World policy blog Courtesy: World Policy Blog
13 June 2012

Rethinking Western Intervention and Human Rights

World Policy Blog republished Gateway House researcher Azadeh Pourzand's article on human rights. She argues that instead of stigmatizing non-Western democracies which do not necessarily support intervention, the West should initiate an inclusive dialogue with these countries.

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8 June 2012

New film questions India’s “Shanghai” envy

Gateway House's Ambassador Neelam Deo was quoted in an article by Channel News Asia on the recently released Indian movie 'Shanghai.' The article discusses India's envy and obsession of China's financial capital which is the theme of the movie.

Deccan Chronicle Courtesy: Deccan Chronicle
8 June 2012

New film questions India’s ‘Shanghai’ envy

Gateway House's Ambassador Neelam Deo was quoted in an article by Deccan Chronicle on the recently released Indian movie 'Shanghai.' The article discusses India's envy and obsession of China's financial capital which is the theme of the movie.

fpj Courtesy: Free Press Journal
3 June 2012

India and Myanmar: Not just neighbours

Gateway House's Ambassador Neelam Deo was quoted in an article by Free Press Journal, a Mumbai-based newspaper. The article explains the changes in the economic, security and political dynamics that will be caused by Myanmar's opening up to the world community.

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1 June 2012

The BRIC currency swap is a global game changer

Business Insider, a business news and analysis website, republished Gateway House researcher Samir N. Kapadia's article. He writes that banks around the globe would be wise to take a second look at what now could be the most significant agreement in international finance since the Euro: the BRICS currency swap.

policymic Courtesy: PolicyMic
1 June 2012

Are BRICS Countries Moving Away From the U.S. Dollar?

Policymic, a news website, republished Gateway House researcher Samir N. Kapadia's article. He writes that banks around the globe would be wise to take a second look at what now could be the most significant agreement in international finance since the Euro: the BRICS currency swap.

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1 June 2012

An opportunity and some dangers

Live Mint, a business newspaper republished Gateway House researcher Samir N. Kapadia's article. He writes that banks around the globe would be wise to take a second look at what now could be the most significant agreement in international finance since the Euro: the BRICS currency swap.