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    For a while it seemed that the world had become unipolar, but then it turned out to be not quite so.

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    This has been followed by the remarkable, seemingly inexorable, rise of China but that is not such a straightforward story. Just when we thought that we might have left behind Cold War-style wars and confrontation, Crimea happens and sanctions are imposed on Russia. We haven't really managed to leave behind the 20th century. So the question arises: where are we headed? I believe it is like playing with a kaleidoscope whose pattern is constantly changing with every little twirl. When will the pattern settle down?

    I don't know, but I do believe that the present situation provides an opening for India. The 21st century world will be a very different world from the 20th century world and, much more so, the 19th century world. It is a globalized, interdependent, technology-driven world. Yet the institutions that we are living with and the mindset that we have belong to the 20th century. Nationalism was the idea of the 19th century. That is when the concept of nation-states was born.