Ambassador Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, was interviewed by BloombergQuint reacting to the news of postponed India-U.S. 2+2 talks between the Ministers of Defense and External Affairs. Watch the interview and read the accompanying article, here.
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With India distracted in the Kashmir Valley, the critical border region of Ladakh has become a target of Chinese attention. Beijing appears to be exploiting Buddhist sectarian rivalries as it did in Tibet
An article written for our website by our co-founder and Director, Amb. Neelam Deo, analyzing the recent Trump-Kim summit in Singapore, was republished in the Washington D.C.-based publication, “India America Today“. Read the republished piece here.
The $20 million price tag is a low-cost campaign fee for a country that’s transforming its branding from being “a little red dot” on the shopping map, to becoming a precisely and globally positioned summit state that counts
The June 12 summit was characterised by give-and-take as opposed to the one-way approach practised by earlier U.S. administrations. All countries welcomed the agreement and there is hope that this realism will enable the United States to address other contentious issues too
Prime Minister Modi’s visits to South East Asia last week were major steps in furthering the goals of India’s Act East Policy even as major power rivalries unfolded in the region. Most significant was the visit to Indonesia, a low key Asian power but one that India can partner to enhance its regional stature.
Pakistan’s upcoming general election is an example of a slow-motion coup without the accompanying violence as the military deposes an inconvenient prime minister with a more pliable candidate
The high cost and political impact of Chinese-funded infrastructure in countries like Myanmar, Malaysia and Sri Lanka make it imperative for India to work with Japan to provide alternatives, to ensure that the region is neither bankrupted nor militarised by Chinese influence.
Pakistan is about to launch two military satellites in June with aid from China. It is pursuing its renewed space programme, using the same clandestine tactics it used for developing its atomic programme
Gateway House research publication, Chinese Investments in South Asia, was recently mentioned in the event coverage of ‘The Role of Indian Navy in the Changing Security Environment’ by Admiral Sunil Lanba, PVSM, AVSM, ADC, Chief of Naval Staff’ at the Read more