Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, was mentioned as being one of the speakers at the Young Thinkers' Conference to be held in Mohali, in an article on GOV.UK
A vibrant foreign diplomatic corp that has been present in Mumbai for the last 200 years has contributed both to its political and economic life and imparted a social and cultural cachet
The 8th BRICS summit in Goa comes in the midst of major geopolitical events; Brexit, the U.S. elections, the South China Sea dispute, and the terror attacks in Uri. There is much need for BRICS to demonstrate to the world, its capability to manage internal differences and showcase a collective sense of cooperation
OPEC’s announcement of a cut in oil production shows that Saudi Arabia is being affected by low oil prices even as Iran gains ground
India’s new focus on Balochistan has more to do with the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) than with Kashmir. China understands that CPEC may not be achievable. But there are real dangers in reviving Pakistani fears of secessionism and in broadening the field of Indo-Pakistani conflict beyond the confines of Kashmir.
October 4 saw the U.S. Vice Presidential candidates go head to head in their first and only debate. Candidates Mike Pence and Tim Kaine discussed a range of issues, touching heavily on foreign policy. Ambassador Neelam Deo, Director at Gateway House, discusses the debate and what we might expect in Sunday's 2nd Presidential Debate.
Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict, and Terrorism Studies, was quoted in an article by Bloomberg on the Chabahar Port in Iran
Competing for attention with the U.S. election is the vitally important global election for the next Secretary-General of the United Nations, due out in October. Incumbent Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, whose tenure will be over in December, is being replaced at a time when the UN is losing credibility and battling perceptions of being weak and ineffectual. The much coveted post therefore offers a chance to remake a great institution, and in effect, change the world. Gateway House takes a look at the nine candidates in the fray.
As the race to decide Secretary Ban ki-moon's successor heats up, Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri, India's former Permanent Representative to the UN in New York and Geneva, joins Gateway House in discussing the candidates, the process, and the behind-the-scenes dynamics in the Security Council.
An article by Vice Admiral Anil Chopra, Distinguished Fellow, International Security and Maritime Studies, Gateway House, on Russia and Pakistan's military exercises was republished by Scroll.