BBC News published a feature written by Gateway House’s Head of Research, Akshay Mathur, in their Asia business section. Mathur writes on the the financial crises in Europe and the possibility of the BRICS countries playing an active part in the European bailout.
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Indian companies have made progress in Africa, but there is much more available in African markets. Outlook India quoted Renu Modi, an Africa studies research fellow at Gateway House.
On September 26th 2011, Rediff published a Gateway House interview with Sara Chayes, who has spent the last decade living in and reporting from Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Rajni Bakshi's article on the Lokpal Movement was published in World Policy Blog. Bakshi calls into question important elements of Anna Hazare's nationwide movement.
A decade later after 9/11, the U.S. is yet to rally itself against Pakistani-sponsored terrorism and India has not better prepared to defend itself. Gateway House’s Neelam Deo and Akshay Mathur cover India’s national security in a piece published in InDepthNews.
Resolving the issues facing the mangrove forest can advance the relationship between India and Bangladesh
On September 6, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will visit Bangladesh for a highly anticipated round of talks. This is the moment for both sides to look afresh at the Sundarbans and make it the creative spur for our bilateral prosperity, says Shloka Nath.
DNA - Daily news and analysis, republished in their analysis section, a piece by Gateway House’s Geoeconomics Fellow Akshay Mathur, who writes on the highly efficient management model behind the anti-corruption movement in India.
The Assam Tribune republished, in their op-ed section, a piece by Gateway House’s Geoeconomics Fellow Akshay Mathur, who writes on the state of India’s north-eastern region and recommends policies for its development.
The corruption, which is rocking the Indian government at all levels and mobilising civil society across the country, also seems to be the ‘biggest irritant’ for the evergrowing Indian diaspora.