In a policy brief for the G20, Akshay Mathur and Purvaja Modak discuss the challenge of data classification when it comes to cross-border trade in services
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For decades, outsiders have thought of China as a country where religion and faith play marginal roles.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit India beginning April 7 at a time when her country is confronted with Daesh-inspired terrorism. In the interests of regional stability, it is critical that the two countries maintain a united front against extremism
A policy brief written by Purvaja Modak, Researcher and Assistant Manager, Research Office, Akshay Mathur, Director of Research, Geoeconomics Fellow, Amit Bhandari, Energy and Environment Studies Fellow, Gateway House, was published on the G-20 Insights website.
China's strong economic foreign policy has created strong dependency chains around the world. This dependency has often resulted in major geopolitical gains both regionally and internationally. Join us as we discuss the impact that China has had in the South China Sea, Regional Organisations and the International Community. This is the concluding episode to a two-part special on the Rise of China.
India’s global economic engagement, especially with the developing world, has increased in the last two decades, but trade with South Asia has remained low. It holds the potential for building greater productivity and more inclusive growth in India and the region
President Trump’s “America First” rhetoric has eroded support for the commitments that leaders made at previous G20 summits regarding trade: rejecting protectionism and strengthening the multilateral trading system. What implications does this have for global trade? Will the more moderate voices in the administration get heard?
Allegations of corruption brought down erstwhile South Korean president Park Geun-Hye. Now, there are many changes afoot: the new president who will be elected in May will face some crucial dilemmas that may affect the country’s relations with China and North Korea, besides the U.S.
World Is One News interviewed Sameer Patil about the visit of Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat to Dhaka.
Sucharita Sengupta credited Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security Studies & Director, Centre for International Security, Gateway House in her article on Digital Diplomacy