Why India sees value in SCO, despite China-Pak nexus | Geeta's World, Ep 10

SCO Summit from a Reporter’s Lens; Geeta Mohan with host Anna Priyadarshini discuss if there are dead-ends at the SCO for India, when it comes to resolving some of our most crucial geopolitical hurdles? Tune in!

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In this episode, we cover everything that happened at the SCO summit in Samarkand

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation or the SCO summit was concluded last week in Samarkand. It's an annual summit between China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, along with four observer states which include Afghanistan and Iran.

This year’s summit happened at a time of a noticeable geopolitical churn, with Indian and Chinese troops disengaging in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh, and Russia suffering what many are calling a serious setback, in its invasion of Ukraine.

In the 10th episode of Geeta’s World, our host Anna Priyadarshini and foreign affairs editor at India Today, TV Today Network, Geeta Mohan, explains the geopolitical angle to this development, and everything that happened at the SCO summit in Samarkand.

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Produced by Anna Priyadarshini

Sound mix by Kapil Dev Singh

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