Chinese technology companies that are steadily establishing themselves in India have the potential to transform the scenario for entrepreneurs, consumers and governments even in the face of geopolitical tensions. The Indian government should view this development as an opportunity and an asset
Marketing and Research Manager at Infosys China
Dev Lewis is Marketing and Research Manager at Infosys China and a Digital Asia Hub Research affiliate. He was formerly the Digital Media and Content Coordinator at Gateway House. He graduated from Roger Williams University in 2013 with an undergraduate degree in International Relations with specializations in economics and mandarin. Prior to this, he interned at the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic studies, Washington DC, and worked as a researcher at the Chunqiu Institute, Shanghai. Download high-res image
International Relations, Chinese politics, internet governance, China, Mandarin
Last modified: May 24, 2018
Dev Lewis, digital media and content coordinator, Gateway House, speaks to Nish Acharya, Visiting Fellow, U.S.-India Studies, Gateway House, on how the U.S.-India partnership can reach $1 trillion by 2030
The new guidance on the development of internet finance in China provides insight into the future of China's pioneering internet finance industry and the defining role it will play in the country's economic reform process
Kourosh Ziabari, Iranian journalist, sheds light on how the hardliners in Iran are reacting to the deal as well as why the Supreme Leader's backing will be key to the ratification of the JCPOA.
61.3% voted 'No' in the Greek referendum to accept the terms of the bailout package from the Troika on July 5, continuing the stand-off between Greece and the European creditors. Neelam Deo, Director, and Akshay Mathur, Geoeconomics Fellow, discuss the options for Greece going forward and the impact on India.
Neelam Deo, Director, and Akshay Mathur, Geoeconomics Fellow, Gateway House, preview the upcoming VII BRICS Summit to be held in Ufa, Russia, and discuss the status of the BRICS New Development Bank
South Africa is the newest member in BRICS and the second largest economy in Africa. Dev Lewis speaks to Sanusha Naidu, Research Associate at the Institute for Global Dialogue in Pretoria, on a range of topics from South Africa's view on BRICS to its position on internet governance and the New Development Bank's regional centre in Africa