Two years ago, during the Arab Spring uprisings in several West Asian nations, youth and pro-democracy movements flared up on the Persian Gulf island of Bahrain. In light of these events, this paper assesses how Bahrain’s policies toward its Shia constituency have affected relations between Sunni and Shia groups.
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Gateway House's Manjeet Kripalani made a speech at the 7th annual École Mondiale Model United Nations in December 2011. She discusses policy making with the future decision-makers gathered in Mumbai, and talks about the challenges they will face in this transitioning world.
Gateway House's Ambassador Neelam Deo questions issues related to military intervention in others countries. She also discusses the regime transitions and India's position in the current global context.
Ashoka or Arthashastra: which one can better shape India's foreign policy and future? Gateway House sponsored its second Global Minds Essay Contest, which was open to any student in India aged 15-19 years. This essay by Huma Yaseen from Uttarakhand won the first prize
Gateway House launched its first Global Minds Essay Contest, with the theme "Who can save the Sundarbans?", open to any student in India aged 15-19 years. A panel comprising Bittu Sahgal, Vijay Crishna, Ambassador Neelam Deo, and Smita Parekh determined the winners.
Gateway House launched its first Global Minds Essay Contest, with the theme "Who can save the Sundarbans?", open to any student in India aged 15-19 years. This essay by Damini Roy, from Rajasthan, won the first prize.