359864_3622116_akhbar Courtesy: thenews.com.pk
7 March 2019

Gwadar 2.0: Pakistan’s Saudi vs. China play

Pakistan’s aspirations for oil and gas prospecting off its Makran coast, south-western Balochistan, are diverging from those of China, which has had a nearly two-decade long presence in Gwadar as an infrastructure provider. To turn Gwadar into the petrochemical hub it desires, Pakistan has sought out other benefactors, changing geopolitical equations in the region

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20 September 2018

Reversing a falling rupee

Economist Surjit S. Bhalla, who sits on the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council, says all currencies, not just the rupee, have fallen against the U.S. dollar. Speaking to Gateway House’s Manjeet Kripalani, he elaborates on some diplomatic and domestic tools to stem the fall, even in an election year

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20 July 2018

India: Walking a U.S.-Iran tightrope

Our Director, Amb. Neelam Deo, was interviewed by Energy Intelligence for an article “India: Walking a U.S.-Iran tightrope”.  “By cutting imports, India has demonstrated that it is willing to work with the US, but it can’t completely stop buying from Iran,” Neelam Deo, director Read more