IMG_6024 Courtesy: Gateway House
17 April 2019

Realising Japan’s G20 priorities

Naoyuki Yoshino, Dean, Asian Development Bank Institute, outlined some of the issues that will concern Japan, which is president of the G20 this year. He was in Mumbai for the India-Japan dialogue, organised by Gateway House recently

IMG_20190411_090307__01__01_Norita SAN (1) Courtesy: Gateway House
11 April 2019

Japan’s Buddhist trail in Bombay

At the turn of the 20th century, British India was home to about 3,000 Japanese expatriates, and Bombay and its presidency had well-established trade ties with Imperial Japan – until the Second World War brought it all to an end. The city never regained its substantial Japanese resident population, but the few monuments that remain point to rich political and religious linkages

regan Courtesy: Pacom
11 April 2019

Canada in the Indo-Pacific

Canada, which has been slow to respond to a changing trans-Pacific neighbourhood, can join India and the ASEAN member states to embark on a trilateral dialogue on the Indo-Pacific’s importance in terms of political, strategic and other domains. An alignment in outlook can strengthen the security and prosperity of a region, currently mired in U.S.-China rivalries

indian express Courtesy:
10 April 2019

Simply put: A new high in Maldives

An article by our Distinguished Fellow, Rajiv Bhatia, ‘Maldives’ new balance’ was quoted in The Indian Express. Read our article here. Read the Indian Express article here.

Energy Intellegence Courtesy:
9 April 2019

India’s Political Parties Vow to Tackle Pollution

Our Fellow in Energy and Environment Studies, Amit Bhandari was quoted in an article titled ‘India’s Political Parties Vow to Tackle Pollution’ in the International Oil Daily, published by the Energy Intelligence Group. Read the full report here.