If, after nine years, BRICS remains a disparate grouping, and its trade and investment flows remain dismal, it is time to explore new avenues of cooperation to consolidate the alliance—and culture and education can provide the necessary cementing factor when combined with the New Development Bank
Gateway House's Rajni Bakshi is quoted in Business today.
The first Indo-U.S. Education Summit held last week showed much promise. While education can be driving force of the strategic dialogue between the two countries, this is also an opportunity for business. India's massive education sector, estimated at $25 billion, is waiting to be tapped.
On the eve of US President Barack Obama's visit to India, Gateway House hosted an Indo-US Youth Dialogue to formulate an agenda for the youth to be presented to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President Obama
Highlights of the Indo-US Youth Dialogue
With the commencement of the sixty-fifth annual UN General Assembly, Stewart Patrick, CFR‘s UN specialist, says there is “increased sentiment in the UN General Assembly and also within the UN Secretariat that there is really a crisis of relevance to the world body and the organization.”
Gateway House moderates a discussion between two educators – one from India and one from the US – on the purpose of education today.