Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss Prime Minister Modi's visit to Russia.
Sameer Patil, Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism, Gateway House, comments on the significance of Prime Minister Modi's visit to Russia from 23-24 December 2015, for an annual summit meeting with President Vladimir Putin.
Sameer Patil, research fellow in National Security, Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism Gateway House, was interviewed by Radio Sputnik for his thoughts on Prime Minister Modi's visit to Russia.
PM Narendra Modi is in Moscow for the India-Russia Summit on 24-25 December. Defence cooperation, nuclear supplies and terrorism are on the table of discussion. Sameer Patil, national security fellow at Gateway House details the India-Russia relationship and what to expect from this visit.
Anoop Singh, Distinguished Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, Gateway House, was quoted by 21st Century Business Herald in an article on IMF quota and governance reform.
Oliver Stuenkel's book provides a well-researched account of the evolution of BRICS – starting from the forum’s inception in 2009 to the present – and the interactions between Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on global issues.
Rajrishi Singhal's review of the book 'Indian Family Business Mantras' by Peter Leach and Tatwamasi Dixit was published on The Hindu Business Line.
Sameer Patil's article 'India balances Asian security with Japan' was republished on Swarajya Magazine and on The Political Indian.
Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, Gateway House, was quoted by Energy Intelligence in an article on India at the COP21 Summit in Paris.
The unfolding coup in Turkey demonstrates the instability that the nation has fallen into. Terror attacks like the one in Istanbul airport was the most high profile targeting of Turkey by ISIS and other extremists. This is the outcome of Turkey’s crackdown on internal popular protest, on allowing itself to become the highway for extremists, refugees and weapons to disparate terrorist groups and being a willing proxy for the major powers contending in Syria. The increasing frequency of the attacks in Turkey reveals a similar pathology to Pakistan, which is now in a low-grade civil war. Is Turkey going down the path of Pakistan?