The West Asian monarchies are being forced to ‘look East’ due to a range of factors: the rise of the Islamic State, their need to boost falling oil revenues and doubts about the United States continuing to remain a guarantor of regional stability. Quite coterminously, India is looking towards the Gulf for energy security besides fulfilling other geostrategic goals: this is an ‘East’ and ‘West’ where the ‘twain will meet
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The choice of the Crown Prince of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to be the chief guest at India’s 2017 Republic Day celebrations is an indication of the enhanced attention that the Indian government is according the Gulf countries. Many trade interests ally India to the UAE, but a deeper engagement is called for even as instability grows in the region
An article written by Seema Sirohi for Gateway House on Trump's cabinet picks and their likely implications on his Asia policy was republished by Scroll.
The first ever summit of the Indian Ocean Rim Association, to be held in Indonesia in March 2017, will cast light on how India and other like-minded nations can develop oceanic resources sustainably. This event offers scope for India to mould outcomes
European defence companies can contribute significantly to India’s military modernisation under the ‘Make in India’ campaign. But before this can happen they will have to deepen their interactions in the country at the political and strategic levels to identify common areas of interest and understand India’s technological priorities in the sector
An article by Global Times on Chinese investment in Nepal and how India should respond mentioned a report published by Gateway House last year.
Trump’s cabinet has a preponderance of China hardliners, which has wider implications for the Asia Pacific region while some of its members view Narendra Modi as Reaganesque and a man of the times
A meeting hosted by Gateway House that saw Serbian PM Aleksander Vučić as chief guest was covered by Marathi newspaper Navshakti.
A meeting hosted by Gateway House which saw Serbian PM Aleksander Vučić as chief guest was mentioned by Punyanagari newspaper.
A press release from Gateway House regarding a meeting that was hosted with Serbian PM Aleksander Vučić as chief guest was republished by Brand Turks blog.