Jonathan Yang, a former summer associate at Gateway House, writes about the memory, and the overwhelming presence, of 9/11. A native of the United States, Yang gives us a personal account of the impact 9/11 has had on an individual's life.
India's security concerns seem to grow weaker by the year. The dangerous political polarity, a paralysed ruling coalition, a fractured opposition, a popular distaste for a corrupt polity and complicit bureaucracy, and a slowing economy, has handicapped any progress towards this issue.
Gateway House has prepared a report analysing the security system in the U.S. post 9/11, its implications on the world as we knew it, and the lessons to be learnt by India.
After various terrorist attacks around the globe, there is a backlash building up. Citizens are questioning their leaders: Will anyone take account of their failures to protect us? Are the political bureaucratic cabals really in charge?
On July 13, three bombs went off in the busy streets of Mumbai. While the authorities try to apprehend suspects, the city remains enveloped in rain and a blanket of terror.
Highlights of the Indo-US Youth Dialogue
Pakistan was created as a haven for the Muslims of British India. Rocked by catastrophe after catastrophe, today, it is a state teetering on the brink of collapse
Conventional wars are won by capturing territory, but counterinsurgencies are won by holding it. Rather than rushing to open new fronts against the Taliban, Pakistan must now focus on keeping the territory it has already cleared