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7 September 2012

Indian missions release guidelines for land buys in LatAm countries

Financial Express quoted Gateway House's Hari Seshasayee in their article on India's land acquisition mission in Latin American countries. He argued that the acquisition of agricultural land will impact the broader population of Latin America less than that of rural, agriculture-dependent Africa.

HT Courtesy: Hindustan Times
5 September 2012

Non-performing asset

Hindustan Times published Gateway House's Amit Baruah's article on the role of the Supreme Court in Pakistan. He argues that the Supreme Court appears to be bent on weakening civilian authority and strengthening army control in the country – which is unfavourable for Pakistan and its neighbours alike.

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3 September 2012

On the Fast-Track: Technology Transfer in China

China Briefing republished Gateway House's Spike Nowak's feature on technology transfer in China. He explains how the economic heft and favourable policies of the Chinese government have aided the transfer of foreign technology to Chinese state-owned enterprises.

aq Courtesy: Americas Quarterly
1 September 2012

India’s Middle Class

Americas Quarterly, a journal dedicated to policy analysis, published Gateway House's hari Seshasayee's article on India's middle class population. He argues that today India’s middle class is more optimistic, more confident and globalized.

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29 August 2012

In 400 words: Raghuram Rajan

2point6billion republished Gateway House's Akshay Mathur's analysis of Raghuram Rajan, the new Chief Economic Advisor of the Indian government. He argues that given his his leaning towards fiscal discipline and supply-side solutions, the nation can expect some neoliberal policy advice.

Americas Quarterly_1 Courtesy: Americas Quarterly
28 August 2012

India and CELAC: Beyond Commodities

Americas Quarterly published Gateway House's Hari Seshasayee's article on the India-CELAC relations. He examines whether given the increased political will from both sides, can CELAC be the driver for India-Latin America relations or will bilateral ties maintain the status quo?

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23 August 2012

The Outsider Debates

Bloomberg TV India, in association with Sobo Films, has launched a debate show titled The Outsider, which will be hosted by veteran journalist Tim Sebastian. The panellists will examine the socio-economic issues that impede India’s growth. Gateway House is the official knowledge partner for this series.

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23 August 2012

The Outsider Debates

Bloomberg TV India, in association with Sobo Films, has launched a debate show titled The Outsider, which will be hosted by veteran journalist Tim Sebastian. The panellists will examine the socio-economic issues that impede India’s growth. Gateway House is the Read more

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23 August 2012

The complex relationship between Islamism and democracy

New Statesman republished Gateway House's Daniel Jacobius Morgan's article on the relationship between Islamism and democracy. He argues that Moderate Islamism should be seen as a means of institutionalising religious conservatism.