Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict, and Terrorism Studies, was quoted in an article by Bloomberg on the Chabahar Port in Iran
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Competing for attention with the U.S. election is the vitally important global election for the next Secretary-General of the United Nations, due out in October. Incumbent Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, whose tenure will be over in December, is being replaced at a time when the UN is losing credibility and battling perceptions of being weak and ineffectual. The much coveted post therefore offers a chance to remake a great institution, and in effect, change the world. Gateway House takes a look at the nine candidates in the fray.
As the race to decide Secretary Ban ki-moon's successor heats up, Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri, India's former Permanent Representative to the UN in New York and Geneva, joins Gateway House in discussing the candidates, the process, and the behind-the-scenes dynamics in the Security Council.
An article by Vice Admiral Anil Chopra, Distinguished Fellow, International Security and Maritime Studies, Gateway House, on Russia and Pakistan's military exercises was republished by Scroll.
Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, Democracy and Nation Building Studies, Gateway House, wrote an article for Village Square about Gandhi's ideas on economic democracy and how this could be applied to creating a model of sustainable development of rural society and economy in India.
Gateway House was quoted in an article by Nikkei Asian Review on India's ratification of the Paris climate agreement and its foreign policy implications.
Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, Democracy and Nation-Building Studies, Gateway House was quoted in an article by Sunday Guardian Live on India's stand on the Indus Water Treaty.
Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, Democracy and Nation-Building Studies, Gateway House was mentioned in an article by the Times of India on her participation at a symposium held by the Sabarmati Ashram
Brazil has rarely had it so bad. The country’s economy has collapsed: since 2013, its unemployment rate has nearly doubled, to more than 11 percent, and last year its GDP shrank by 3.8 percent, the largest contraction in a quarter century.
Ambassador Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, was quoted in an article by Open Canada on the role of think tanks in an increasingly tech-savvy world.