, CSSP

  • Dr Dharmendra Pratap Srivastava

Assistant Director (Acad), CSSP

  • Mr Kamal Kumar Srivastava

Research Assistant, CSSP, Kanpur


Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants on email on 18th September early morning.


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