Q.2 The world is today adrift. We are neither in a bipolar Cold War nor in a multipolar world, though perhaps tending towards a world of several power centres. In this context, examine the challenges and opportunities for India. (10 Marks)

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  • https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/a-strategy-for-india-in-a-world-that-is-adrift/article36867249.ece
  • In the intro, mention the emergence of China as a global power and the relative decline of the US power.
  • In the body, mention the lack of coherent international response to Covid pandemic, ineffective international response to climate change underlines the fact that the world is in between the orders. Next mention the fact that India is going to remain at the focus of geopolitical rivalries. In the opportunities mention that increasing security congruence with the U.S. could enable growing cooperation in fields significant for India’s transformation. Also mention that the increasing possibility of working with partners in the developing world building broader coalitions on issues of common interest.
  • Conclude by mentioning that we cannot separate our domestic trajectory from the external course we need to pursue to transform India into a strong, secure and prosperous country.
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