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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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
Expectations were high from the 18th SAARC Summit held in Kathmandu on November 26-27. However the Summit disappointed on the deliverables as tensions between India and Pakistan as well as Pakistan's domestic compulsions prevented the signing of two major agreements. The failure of this summit means that economic integration remains a distant dream
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the U.S. is expected to reinvigorate the India-U.S. bilateral. Gateway House will launch a report titled 'The India-U.S. Partnership: $1 trillion by 2030' in Washington on September 15 with recommendations that can contribute towards boosting the bilateral. A longer version of the report will be launched at New Delhi in November
Narendra Modi, promising governance reform and policy overhaul swept into power with a strong majority. The first three months of Modi as prime minister has seen him being pro-active, as well as creative, in handling India's foreign policy interests. Gateway House analyses the new government’s actions and puts forward recommendations for the days ahead
A look at the foreign policy under the new government led by Narendra Modi, the emphasis given to bolstering India's relationship with neighbouring countries and examining the steps taken to achieve these goals
India has voted alongwith other countries in favour of a UNHRC probe into Israel's offensive on Gaza. This does not signal a significant change in the India-Israel relationship, which is based on an annual bilateral trade of $6 billion. especially in defence equipment. New Delhi is now Tel Aviv's single largest arms buyer.
Gateway House brings you a series of special reports and analyses on India and the Gaza conflict. Given our conflicting strategic interests in the West Asia region, there are no easy choices to be made.
India and the U.S. will hold the 5th Strategic Dialogue this week in New Delhi; the first to be held after the BJP government took charge. U.S. secretary of state John Kerry will be leading a delegation of high-level officials which includes the commerce secretary Penny Pritzker
In its first week in office, the new government has sent out signals outlining India’s economic and foreign policy outlook. This is exactly what Gateway House has envisioned and recommended in its publications over the course of the last three years
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The Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party has won a decisive mandate in the recent Lok sabha elections. As governments and corporations across the world follow the developments closely, Gateway House looks at the key priorities for the next government