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Canada’s commercial relationship with India needs to go beyond lentils, uranium and other resources to explore the scope of greater cooperation on renewable energy and cutting-edge technology. There are strong reasons for the two countries to draw closer—even if other countries always loom larger. Prime Minister Trudeau visits India this week
From trade to counter terrorism to civil society partnerships, here are the areas in need of greater collaboration between the two countries.
The building of the Mumbai metro means different things to the government, the city, the youth, the middle class, and other stake holders
Sameer Patil was quoted in an article by CNBC on the BrahMos Missile System.
A recent trip to Cox’s Bazar showed that despite numerous health, social and security challenges, the Rohingya refugees are reluctant to return to Myanmar. India will have to walk a tightrope, keeping in mind humanitarian, security, and geopolitical priorities
Nepal has historically enjoyed close economic ties with India. An open border and the large number of Nepalis in the Indian army testify to the two countries’ economic and social proximity. But as with other countries in India’s neighbourhood, Chinese investment is leading Nepal to tilt towards China.
With large investments in local infrastructure and tourism, China has become a key player in Maldivian politics
Ambassador Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House was quoted in an article by The Hindu Business Line on the crisis in the Maldives. Read the full article here.
Ambassador Rajiv Bhatia was quoted in an article by The Hindu on the declared emergency in the Maldives.