As Iran begins to re-integrate with the global economy, the politics in West Asia are bound to be impacted. Will Iran be the new Turkey? Is Turkey going down the path of Pakistan? M.D. Nalapat, director of the School of Geopolitics at Manipal University and Manjeet Kripalani, executive director, Gateway House join our national security fellow, Sameer Patil, to discuss these questions, and more.
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Bahram N. Vakil, a partner at the law firm AZB & Partners talks to Gateway House about the increasing merger and acquisition prospects in the Indian renewable energy market and the growing need of infrastructure financing in the country.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit India from 11-13 December 2015 for the Annual Summit meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Ambassador Neelam Deo discusses what to look out for during this visit.
In the wake of the shooting in San Bernardino in the U.S., President Obama reiterated his strategy on dealing with the Islamic State. Ambassador Neelam Deo talks about whether anything new came from the address.
The Paris Climate Talks, also known as COP21, began on a positive note. However, four days into it, the optimism to reach an agreement seems to be fading away. Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, and Amit Bhandari, Energy and Environment fellow, Gateway House discuss happenings at the conference.
The 168th OPEC meeting is set to occur in Vienna on 4 December, 2015. Amit Bhandari, Energy and Enviorment fellow, Gateway House discusses what can be expected from the meeting and how this meeting will impact the market.
In a special podcast, Akshay Mathur, Director of Research, Gateway House discusses BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting), international taxation and transfer pricing with Sol Picciotto, senior advisor of Tax Justice Network.
Ambassador Neelam Deo discusses the social and geopolitical implications of falling oil prices on West Asian countries. She talks about how an economic diversification away from oil will impact social structures in some of these conservative countries.
Nick Robins, Co-Director, Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System at United Nations Environment Programme, joins us for a special podcast on COP21. He explains what green financing is, and how India can leverage on it to further its energy needs.
Ambassador Neelam Deo looks at three notable events from the last week; the execution of war criminals in Bangladesh, Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Singapore and the formation of the ASEAN Economic Community and what it means for India.