In principle, India supports democracy everywhere, but is also committed to non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries. But instability in Myanmar could trigger support for insurgency in India's North east, which is now on the path to progress. Accelerating the completion of India’s development cooperation projects in Myanmar will send a positive signal for regional stability.
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As more countries pursue missions to Mars, planetary explorations are evolving from being science-driven scientific pursuits to an economics-driven one. For India, commercializing planetary exploration must be a national priority. This demands more attention and contributions from the private sector - especially startups and innovative companies - to ensure a vibrant space program.
Our Director of Research, Akshay Mathur provides his views on India’s G20 presidency in 2022 in an op-ed for The Indian Express. Read the full article here.
Amit Bhandari, Fellow, Energy and Environment Studies, Gateway House, and Kunal Kulkarni, Senior Researcher, Gateway House, write an op-ed for The Asian Age on the possible implications of U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent announcement to withdraw from the JCPOA, more colloquially Read more
From trade to counter terrorism to civil society partnerships, here are the areas in need of greater collaboration between the two countries.
V. Anantha Nageswaran, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, Gateway House wrote an article for The Mint.
The revised Indian Financial Code brings some alterations to governance within the RBI. At the heart of these changes is the belief in a popular myth that lower interest rates will lead unquestionably to higher economic growth
The IMF’s 2014 review has some good GDP news but its reservations on interest rates bears closer attention. It can take 32 months for the effects of a an interest rate cut to be felt. What does this mean for the Indian economy?
The timing of the Reserve Bank of India's(RBI) move to curb inflation, the amendment of FEMA and the creation of a debt management agency suggests that the RBI's independence is under attack, as the centre seeks to strip the RBI off some of its power
For too long, India's intellectual elite and foreign policy establishment have ignored economic statecraft, focusing instead on the immediacy of security and political diplomacy. Now with Narendra Modi, a focused push to gain lost ground seems likely - and Indian business can play a vital role.