Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, was quoted by The Times of India in an article on the geopolitical implications of the 13/11 terrorist attacks on Paris, France. The quote was drawn from a panel discussion she participated in at the Times LitFest, Mumbai on ‘The Global Chessboard After 13/11.′
The Paris Climate Talks, also known as COP21, began on a positive note. However, four days into it, the optimism to reach an agreement seems to be fading away. Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, and Amit Bhandari, Energy and Environment fellow, Gateway House discuss happenings at the conference.
Rajni Bakshi's article 'Paris Summit: eco-systems vs. profits' was republished on The Political Indian.
Neelam Deo's blog 'Can ISIS be defeated?' was republished on The Diplomat.
The U.S.-led bombings on ISIS locations have France and the British as its partners. On the other hand is Russia -- targeting the Islamic State but with a primary aim of keeping Assad in power. Is this then World War III?
The 168th OPEC meeting is set to occur in Vienna on 4 December, 2015. Amit Bhandari, Energy and Enviorment fellow, Gateway House discusses what can be expected from the meeting and how this meeting will impact the market.
Rajni Bakshi's article 'Paris Summit: eco-systems vs. profits' was republished on Eurasia Review.
Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict & Terrorism Studies, Gateway House, was quoted by Benar News in an article titled 'Islamic State Expects War Against India, New IS Book Claims.'
Amit Bhandari's article 'Cheap Finance For Climate Change' was republished on Eurasia Review.
The Climate Conference in Paris offers the globe a chance to arrive at a firm action plan—and underpinning this chance are advances in solar and electric vehicles technology. If the Paris talks focus on making such technology and related finance available to countries like India, we can move closer to achieving climate goals