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From our archives- 1860 17 years into founding Economist, James Wilson's most ambitious project partnering queen victoria in launching chartered bank by and for the quarter of peoples on india subcontinent stalls.
Wilson dies of diarrhea 9 months after landing in calcutta. 85 years later sir kenneth kemp (father in law of Economist's Norman Macrae writes up legalese of Indian Independence. Sir Ken did not know that partitioning was about to happen. Peoples of East pakistan draw colonial aera's shorterst straw - not only a colony of West Pakistan but blocked out of access to what have been south asia's superport. 23 years later cyclone kills a million peoples and shell oils regional young superstar ends his contract to start helping women build the new nation of Bangladesh. The greatest economic miracle produced by a billion asian mothers begin. The first network cooperation - oral rehydration ; 112 years after wilson's death illiterate village mothers first homework is how to mix boiled water sugar and salt to stop diarrhea killing one thord of infants in tropical villages. Inspired by this abed and 1 billion women map 30 cooperation platforms 1972-2019 - BRA-C (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Cooperation). First meta partnership BEAC UNICEF Tropical china; from 1996 leapfrog partners beyong vilages without electricity start to web end poverty's races. Japan and silicon valley ask abed to go international - vrac university with james grant as first world class colege begins 2001
meanwhile in 1890s london 2nd editor walter bagehot continues queen victoria's project - can the English Constitution end the slave making mentality of corpoartesd like East India company with a commonwealth constitution. Although many believe Victoria did plant this legacy for the 20th C royal family - not in time for east Insia comoany to ruin another quarter of the world's lives - the chinese after 1960 clsoe themselves to global trade rather than accept ultimatum to accept opium as a currency. Just as it takes peoples of the place we now call bnagaldesh 110 yeras to start freeing their own trade, so too contenetal china. By 1972 out of desperation both bangaldesh and china depend on raiing womens productivity from mear 0 to more than that of men in every community developing children. On the Bangladesg side follow the mapping of the reforemd oil company ceo fazle abed; on china tropical side note that one child polict meand half of all familiyies start to be dependednt on how brillainatly entrepreneurial their 20s something daughter becomes

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Primary purpose founder (London Scot James Wilson 1843) can global viewspaper mediate goals 2 and 1 end hunger and end poverty- changing slave making tdae toward multi-win commonwealth: wilson's pjhilosophy Smithian (last writings morality of markets before engines; first 16s of engines impact on national branding; wislons 2 signature partnership with queen victoria - end corn laws starving half of ireland's population; go to calcutta to start charter banking by and for the people; sadly wilson diee of dairrhea withing first year in vacutta but son-in-lam bagehot continues transfolrmation of Englsh Constitution
From 1951 given greatest scoop by vin neuamann - ask what peoples do with 100 times more tech per decade 1930 to 2020s-particularlycan zero sum games be resplaced by sustainable above zero sum trades - eg networks applying life critical knowhow multiplky value in use opposite to consuming up things
Norman Macrae's learning curve in 28 years before being mentored by Neumann: first 13 years home schooled btitish embassies including Stalin's moscw; then soend s last days as teen navigating airplaned bomber commandnd Burma before 6 years of good fortune; last class taught by keynes cambridge; mentired at Economist by sur geiffrey crowther autoboigrapher of Economist's first century
stories from mapping 100 times moore: best ever western leader decade fyt=ure chalenge - kenned'y's moon race primarily biproduct satellite telecoms (alumnisat) and interdendence - 2 atlantic segments : america's new european; Euro's old; asian about two thirds of humans dependent on pacific coast's world trade (that leaves up to 15% to decide which ocean integrated their muti-win games0; age 39 macrae permitted one signed survey a year- begins with 10 years of surveys of what futures do peoples want - 1962 Japan and rising Asian neighbors; 1963 people of Russia; 1964 peoples of Brazil & Latin America ...1968 peoples of south africa; 1969 rainbow peo[ples of USA- from 1972 alarmed by nixon's exit of dolar from gold standard begins 40 tyear future histiry genres with early fici on fintech, edtech, healthtec as well as energy markets; from 1976 joined by prodi argues for future capitalism grounded by sme networks not just bigger and bigger corporate and gov; 1984 prepares for last 5 y years at Economist with 2 genres - 2025 report book first published with chris macrae on updating sustainability deadlines and opportunities/threats of web1-3; biography of von neumann ; last article dec 2008- huge risk web 2 age of millennials will be underinvested with youth having to bail out elders; can blockchain distributed finance be last chance antidote to every greater political havoc of printing paper money?
Systems truth - big organisations hate innovation (ironically artificial intel best at integrating deepest real time data in way no human gov can do real time)- notably powerful western people blocked from transparent unlearning by media & lawyers; gov2.0 is about how hard one transformation of gov is since horse was fastest way to communicate; industrial revolution 4 shows how hard for big corporates to innovate beyond past system; 2020s last chance crises may involve privileged gamesters racing into web3 societies who havent yet learnt from billion poorest women attempts to leapfrog from web00 (without electricity)in 2001 friends of billion poorest women proposed solution - new universities who share their alumni's open community to community sdg solutions- see abedmooc.com and discuss meta challenges to sdgs.games- as predicted in 1984's 2025 report transformation of edu essential to survival of human beings (echoing HG Well's civilisiation race between edu and catastrophe)
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Monday, June 11, 2018

sco 2018

Transcript of Media Briefing by Secretary (West) at Qingdao (June 10, 2018)

June 11, 2018
Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: Good afternoon friends and welcome once again to this special press briefing at Qingdao on Prime Minister’s visit for the SCO Summit. Day two of Prime Minister’s visit was started with a restricted session which was followed by a plenary and there were also bilateral meetings which took place, there is one scheduled after this briefing i.e. with Kyrgyz Republic. I have with me Secretary (West) who will be briefing us on day two of Prime Minister’s stay in Qingdao. I also have with me the Jt. Secretary who looks after SCO and she will also chip in as and when required. 

Secretary (West), Mrs. Ruchi Ghanshyam: Thank you so much Raveesh and thank you all for coming here. Good afternoon to you all. As you all know Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi participated in the 18th meeting of the Council of Heads of State of Shanghai Cooperation Organization which was held under the Chairmanship of the President of China, President Xi Jinping in this beautiful city of Qingdao.

This was the first SCO Summit after India became a full member in June 2017 and in that sense it was a historic summit and this was the fact that most leaders also recalled. Prime Minister’s program in Qingdao included participation in the welcome banquet hosted by the Chinese President Xi Jinping on the evening of June 9, 2018. 

Prime Minister attended the SCO Heads of State Council meeting in both the restricted as well as the extended formats in addition bilateral meetings of the Prime Minister were held on the sidelines of the summit as has been highlighted by the spokesperson just now. 

The SCO summit is a forum and this is just for understanding its importance that this is a forum which enables India to engage with countries of Central Asia. It is the highest decision making body in the SCO. It meets for annual summits in Member Countries by rotation. This summits marks the culmination of China’s yearlong chairmanship of SCO and of passing on the baton to Kyrgyzstan for the next year.

At the summit the Qingdao declaration was adopted by the Heads of State. Other documents were also adopted at the meeting. The important ones among them, well all are important but some of them which I want to point out to are, Joint Appeal by the Heads of SCO Member States for Prevention of Radicalization of Youth, Program of Cooperation in Combating Terrorism, Separatism and Extremism for the years 2019-21, MoU within SCO in the field of MSMEs, Joint Statement by SCO Members on Trade Facilitation, Joint Action Plan in the Field of Tourism for the period 2019-20, SCO Concept on Cooperation in the Field of Environmental Protection and SCO Concept on the Prevention of Abuse of Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances and SCO Anti-drug Strategy.

Some of these documents are the result of negotiations at the expert level from various fields and they are reflective of India’s active participation during the last one year in the meetings and various expert level meetings of SCO. The Prime Minister, amongst the things that he highlighted, was that SCO should explore ways to utilize the SCO platform to stabilize the energy market for mutual benefit and that the development strategy of SCO until 2025 provides a good roadmap for cooperation.

He said that India would be ready to play its role in fostering socio-economic development of the SCO region and it can offer its experience in skill development, capacity building and human resource development. Amongst the things which Prime Minister also pointed out was the importance of tourism and he specially mentioned about the foreign tourists coming to India only 6 percent are coming at the moment from SCO countries while it can easily be increased perhaps even to double the number.

He highlighted the importance of creating awareness about tourism between SCO countries and India and in this regard he offered that India could host an SCO food festival and an exhibition of the common Buddhist heritage of SCO countries and that these could be held in India. 

He also underlined the importance of skill development, capacity building and human resource development and of cooperation in these areas. In this regard he made a number of specific suggestions. I think these would be available in the Prime Minister’s statement which would be available to you on our website. 

The Prime Minister gave a kind of acronym SECURE which stands for Security for our citizens, Economic development for all, Connecting the region, United our people, Respect for sovereignty and integrity and Environmental protection. So these are some of the areas that he highlighted during the statement. The Prime Minister also congratulated the President of Kyrgyzstan who will take over as chair and offered India’s full support and cooperation to him in the pursuit of his chairmanship.

All the leaders held discussions in a very friendly atmosphere and in a very constructive manner. They also exchanged views on various issues of interest regionally and internationally. Those were some of the important highlights. Yes we had bilateral meetings just now after the summit with the President of Kazakhstan. You have already been briefed about the bilateral meetings yesterday.

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: One bilateral meeting took place today. There is another one which will take after this briefing with Kyrgyzstan. In the meeting with Kazakhstan I think the focus was on India’s participation at the SCO plus more on the bilateral side, the sectors that were covered were India and Kazakhstan working together in hydro carbon sector.

There was some discussion also on how to facilitate visa and travel of people between the two countries. PM also thanked Kazakhstan for their support during the election of Justice Dalbir Bhandari and some discussion also took place on how to enhance the level of trade and investment which exist at this point of time. 

Kazakh President did mention that compared to previous years the trade had gone up by 50 percent and that was an encouraging time. So in the limited time I think this is what was discussed between the leaders.

Secretary (West), Mrs. Ruchi Ghanshyam: Prime Minister also invited Kazakhstan to join the International Solar Alliance and the President of Kazakhstan responded enthusiastically because he said this is an important initiative. So we hope that Kazakhstan will also take now greater interest in the Solar Alliance.

Other than that those were some of the important issues, connectivity between India and Central Asian countries especially India and Kazakhstan and how we can further improve this connectivity. These are also some of the issues that came up during the discussion.

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: Thank you Ma’am. We don’t have much time for Q&A session because we have another bilateral meeting as I mentioned to you. We will take questions only on the SCO Summit.

Question: Prime Minister spoke extensively about importance of connectivity and in that context he spoke about the need to respect sovereignty and territorial integrity of countries while implementing various connectivity projects. India is the only country which has been actually opposing China’s BRI (Belt and Road Initiative), so what was the mood inside the room when Prime Minister talked about territorial integrity and sovereignty of nations in implementing these kind of mega infrastructure projects? 

Question: In total how many agreements were signed as far as the SCO Summit is concerned and the joint actions plans, so if you can segregate how many agreements and how many joint action plans were signed?

Question: Was there any discussion on Iran nuclear deal and were there discussion on SCO countries continuing to buying oil from Iran and other ways to ensure energy security?

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: Are you asking this question in the context of SCO because Prime Minister’s speech was also telecast live which we are going to put on our website. You will have to look whether there was a reference to this particular aspect which you are referring to or not.

Question Contd.: I thought there were some discussion in what was broadcast.

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: You know we can only share what our Prime Minister spoke but if other members spoke about it then it is something that you will have to ask them. This is not the right forum for us to answer queries about what the Iranian President might have said or others might have said. 

Question Contd.: I am sorry, my question wasn’t about what the Iranian President said, it was about how India and other countries are responding. So you can only respond about India’s reaction.

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: I can only respond with the respect to SCO. If it is connected to the SCO and Prime Minister spoke at the plenary session and the speech which he delivered is available on our website. Our position on JCPO etc. is publicly articulated and is consistent and is available anywhere. So there is no change but as far as I recall there was no reference in Prime Minister’s speech.

Question Contd.: What about the SCO mechanism to stabilize the energy market? Was that about something else?

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: That is what I am saying, please go through the Prime Minister’s speech first. If you see any reference then maybe we can give some clarification to what is already spoken.

Question Contd.: Could you clarify then stabilizing the energy market?

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: I will have to see if that reference is there in the PM’s speech or not.

Secretary (West), Mrs. Ruchi Ghanshyam: The first question was about connectivity, I don’t know if I can comment about the mood in the room but India’s position and I don’t think that India’s position is something that is not known to others. So I really don’t see India’s position coming as a surprise to anybody because this is not the first time India has articulated it. The prime Minister has articulated it earlier and it is a well-known position. So I think with that I will pass you on to my colleague for the list of agreements and documents. 

Jt. Secretary for SCO: The total number of agreements that were signed, I wouldn’t call them agreements per se, they are outcome documents which were adopted by the Council of Heads of Governments of the SCO i.e. the summit and so the documents which were adopted were. The primary being the joint communique which is issued by the Head and after that there were 12 other documents and then we had four different documents which were basically agreed between the respective ministries of the member countries. There were two documents which relate to the customs, one which related to Small, Micro and Medium enterprises and the fourth one was on tourism.

So in total we had around 22 documents which were there. So these are basically outcome documents, program of action and like Secretary had already said that one of the most important document which came out as an outcome of the summit was the appeal to the youth against radicalization. So we feel that appeal document is something very important and we negotiated that document in the SCO.

Question: There were indications that India might press for mentioning of terror groups which operates in Pakistan. So was there any mention of terror groups operating from Pakistan in the document of terrorism?

Jt. Secretary for SCO: No, there was no such mention. These are issues which are primarily debated and negotiated in the SCO – RATS (Regional Anti-Terrorists Structure). So they were not done.

Secretary (West), Mrs. Ruchi Ghanshyam:
 I just wanted to add to your query regarding stabilizing energy market, perhaps while I was reading, I misread because it was not part of the Prime Minister’s statement. These kind of issues can be discussed during the margins but in any case that the Prime Minister has said that is available on the website. But from India’s perspective Central Asia is an energy rich region and there are a number or mechanisms between India and Central Asian countries for cooperation in the field of energy. So I don’t think you should be linking it with other issues that you seem to have done.

Question: On terrorism, to speak about how India’s specific concerns will be reflected in the declaration, we haven’t seen it yet, can we get a sense how it would reflect our core concerns on terrorism?

Secretary (West), Mrs. Ruchi Ghanshyam: Actually the documents will be available ton the website and there is a program of action on this issue which will also be available on the website.

Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar: I can just add that most of the leaders they did mention about the scourge of terrorism. Several leaders spoke about it, they highlighted the menace of terrorism. We haven’t gone through the document but as Secretary mentioned there is a program of action on this particular topic which should cover the concerns of the global community vis-à-vis terrorism.

Thank you very much. Thank you Ma’am and Jt. Secretary and thank you all for joining.

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