IE Courtesy:
28 August 2014

After Big Win, Modi Faces Backlash

Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, comments on the Narendra Modi-led government's decision to call off foreign secretary level talks with Pakistan in the Indian Express

Nirmala Sitharaman with joint IPJF Courtesy: IANS/PIB
27 August 2014

India’s move towards economic diplomacy

For long the Indian administration has separated the domains of strategic diplomacy and trade facilitation. However, the new government is actively working to bring the two under one umbrella knowing well that ‘economic diplomacy’ is crucial to regaining India’s growth story

buddhist-monk-myanmar_Virathu Courtesy: paula bronstein/getty images/file
26 August 2014

Buddhist-Muslim violence in Myanmar

An alarming pattern of complicity of the government officials in the anti-Muslim violence in Myanmar are emerging. This trend is detrimental for emerging democracy and gives rise to the question that these cases are a diversionary tactic to draw the attention away from the real issue of stalling democratic reforms

japan_india_flag Courtesy: Gateway House
26 August 2014

Modi in Japan: great expectations

A lot has been written about the Modi-Abe equation and expectations are high from the upcoming Tokyo summit. Despite the bonhomie shared by the two leaders much work needs to be done on the civil nuclear deal as well as defence cooperation to arrive at a substantive and fruitful relationship

India, Modi and the neighbourhood
25 August 2014

India, Modi and the neighbourhood

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

VoA Courtesy:
22 August 2014

India cancels talks with Pakistan

Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, was interviewed by Voice of America on the Indian government's decision to call off foreign secretary level talks with Pakistan following the Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit's meeting with Hurriyat separatist leaders from Jammu and Kashmir