Rajrishi Singhal's article 'Union Budget 2016: It's now or never' was republished by The Political Indian.
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Seema Sirohi's piece ' Obama needs to rethink, urgently' was republished on Eurasia Review.
The Indian government and businesses should stay away from giving an overly “mercantile” attitude to foreign policy and investments abroad. A deal secured by only economic heft and preying on weakness is likely to produce only bitter fruit later on.
David Headley, the convicted LeT operative, began his video deposition on 9th February, before a Mumbai special court. Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism, discusses the implications of his revelations.
On 8 February 2015, Gateway House, in Association with the Kala Ghoda Art Festival held a panel on 'Renegotiating our Neighbourhood: the Modi doctrine'. One of the panellists, former Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan, Ambassador TCA Raghavan shares his thoughts about the changing relations between the two nations and what options lie ahead in 2016.
Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism, Gateway House, comments on the implications of David Headley's deposition.
At the recent counter-terrorism conference in Jaipur, a star-studded galaxy of policy makers, security analysts and law enforcement officials debated on tackling the Daesh threat. Some of the most positive steps to counter the terror propaganda came from South East Asia and India’s neighbourhood
With the Second Presidential Primary coming to a close in New Hampshire, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have emerged as the front runners. Ambassador Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, analyses the debate and where the race is going.
Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism Studies, was quoted by Benar News in an article on the Pathankot terror attacks.
Despite major political change in Brazil, Argentina, and Venezuela due to global economic tumult, it may be premature to speak of a rightward shift in Latin American politics. Yet, developments in these democracies need to be monitored carefully as India has a stake in their political stability.