Discussions at the Global Security Forum 2016 at Bratislava, Slovakia were reflective of some of the most pressing contemporary global security concerns; differences between NATO and Russia, the rise of China, turmoil in Iraq and Syria etc.
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The recent decision of Brazil's lower house of parliament to impeach President Rousseff has once again brought attention to the country's struggles with corruption. The crisis has already affected Brazil’s economy. Its impact on the region and on Indian businesses in the country is yet to be seen.
Anoop Singh, Distinguished Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies at Gateway House talks about the recent Global Financial Stability report of the IMF, and how it's warning hints at a growing need for a global central bank, which the IMF is perfectly placed to be.
The recent referendum in the Netherlands on the European Union’s Association Agreement with Ukraine raises important questions about the EU’s ability to reconcile ostensibly popular national opinion with the principles of a multi-nation political union.
The latest Global Financial Stability report of the IMF has warned the world of potential financial crisis. Anoop Singh, Distinguished Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, Gateway House, discusses the report and what nations can do to safeguard themselves.
India and Singapore elevated their ever deepening relationship to a strategic partnership last year. The two countries laid out an ambitious roadmap for expansion and diversification of bilateral ties. What drives this multi-layered bilateral relationship?
An article by Amit Bhandari, Fellow, Energy and Environmental Studies, and Kunal Kulkarni, Senior Researcher, Gateway House, was republished by Indian American Times.
Sameer Patil's article 'Carter in India: a foundational visit' was republished by Swarajya.
The success of the U.S. Defense Secretary's recent visit to India is indicative of the deepening India-U.S. defence relationship. It has become clear that Indo-U.S. maritime cooperation in the Indian Ocean is steaming ahead; while other geopolitical differences, like the sale of aircraft to Pakistan, seem unlikely to disappear anytime soon.
An article written by Anil Chopra, Distinguished Fellow, Maritime Studies, Gateway House, was republished in Scroll.