An opportunity to be a part of a recent think tank delegation to China offered the author insight into China’s foreign policy, development plans and issues affecting the India-China bilateral relationship. Gaps in perception that keep both countries apart must be bridged for them to leverage their emerging positions in Asia and the world
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Europe has been rocked by a number of crises in recent years, be it the EU's Euro Crisis, the Ukraine Crisis or the International Refugee Crisis. With this legacy of crises along with the foreboding implementation of Brexit later this month, what does the future hold for Europe?
The Ministry of External Affairs collaborated with Gateway House for The Gateway of India Geoeconomic Dialogue 2017. The Telegraph published an article about conferences having MEA involvement.
Bloomberg recently published an article on BJP's recent election victories in key Indian states, which quoted Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security Studies & Director, Centre for International Security, Gateway House.
News agencies covered the visit of Taro Kono, Member, House of Representatives, Japan to Gateway House
Japanese technology giant Toshiba is sinking into a financial morass due to its near bankrupt nuclear power business, Westinghouse. India must recognise the new reality that nuclear energy is no longer financially viable
All eyes are on the outcome of the French elections next month with its portents of a far right president being the people’s choice. But it was 200 years ago that Bombay forged its French connection. Trade with France ushered in cultural influences while the city’s early nationalists were drawn to the French Revolution’s political philosophy of ‘Liberty, Equality and Fraternity’
One is an advanced economy, the other an emerging one, and yet they share a striking complementarity of interests—from democracy and liberal values to a history of cordial relations. But two important economic agreements remain as chasms to be bridged
The 26 March 2017 election of the chief executive of Hong Kong is the first since the failure of the 2014 political reform package. It is partly unique because of who is not running, namely current chief executive CY Leung, who has incurred his share of unpopularity. Who will be the victor?
Asian Age published an article written by Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House.