Neelam Deo, former Ambassador and Director of Gateway House, analyses the impact that a Republican controlled Congress will have on U.S. foreign policy going forward.
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Tunisian secular party Nidaa Tounes has emerged as the main winner of the parliament election. Neelam Deo, Director at Gateway House, analyses the significance of the results.
Recent reports claim that more than 3,000 Tunisians have joined the war in Syria and Iraq fighting on the side of the Islamic State. Neelam Deo, Director at Gateway House, discusses the possible reasons of this surge in youth joining the IS from Tunisia.
The Indian Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) approved of defence projects this week worth Rs. 80,000 crores ($13 billion). Sameer Patil, Associate National Security Fellow at Gateway House, provides a breakdown of these acquisitions.
Sameer Patil, Associate National Security Fellow at Gateway House, analyses the significance of the Rs. 50,000 crore ($8.2 billion) purchase order by the Indian Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) of six new indigenously produced Submarines.
This video discusses the repercussions of the presidential elections in Brazil and the impact it will have on India
On 18 October the Indian government announced it would deregulate the price of diesel and allow it to move to market conditions. Amit Bhandari, Energy and Environment Fellow, Gateway House, explains the impact of this change.
On 18 October the Indian government announced it would deregulate the diesel and formalising the price formula for natural gas. Amit Bhandari, Energy and Environment Fellow, explains the impact of this change.
Suhail Nathani, Co-Founder, Economic Laws Practice and a former Indian representative to the WTO trade appellate body, explains India's position on Food Security Agreement at the WTO.
The border between India and Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed an escalation of violence due to ceasefire violations that have resulted in the death of civilians. The deteriorating situation along the border is increasing tensions between India and Pakistan. Sameer Patil, associate national security fellow at Gateway House, comments on the situation.