'Modi’s keywords for the year' by Shubhashish was republished on International Press Syndicate
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Ambassador Neelam Deo was quoted by the AFP on PM Modi's surprise visit to Lahore, Pakistan
'Modi in 2015: the frequent flier' by Gateway House was republished by Scroll.in and by Quartz India.
Gateway House sifted through the speeches of Prime Minister Narenda Modi during his visits abroad in 2015 to assess the terms—such as cooperation and economy—he used most frequently. As the terminology pattern shows, India’s foreign policy is now focussed on forging new and improved global partnerships. And as the most-travelled head of state in the world, Modi’s words indicate India’s new global positioning
It has been a busy year for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Indian PM has been to 26 countries with an aim to forward India's foreign policy and establish the country as a formidable international player. A recap of his visits
At a time when Islamic fundamentalism is threatening the world, Bangladesh as a moderate muslim democracy occupies a unique position in actively confronting this threat under Sheikh Hasina. Instead of the unjustified criticism levied against its war trials, the West must actively support its fight against terror.
On 14 December, Saudi Arabia announced the formation of an anti-terrorism coalition of 34 Islamic countries. But with key potential partners such as Algeria, Lebanon, and Pakistan refusing to join, the hastily-assembled group has put Saudi credibility in the spotlight instead of deflecting western criticism of the kingdom’s inaction against Sunni jihadism
India’s Iran opportunity by Mohandas Pai and Manjeet Kripalani Iran has emerged on to the world stage after 36 years of isolation. India must double up its diplomacy and commercial engagement with Iran, and move boldly beyond the curtain of ‘civilisational’ Read more
Prime Minister Narendra is in Russia on a two-day state visit on 24-25 December. The two leaders are expected to strengthen the security ties between the two countries. Ambassador Neelam Deo, director, Sameer Patil, national security fellow and Amit Bhandari, energy and environment fellow, Gateway House discuss the contours of the relationship—both economic and strategic.
Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, appeared on CNBC Bazaar to comment on Prime Minister Modi's visit to Russia.