South Africa is the newest member in BRICS and the second largest economy in Africa. Dev Lewis speaks to Sanusha Naidu, Research Associate at the Institute for Global Dialogue in Pretoria, on a range of topics from South Africa's view on BRICS to its position on internet governance and the New Development Bank's regional centre in Africa
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On 22 June 2015, a suicide bomber and six gunmen from the Taliban attacked the Afghan Parliament in Kabul. All six gunmen were later killed by Afghan security forces. Sameer Patil, Fellow, and C. Christine Fair, Visiting Fellow, national security, ethnic conflict and terrorism, Gateway House, sit down to discuss the significance of the attack, the security situation in Afghanistan and how India would respond if Indian investments came under attack.
On 22 June the Taliban carried out a coordinated attack on the Afghan parliament in Kabul. Sameer Patil, National Security Fellow, and C.Christine Fair, Visiting Fellow, Gateway House, sit down to discuss the significance of the attack, the security situation Read more
In a recent piece Christine Fair argued that the U.S. policy of appeasement to Pakistan has failed and it must instead adopt a policy of containment towards Pakistan. In this podcast Dev Lewis sits down with Christine C. Fair, Visiting Fellow at Gateway House, to discuss how she arrived at this conclusion as well as what a policy of containment to Pakistan would look like.
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh on June 6, Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, discusses India-Bangladesh relations, the Land Boundary Agreement, connectivity and cooperation on water sharing
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first year in office draws to a close, Neelam Deo, Director of Gateway House and former Ambassador, analyses the various facets of his foreign policy so far and outlines his foreign policy successes and failures.
Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, reviews the three country tour and what it means for India’s relations with China, Mongolia and South Korea, going forward
China's e-commerce and internet giants-Alibaba, Xiaomi, Tencent- have become serious players in India. Ahead of PM Modi's trip to China in this episode we discuss China's e-commerce and internet landscape: what are the unique factors, what are the challenges, where is it going and what can India learn. Featured in this podcast are Jack Marr, Professor at City University Hong Kong; Jared Turner, founder of CinnaSwirl and Mind Spark Press, two start-ups in Shanghai; Patrick Bauman a consultant at Wei Wo go, an O-to-O commerce company; and Penny Peng, a sales engineer at an LED high power chip company in Shenzhen.
Gateway House interviewed Shada Islam, Director of Policy at Friends of Europe, a Brussels-based think tank, on topics ranging from the India-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) to Make in India and cooperation on climate change.
The April 2 Iran Nuclear Framework Agreement with the P5+1 countries lays a straight path for the lifting of international sanctions on Iran. India has remained a close partner of Iran and Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, details what India will gain economically and strategically from a re-integrated Iran.