India and Brazil are celebrating 74 years of diplomatic relations in 2022. In more recent years, the two countries have elevated their relationship based on a common global vision, commitment to development and shared democratic values. They have had a strategic partnership since 2006, deepened in 2020 through the Action Plan to Strengthen the Strategic Partnership and are working together in various international forums, like BRICS, IBSA, G4, G20, BASIC, and the United Nations.
The report by ORF includes three essays written by Indian authors and three others written by Brazilian authors. They revolve around the themes of World Trade Organization, UN peacekeeping operations, and UN Security Council reforms. It brings together scholars from India and Brazil to articulate new perspectives that could assist policymakers in both countries in identifying new opportunities for collaboration.