Our Distinguished Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies, Amb. Rajiv Bhatia, was interviewed by the Economic Times analysing the visits of Chinese Premier Xi Jingping and Indian PM Narendra Modi to Africa ahead of the BRICS Summit. Read the full article Read more
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Our Director, Amb. Neelam Deo, and our energy expert, Amit Bhandari, were interviewed by UAE-based The National on the geopolitical and energy implications of Chinese Premier Xi Jingping’s visit to UAE, and India’s place in the oil and gas supply chain. Read more
Our Fellow for National Security Studies, Sameer Patil, was mentioned and quoted in a write-up on his most recent article on China’s increasing influence in Ladakh. Read the full article here.
Our Defense expert, Sameer Patil, was quoted in Anadolu Agency, in an article analysing cautious approach to changes in India-China bilateral ties. Read the full article here.
Our recent map publication, Chinese Investments in India’s Neighborhood, was mentioned in an article by eminent analyst Tara Kartha in Firstpost, where she looked at India’s response to the Maldives crisis and how to counter China’s growing influence. Read the Read more
Recent Gateway House research publication, Chinese Investments in South Asia, was mentioned in a news report by the Maldives Independent. The article talks about Maldives President Nasheed declaring plans to renegotiate Chinese investments in the island nation and the accompanying debt. Read more
Our recent map publication, Chinese Investments in India’s Neighborhood, was mentioned in the Nikkei Asian Review in an article on the increasing role of Chinese investments across elections in Asia. Read the full article here.
"The current Sri Lankan government has said that it will not permit military use of the facility, but that could change," said Amit Bhandari, an analyst at Mumbai-based Gateway House. "Ninety-nine years is a long time after all."
Logistical support for this mission, movement of heavy equipment, fuel and other supplies, needs connectivity via Pakistan.
India and Brazil have declared inclusive development an imperative and have engineered creative solutions to meet their developmental challenges. But both also face many obstacles to equitable development. Can the upcoming BRICS Summit in New Delhi help drive a new development agenda?