Narendra Modi, the chief minister of Gujarat, returned to office for an unprecedented fourth term. With this victory, the fate of India’s two national political parties has changed, and the battles within and without will play out over next few months leading up to the national elections in 2014.
India is tied to West Asia by economic, religious and political threads. The ongoing social and political flux in the region can have adverse consequences for India and requires a serious rethink of its foreign policy priorities. How can India insert itself usefully into this geopolitical cauldron?
The South African Foreign Policy Initiative republished Gateway House’s Hari Seshasayee’s interview of Ambassador Deepak Bhojwani. They discussed India’s prospects in Latin America with regard to food and energy security. Mumbai: As India looks to diversify its sources for energy Read more
The New York Times quoted Gateway House's Director,Ambassador Neelam Deo in its article on the US Presidential Election.She opines that Indians will welcome the re-election of Barack Obama and the continuity in US-India policies will strengthen bilateral exchanges.
The New York Times quoted Gateway House's Neelam Deo in their article on the UPA's recent cabinet reshuffle. She criticizes these changes as being arbitrary and argues that they render a minister's years of expertise on a subject entirely worthless.
The South African Foreign Policy Initiative republished Gateway House's Hari Seshasayee's interview of Ambassador Deepak Bhojwani. They discussed India’s prospects in Latin America with regard to food and energy security.
The 2012 Economic Outlook release, hosted by Gateway House and the International Monetary Fund on May 7th, has been reported in MSN News. The report outlines analysis and projections of economic developments in Asia-Pacific region for the year 2012.
The release of the International Monetary Fund's 2012 Economic Outlook, hosted by Gateway House and the IMF on May 7th, was quoted in a news article by First Post, an Indian news website. The report outlines analysis and projections of economic developments in Asia-Pacific for the year 2012.
The Diplomat republished Brig. (Retd.) Xerxes Adrianwalla's article on the obsolete Indian military structure. He advocates reforms for the system, such as having a Joint Chiefs of Defense Staff to co-ordinate and synergize operations and equipment.
Gateway House's Researcher Samir N. Kapadia was quoted in an article in The Indian Express about American-born children of immigrants moving to their ancestral countries for better career opportunities.