On 13-14 June, Gateway House, along with the Ministry of External Affairs, will host The Gateway of India Dialogue, a seminal foreign policy conference in Mumbai. Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Gateway House, discusses the Dialogue, and its relevance to Mumbai and India.
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Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, participated in a discussion on Prime Minister Modi's trip to the U.S. and India's bid for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) on India Today. She appeared on the show 'To the Point' hosted by Karan Thapar.
India needs to act faster to ensure it continues to get energy at an affordable price. The oil price increase to $50 per barrel shows there is a limited window of time to act.
The crippling effect of American sanctions are thorough; designed to strangle economies and bring entire nations to a halt. However, they unknowingly pull people together, imparting a deep sense of patriotism and often sparking innovation which can quickly surpass any other world power. With sanctions being lifted on nations like Myanmar, Iran and, hopefully, Cuba, the question remains whether they will retain their uniqueness or fall into line with the rest?
"India's Relations with Indonesia" recounts Indonesia's complex relationship with India, while also tracing the country's struggle with its colonial powers and the policies they adopted.
India's new intellectual property rights (IPR) policy attempts to address concerns of developed countries regarding India's patent regime, while also protecting public interest, especially that of generic drug producers. However, through this effort of a balancing act, India might have landed up pleasing neither the USTR or U.S. business and disappointing many in India's domestic industry and civil society.
The Indian Space Programme has a mandate to focus on its launch- and earth-oriented capabilities. In the past decade, it has attempted some non-conventional experimental projects under the labels “‘low-cost” and “technology demonstrator”. However the effect of these experimental space projects on India’s techno-economic growth will be realised only if the central government gives the project greater status and funding.
Rajrishi Singhal's article 'India's five-cornered trade strategy' was republished by The Political Indian.
Rajrishi Singhal's article 'India's five-cornered trade strategy' was republished on Quartz India.
Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, was featured in an article on Hindu Business Line about the killing of a Congolese student, Masonda Ketada Olivier, in New Delhi.