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15 July 2013

What the Abbottabad report didn’t reveal

Asia Times Online republished Gateway House Fellow Sameer Patil's article on the controversial leaked report about the US military raid in Abbottabad. He argues that the inability of Pakistani civilian and military institutions to detect Osama Bin Laden's presence reveals the extent of their inefficiency.

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14 June 2013

Why The World Should Take The Iran Elections Seriously – Analysis

Eurasia Review, a news and analysis website, republished an article by Farhang Jahanpour on the importance of the June 14 presidential election in Iran. He argues that the results will have a bearing on Iranian foreign policy in Syria, Iraq and Israel.

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30 May 2013

Iran: A Civilization Goes To The Polls – Analysis

Eurasia Review, a news and analysis, website republished an article by Somasekhar Sundaresan on the June 14 presidential election in Iran. He identifies certain underlying factors of the current political scenario, all of which hint that there is more to this election than what meets the eye.

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8 November 2012

Are India’s tycoons in hiding?

The Financial Times quoted Gateway House's Manjeet Kripalani in its article on the World Economic Forum in which the Indian tycoons were conspicuous by their absence.She argues that these corporates are no longer the heroes of this country.

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7 November 2012

New Leaders, Old Policy As Chinese Ruling Party Convenes

The Atlantic Sentinel, a news website, republished Gateway House Research intern Spike Nowak's article on the new Chinese leadership and its impact on Chinese foreign policy. He argues that the domestic priorities and an independent army will continue to influence China's foreign policy.

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2 November 2012

China: New Leaders, Old Policy

Worldpress.org, a news website, republished Gateway House Research intern Spike Nowak's article on the new Chinese leadership and its impact on Chinese foreign policy. He argues that the domestic priorities and an independent army will continue to influence China's foreign policy.

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2 November 2012

Depth to peace – changing Pakistan’s dominant strategy

Dawn.com, a news website republished Gateway House researcher Sambuddha Mitra Mustafi's article on India's role in Afghanistan post 2014.He argues that India must continue to deepen its engagement with other neighbours while it assumes a significant role in Afghanistan.