India America Today published Surjit Bhalla's article which originally appeared in Gateway House's Liberal Agenda publication. He argues that the reforms of the early 1990s did not bring economic freedom to a majority of the population, which explains a large proportion of the economic and social ills that affect India today.
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India America Today published Ambassador Shyam Saran's article which was part of Gateway House's Liberal Agenda publication. He argues that the war on terror and the global financial crisis has tilted the balance of authority on the side of the state.
Asia Times Online published Gateway House's Michael Burn's Article Japan Playing with Fire. He argues that newly elected President Shinto Abe has plans to alter the constitution that might lead to a re-armed Japan, with a larger military force.
Commodity Online, a news and analysis website, interviews Gateway House's Karan Pradhan, on China's decision to audit it's local debt.
Fair Observer published Gateway House's Senior Researcher Karan Pradhan's interview with Kapil Kapoor, director of Strategy at the African Development Bank Group, on doing business in Africa and related issues
Fair Observer published Gateway House, Content Manager, Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy's article Kabul Diary: Hopes and Fissures. In her first Diary entry, she writes about her first impressions and important political developments, such as the break in talks on the Bilateral Security Agreement between Afghanistan and the US.
The Times of India mentioned Gateway House Director Ambassador Neelam Deo in its article on a public policy event conducted in IIM Ahmedabad. Neelam was the chief panelist of the symposium 'A Masterclass on Geopolitics and Your Business' which looked at the outlook of corporate India on business possibilities outside India.
Modi’s popularity within the business community has been based on the perception of his ability for good governance. However, instead of engaging in the complexity of identity politics, business leaders can undertake actions that build immunity against communal tensions
Livemint published Gateway House's Fellow Rajni Bakshi's article on Narendra Modi and the issue of prime ministership. She argues that business leaders should build immunity against communal tensions instead of engaging in the complexity of identity politics.
MercoPress - South Atlantic News Agency republished Ambassador R. Viswanathan's article on the failure of Jindal’s mining and steel project in Bolivia. Ambassador opines that a foreign investment plan should always be corroborated with a proper political risk analysis to ascertain the understanding of local politics and culture.