Gateway House was part of a delegation of scholars that recently visited China and interacted with Chinese scholars and universities across Beijing, Chengdu and Kunming. It provided a better understanding of China’s perspectives and concerns on key geopolitical and geoeconomic issues
Indian Strategic Studies, a news and analysis website, republished an article by Gateway House's Shai Venkatraman and Dev Lewis on how the Indian news media has a role in playing up stereotypes instead of building bridges in the India-China relations.
What good has the ideal of non-violence done for the victims of terrorist strikes or of the wars launched to fight terrorists? There is no simple answer. And yet, on this birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, re-stating our intention in favour of non-violence is an essential starting point
The opposition People’s Democratic Party in Bhutan won the National Assembly elections held on July 13 taking another large step towards democracy. However, India became the unwitting subject of campaign discourse after the government abruptly halted fuel subsidies to the country
India should recognise the importance of Tibetans for India’s security. Security in the Himalayan borderlands does not come only from only a military build-up in which India cannot surpass China, or new border infrastructure, but also from the pro-India sentiments of its inhabitants.
India’s national security is heavily dependent on the proper development of its infrastructure, which is currently backed by weak technologies that are susceptible to cyber threats. What can India do to tackle cyber crime and strengthen its technological infrastructure?
The Chinese people might not share their government’s bellicosity towards India. The authoritarian leadership in Beijing may be out of step with domestic opinion when it beats the India drum.