Foreign financial commitments in India Infographic-March 2016 - Copy Courtesy: Gateway House
16 February 2016

Foreign visits beget foreign investments

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s extensive foreign visits have drawn $214 billion in new investment commitments into India. Gateway House has meticulously tracked these financial commitments, which have come from three sources: foreign government investments, private foreign investments and multilateral investments.

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6 February 2016

The race for the White House starts in Iowa

The outcome of the Iowa caucus has been stunning for both parties, where Donald Trump’s defeat as well as Hillary Clinton’s near defeat was not foreseen by anyone. All eyes have now turned to the New Hampshire primaries where Hillary Clinton beat Barack Obama in 2008, but went on to lose the Democratic nomination.

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5 February 2016

Obama needs to rethink, urgently

A resurgent Taliban has turned a hopeful declaration by the Obama administration into a premature one. The levels of U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan, currently at 9,800, are expected to increase as a result. But with more than half a trillion dollars spent trying to stabilize the problem, perhaps it’s time to rethink the Af-Pak region.

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4 February 2016

The world in 2016

The world has witnessed a number of upheavals in the past few years, precipitating widespread global political turbulence stemming from geo-economic instability. Over the next couple of months, Gateway House experts will attempt to deconstruct these events and how India and its foreign policy can work to take advantage of these trends.

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3 February 2016

India’s Ballistic Missile Tests in 2015

Over the course of 2015, India conducted eight ballistic missile tests. The range of these missiles varies from as low as 250 kms of Dhanush to as high as 8000 kms of Agni V. Most of these missiles were tested from the integrated test range at Odisha's former Wheeler Island, which was renamed Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Island in honour of India’s ‘Missile Man’.