The nature of the sweeping victory of AAP and Kejriwal may be unprecedented in India but not in Latin America. In Brazil, Mexico and Colombia, there are lessons for AAP and Arvind Kejriwal as they assume power in New Delhi – and also for the Congress Party as well as the BJP
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The death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, election of President Michelle Bachelet in Chile, reforms in Mexico and the legalisation of cannabis in Uruguay have implications for the Latin American region. Gateway House examines how these will shape the region’s politics and economy in the coming years
The Livemint published an article by Gateway House’s Distinguished Fellow, Ambassador R. Viswanathan, on the reforms introduced in Mexico in 2013
The reforms initiated by President Enrique Pena Nieto may have started a new era of economic and social transformation in Mexico. The reforms, and the manner in which four major political parties of the country committed consensual support to vital policies, can be an inspiration for democracies across the world
As 2013 draws to a close, Gateway House examines the tumultous year and the significant developments that affected foreign policy globally. Below is our geopolitical forecast for 2014
Mexico’s recent political and energy reforms, globally competitive manufacturing sectors, growing trade links with the U.S. and other trade alliances can spur the country forward in the years to come
Mexico is now being increasingly referred to as the ‘China of the Americas.’ With the Mexican government introducing reforms in several sectors, and thereby easing the scope of business, how can India –which is slowly expanding its footprint in Latin America – benefit from Mexico’s rise?
The newly-formed Pacific Alliance bloc seems more like a political club to counterbalance the Atlantic-facing, Brazil-led Mercosur group. However, the bloc accounts for 30% of India’s trade with Latin America. Can India engage the group so it is not left out from their Asia focus?
David P. Goldman argues that factors such as high rate of credit expansion, fragile export profile, absence of natural resources and ageing population will slowdown Turkey's economic growth.
Turkey, India, Mexico, Brazil, and Indonesia are all quickly growing democracies with similar demographics. Their surging labor forces and political openness will see them grow into major economic powers.