Anoop Singh, Distinguished Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, Gateway House, was quoted by Zee Business in an article on Brexit and India.
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Prime Minister Modi’s tour of four African countries will seek to build upon recent high-level visits to the continent, providing fresh impetus for the reinforcement of India-Africa relations in matters of diplomacy, business, security, and energy while putting to rest criticism of India’s visibility deficit in Africa. However, the onus to harness this momentum now lies with other stakeholders.
The British referendum to leave the EU has roiled global markets – and revived discussions on gold as a global insurance. Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, discusses the role of gold in a post-Brexit world with Vinay Parik, Portfolio Manager for Jeetey Investments.
The recent terror attacks in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, turned the spotlight on the country’s increasingly violent and volatile political situation. The interplay of deep political divisions, the rise of radicalised student politics, religious extremism, which the government has failed to rein in, and the spread of trans-national terror networks has created a toxic cocktail in Bangladesh with dangerous implications for India.
With Prime Minister Modi set to embarking on a four-nation tour in Africa, we recall the chat we had with Kapil Kapoor, Director of the African Development Bank, on the sidelines of The Gateway of India Dialogue, where he highlighted the kind of opportunities that have arisen in Africa to provide energy and food security.
Rajrishi Singhal, Senior Geopolitics Fellow, Gateway House, was quoted by CNBC in an article on India-Africa trade.
An article by Rajrishi Singhal, Senior Geoeconomics Fellow, Gateway House, was referenced and quoted by the Tanzania Daily News, and inSerbia.
Society is currently floating on the expectation that the world is entering a period of sustained economic growth. However, there is mounting evidence that the existing models of economic growth cannot continue.
Sifra Lentin, adjunct fellow, Mumbai History, Gateway House, wrote her second of a two-article series on the Jewish community in India for Firstpost.
Neelam Deo and Aditya Phatak's article 'The dislocations of Brexit: Can India gain?' was republished in Scroll.