How ‘Melodi’ is the flavour of G7, but apart from that there’s anxiety and uncertainty


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The G7 is getting bad press, and that’s hardly surprising. Not one of the leaders assembling in Italy, barring Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, is comfortably ensconced in their political seats. All are battling not just sheer unpopularity, but also economic shakiness amid the costs of war. Into this mess comes Prime Minister Modi, fresh into a third term, perhaps not quite as comfortable as before, but with the knowledge that his party still commands the largest majority in the country. No one else in Italy comes even close. Advertisement G7 leaders have worries The Politico called it “more like the...