Sameer Patil, associate fellow for national security, ethnic conflict and terrorism at Gateway House, comments on the sinking of the Torpedo Recovery Vessel on 6 November 2014
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In the U.S. mid-term elections held on 4 November 2014, the Republicans emerged as clear victors, taking control of both Houses of Congress. The election results have put President Obama, who still has two years remaining in office, in a quandary. Neelam Deo, director at Gateway House, analyses the results and comments on the significance of a Republican majority in Congress for India
Sameer Patil, associate national security, ethnic conflict and terrorism fellow at Gateway House, comments on the attack on November 2 that occurred on the Pakistani side of the Wagah border in Punjab killing over 60 people
Sameer Patil, associate national security fellow at Gateway House, has highlighted the need to boost India’s naval capabilities as a priority and improve operational preparedness in previous statements, as well as the need for a firm stance on indigenous defence production. In the statement below, he discusses the significance of the latest defence projects approved, as well as the defence deal with Israel.
Sameer Patil, associate national security, ethnic conflict and terrorism fellow at Gateway House, comments on defence and security cooperation between India and Vietnam following Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung’s visit to India
Rajrishi Singhal, senior geoeconomics fellow at Gateway House, examines the reasons behind India’s position in a policy perspective titled 'India’s curious stand at the WTO'
Sameer Patil, Associate National Security Fellow at Gateway House, comments on the ongoing ceasefire violations in Kashmir along the India-Pakistan Line of Control.
World leaders, diplomats and bureaucrats are trying to reconcile with social media's growing popularity and power, and ideating on ways to use it productively at the personal and professional level. Must diplomacy evolve to keep pace with the meteoric rise of social media and how has the discourse changed by the advent of social media?
India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, will make a landmark visit to the U.S. in September 2014. Anticipating a renewed partnership between the two countries, Gateway House, an Indian foreign policy think tank, launched a research paper ahead of the prime minister’s visit titled The India-U.S. Partnership: $1 Trillion by 2030 on 14 September 2014 at the Center for American Progress in Washington D.C.
Ever since the thaw in India-U.S. relations after the signing of the Civil Nuclear Agreement in 2005, there have been an increasing number of high-level engagements between the two administrations. Gateway House lists for you the recent engagements that have Read more