This daily column includes Gateway House’s Badi Soch – big thought – of the day’s foreign policy events. This Badi Soch deliberates on the repercussions of the U.S.' inclination for a military intervention in Syria
The Arab uprisings show no sign of closure, and have become amorphous. While New Delhi has so far been immunised from the political and religious dimensions of the uprisings, the rise of political Islam, Islamic governance, and continuing instability will impact India.
In the backdrop of the European Union’s (EU) economic crises, the international community’s focus has shifted towards Asia. Gateway House interviews renowned historian and scholar Timothy Garton Ash on the lessons Asia can learn from Europe, Britian’s role in the EU and political morality.
World Policy Blog republished Gateway House researcher Azadeh Pourzand's article on human rights. She argues that instead of stigmatizing non-Western democracies which do not necessarily support intervention, the West should initiate an inclusive dialogue with these countries.
Gateway House's Ambassador Neelam Deo questions issues related to military intervention in others countries. She also discusses the regime transitions and India's position in the current global context.