Prime Minister Narendra Modi's fourth visit to the United States has been met with hails of success and with comments of 'too little, too late'. While Modi's friendship with President Obama is often credited for improving bilateral relations, the U.S. leader is currently nearing the end of his term. The new President will have their own geopolitical demands, which will invariably result in India being relegated to a second-term priority.
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Rajrishi Singhal's article 'What does Brexit mean for India?' was republished by Boom and The Political Indian.
A recent seminar on ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ (CVE) offered a platform for law enforcement agencies to understand technological, social media and other propaganda strategies used by cross-border terrorist groups. The seminar’s location in Sri Ganganagar, the northern-most town of Rajasthan, served as a gentle reminder of challenges specific to security agencies on the India-Pakistan border.
Rajrishi Singhal, Tanya Keswani and Akshita Mehra were interviewed by the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation on Indian concerns surrounding Brexit.
As the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU draws near, predicting the outcome remains difficult. While the potential impact of Brexit on the UK has been discussed at length, a vote to stay in the EU could have implications for the UK’s domestic political situation as well as its future relationship with the EU.
Rajrishi Singhal, Senior Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, was quoted by Quartz India in an article on RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's announcement that he will be not be seeking a second term in the same position.
On June 23, the United Kingdom will vote on whether they wish to remain a part of the European Union through the Brexit vote. The debate surrounding the vote has spurred many a heated and emotional debate. While the Indian government has not declared anything publicly - remaining in the EU would be beneficial to Indian businesses.
Rajrishi Singhal, Senior Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, was quoted by AFP in an article on RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's announcement that he will be not be seeking a second term in the same position.
The Hindu featured an article on Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar's speech at the inaugural Gateway of India Dialogue, co-hosted by Gateway House and the Ministry of External Affairs.
U. K. Sinha, chairman, Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), was quoted from his keynote address delivered at The Gateway of India Dialogue by The Times of India.