Raja Mandala: Commonwealth in the time of Brexit
Britain is showing renewed interest in the 52-nation forum. India could play a key role in its revival.
Written by C. Raja Mohan | Published:November 7, 2017 12:35 am
Narendra Modi with Theresa May. (File Photo)
As India hosts Charles, the Prince of Wales this week, Delhi and London have an opportunity to think afresh about the future of the Commonwealth. If an archaic anti-colonial prism distorted Delhi’s view of the Commonwealth, the troubled dalliance with Europe did much the same to London. If they contributed to the marginalisation of the Commonwealth in the past, Delhi and London now have a stake in reviving it through shared leadership.
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