Peaceful, Buddhist-majority Ladakh has been quietly resentful of the fact that Kashmir grabs attention at its expense. Taking it for granted may cost India dear, especially with China seeking to deepen its influence across the Himalayas
Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, was mentioned in an article by The Tribune regarding her upcoming participation at the Young Thinkers’ Conference
This excerpt was transcribed from The Gateway House Podcast episode, 'U.S. Elections: Trump’s down but not out' which is part of the special miniseries on the U.S. election and its foreign policy implications. In the episode, Ambassador Neelam Deo discussed the larger foreign policy implications mentioned by the presidential candidates at the second Presidential debate on Sunday night
Mumbai and Myanmar share a historically significant link that is little known today as ties weakened after the military takeover of Myanmar in 1962. But now its newly democratic, globalising presence offers a window of opportunity for Indian businesses, both big and small, to make a foray
Global growth has become weaker than expected. Did the G20 at the Hangzhou Summit in September focus on reversing this trend and help build consensus in this direction?
Sunday's second U.S. Presidential Debate finally saw energy enter the political discussion, with much of the debate revolving around the new centerpiece of terrorism, viewers got a deeper insight into the candidates understanding of foreign policy. Ambassador Neelam Deo breaks down the responses and their geopolitical implications and answers the question on everyone's mind, is the Trump campaign over?
The La Fayette, the French Navy’s frigate, is lean, mean and silent. Some takeaways from a tour of the classic.
An interview with Sree Srinavasan, Chief Digital Officer, New York, conducted at Gateway House, was featured in an article by Bloomberg Quint.
Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, was mentioned as being one of the speakers at the Young Thinkers' Conference to be held in Chandigarh by Asian News International
There has been a strengthening in the India-U.S. bilateral, which reached new heights with the signing of the LEMOA agreement in August, 2016. However, this strengthened bilateral has not resulted in a strong response to Pakistan by the U.S. Government.