SCO, India-China, world order
- India will be participating in Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit scheduled in Qingdao as a permanent member for the first time
- The full members of SCO include China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, India and Pakistan.
- India and Pakistan became full time members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in 2017.
- The SCO summit is expected to reject the concept of anti-globalization and unilateralism and promote Multilateralism.
- The “America-first” doctrine of U.S. which has encouraged protectionism and threat of trade wars had provided an underlying meaning to the Wuhan summit.
- The issue of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is expected to be discussed in the summit.
- The positive side of Wuhan and Sochi summit.
- In the Wuhan Summit consensus which was reached between India and China would be reflected at the SCO summit.
- The positives of the Sochi Summit would be carried over to the SCO Summit
- Russia, China and India are likely to emerge as the core of the SCO