The G20 summit in India — a Brics member and apparent rival to the dominant fellow member China — ended with a mix of both surprising and long-expected outcomes detailed in what has been termed the New Delhi Declaration.

On the face of it, there was consensus on the major issues plaguing the global economy and world leaders that might cause one to pause, assess and potentially be hopeful for a better geopolitical future than in recent years...

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