2016 Courtesy: Gateway House
22 December 2016

2016 trends: from forecast to reality

2016 has been marked by unprecedented geopolitical dislocations and dispersals. In January 2016, Gateway House, identified the major emerging global trends. As the year comes to an end, several developments have confirmed these forecasted trends

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11 August 2016


  Acting East, with intensity By Rajiv Bhatia India’s East Asia policy has been a bedrock of the country’s foreign policy, and the Modi government has deepened ties with ASEAN and extra-ASEAN powers in a significant way. As India turns 70, Read more

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19 May 2016

Modi: the next three years

On 26 May 2016, the Narendra Modi-led BJP government will complete two years in office. While there will be much analysis on past deeds and actions. Gateway House seeks to look ahead at the next three years. We offer you a Read more

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24 December 2015

Our best of 2015

India’s Iran opportunity by Mohandas Pai and Manjeet Kripalani Iran has emerged on to the world stage after 36 years of isolation. India must double up its diplomacy and commercial engagement with Iran, and move boldly beyond the curtain of ‘civilisational’ Read more

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24 September 2015

Modi in Silicon Valley

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the United States from 23-29 September, his second visit there in the past year. The highlight this time will be a stop at Silicon Valley – the first Indian Prime Minister to do so in more Read more

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7 July 2015

Ufa 2015: VII BRICS and SCO

A complete collection of Gateway House articles, podcasts and videos on the BRICS grouping, including major developments over the past year in these countries

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26 May 2015

Modi one-year: foreign policy review

In his first year in office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been busy globetrotting—he has spent 53 days abroad during which he has visited 17 countries. He has held bilateral summits with nearly all the South Asian countries, as well as two each with the U.S. and China. He has also travelled to countries of strategic importance such as Germany, France, Australia, South Korea and Japan

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14 May 2015

Modi in China: A growing partnership

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in China from 14-16 May, his first visit to China as prime minister and his second bilateral summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping. India and China share a bivalent relationship, simultaneously cooperating and competing on a Read more

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24 December 2014

Gateway House bookshelf 2014

Looking back at 2014, here are some of the best books on India and our neighbourhood, recommended by Gateway House experts and staff. Happy holidays! Title: The Colonel who would not repent Author: Salil Tripathi (Aleph Book Company)  The book is Read more