The time is at hand for India to play a proactive role in shaping the international migration discourse, position itself as the preferred country of origin and demonstrate the benefits of its demography. It also urges that it is time for the world to anticipate the future: to recognize that the mobility of the producers of goods and providers of services is as important; work towards a robust global migration policy framework that provides for freer movement of people; and to move towards ‘one world, one people’. The grand dynamics of the historical patterns of the accumulation of capital have shaped the evolution of global inequality. The failure to address the primary driver of inequality—the tendency of returns on capital to exceed the rate of economic growth—today threatens to stir discontent and generate conflict of an order that will likely jeopardize the very basis of a modern, progressive and democratic future for all.
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