Agency, Washington. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has said that the outcome of the current dispute between the US and China will have a major impact on the rest of the world and will lead to a new approach to global affairs. “The main feature of world politics today is the rebalancing of the global economy
Agency, Washington. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has said that the outcome of the current dispute between the US and China will have a major impact on the rest of the world and will lead to a new approach to global affairs. “The main feature of world politics today is the rebalancing of the global economy and politics and the growing contradiction between the US and China,” Jaishankar said on Tuesday at a program of the American think tank ‘Center for Strategic and International Studies’.
He said, “The way the two powers are treating the world is different from their behavior in the past. The result of the current dispute between them, their behavior will greatly affect the rest of the world. This will change our thinking and perhaps a new approach to global affairs will evolve over time. ”Jaishankar described today’s era as fluctuating and said that it was from the relaxing mantras of globalization that were heard only a few years ago. Is completely different.
In his address based on the theme of ‘Preparing for a different era’, the External Affairs Minister said that preparing for a more competitive and more complex era would require a different mindset. “Preparing for a more competitive and more complex era will require a different mindset,” he said. For a country like India, this will be a change, apart from the changes that have taken place in the sequence of global power. Will be reflected in giving.
Jaishankar said, “It will promote deep structural changes and ambitious socio-economic initiatives that can change both habits and attitudes.” Challenges considered difficult will have to be tackled rather than avoided in this world. An example of this is the recent changes in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in India. “The Government of India repealed the provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution granting special status to Jammu and Kashmir on August 5. Jaishankar said that finding a common point for connection with more and more power centers would determine diplomacy at a higher level.