vlcsnap-2017-01-12-17h43m30s200 Courtesy: Gateway House
12 January 2017

Interview: Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, who was in India to attend the ‘Vibrant Gujarat 2017’ Global Summit earlier this week, was hosted by Gateway House as he passed through Mumbai. Gateway House spoke to him about the need to improve the economic relationship between two countries that have always shared a historically strong bond

east asia summit Courtesy: Russian Government
19 December 2016

An India-ASEAN alliance for Asian integration?

At a time when New Delhi is beginning to not just ‘Look East’ but also ‘Act East’, and when parallel integrative processes are underway globally, including the ASEAN-led process, the incipient China-led process and the U.S.-led TTP, India and ASEAN could together produce a brilliant new era of Asian integration

China-SriLanka-Title Card Courtesy: Gateway House
1 December 2016

Chinese investments in Sri Lanka

China is the largest investor in Sri Lanka today, with funding and investment of nearly $15 billion. Gateway House tracks the Chinese money trail to Sri Lanka-- where it lands, where it stays--and assesses its depth. This is the second in the Gateway House Series on Chinese investments in South Asia.

BIMSTEC Courtesy: Google Earth
20 October 2016

BRICS/BIMSTEC’s maritime portents

The recent BRICS summit and BIMSTEC outreach highlighted some laudable maritime endeavours linking geographically distant, emerging economies within the grouping. The BIMSTEC platform is also crucial to India's efforts to create a peaceful Bay of Bengal community through economic and cultural linkages.

GH_EcoSummit-4x6 Courtesy: Gateway House
6 October 2016

BRICS: expectations from the Goa Summit

The 8th BRICS summit in Goa comes in the midst of major geopolitical events; Brexit, the U.S. elections, the South China Sea dispute, and the terror attacks in Uri. There is much need for BRICS to demonstrate to the world, its capability to manage internal differences and showcase a collective sense of cooperation

Россия. Владивосток. 3 сентября 2016. Президент РФ Владимир Путин во время пресс-конференции по итогам встречи с президентом Южной Кореи Пак Кын Хе на II Восточном экономическом форуме на территории Дальневосточного федерального университета (ДВФУ) на острове Русский. Дмитрий Серебряков/фотохост-агентство ТАСС|Russia’s President Vladimir Putin speaks at a news conference following talks with South Korea'''s President Park Geun-hye at the 2016 Eastern Economic Forum at Far Eastern Federal University on Russky Island, Vladivostok, Russia, on September 3, 2016.Dmitry Serebryakov/TASS Host Photo Agency Courtesy: Eastern Economic Forum
29 September 2016

Eastern Economic Forum: India misses out

The Second Eastern Economic Forum, held last month in Russia, could have been a time for India to forge stronger trade links, but the governments of both countries have to be more supportive before this can happen.

The Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Shri Arun Jaitley delivering the valedictory address at the Conference on “International Arbitration in BRICS: Challenges, Opportunities and Road ahead”, in New Delhi on August 27, 2016.
	The Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Shri Shaktikanta Das is also seen. Courtesy: IBG News
22 September 2016

India: an arbitration hub?

India’s goal of establishing arbitration centres for BRICS nations will not be possible without a holistic assessment of its arbitration policy.

Modi in Vietnam Courtesy: Ministry of External Affairs/Flickr
12 September 2016

India-Vietnam: setting a new benchmark

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent trip to Vietnam had both heads of state announcing an upgrade of their ‘Strategic Partnership’ into a ‘Comprehensive Strategic Partnership’. This added term captures the importance both sides have vested in the need to deepen the relationship and the prospect for future cooperation.