SouthSouthCooperation Courtesy: Research and Information System for Developing Countries
23 March 2016

South-South Cooperation: emerging challenges

Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), hosted a Conference on South-South Cooperation in New Delhi on 10-11 March, 2016. The conference, represented by about 350 delegates representing 62 countries, demonstrated both the maturity of South-South Cooperation and the creative challenges that lie ahead.

28 May 2009, VIENNA, VIENNA, Austria --- epa01744496 (L-R, front row) Director of the OPEC research divisiton, Dr. Hasan M. Qabzard, OPEC President, Angola's Oil Minister Jose Maria Botelho de Vasconcelos and OPEC Secretary-General Abdalla el Badri (R) address the media during a press conference in Vienna, Austria on 28 May 2009. Officials of the 12 Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) members held a closed-door meeting in Vienna on 28 May.  EPA/HERBERT PFARRHOFER --- Image by © HERBERT PFARRHOFER/epa/Corbis Courtesy: The Speaker-news
23 July 2015

OPEC’s spigot: spot on

By keeping production high and oil prices low, OPEC is taking on oil and gas companies by undercutting their ability to investments in future oil & gas production

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yoga Courtesy: wikimedia\commons
18 December 2014

An International Day of Yoga

The adoption of June 21 as the International Yoga Day by the United Nations signifies the support that recent diplomatic efforts of the government have received on the world stage. The scientific community now needs to produce data and research on the potential scientific value of yoga

People’s SAARC: a valid agenda
24 November 2014

People’s SAARC: a valid agenda

Rajni Bakshi, Senior Gandhi Fellow, Gateway House reports from People’s SAARC, a motley gathering of NGO workers and members of the village communities they work with. PSAARC will compile a memorandum – a wish-list of demands and aspirations – on November 24 and present it to the heads of SAARC nations

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10 October 2014

NATO Diaries

A rare opportunity to visit the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels provides a good opportunity to assess the organisation’s functioning. Interactions with its officials brought out the challenges the alliance faces, and its constant efforts to remain relevant in Europe’s security landscape

Sustainable gardening Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons
10 October 2014

The UN and sustainability

The UN and the global finance industry are making gradual but concerted efforts to align business interests and ecological sustainability. A growing number of companies are combining profit-making with social responsibility. There is still a long way to go, but the UN system has created useful mechanisms of change