Gateway House co-hosted two conferences, the Think20 Mumbai meeting and the Gateway of India Geoeconomic Dialogue on March 12-13. The events brought together prominent experts, academics and senior government representatives. In a series of interviews conducted by Gateway House during the conference, Pedro Villagra Delgado, Argentina’s G20 Sherpa, spoke on the common concerns that unite his country with India
Gateway House and the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, co-hosted the second Gateway of India Geoeconomic Dialogue (GOIGD) on 13-14 February 2017. It brought together 370 delegates from 22 countries and 40 expert panellists from 13 nations.
This compendium offers perspectives on topics that preoccupy policymakers and which will be discussed at The Gateway of India Geoeconomic Dialogue 2017. Is the world really becoming de-globalized? Can the Reserve Bank of India step into a new role in the rapidly digitizing India? Who pays the real penalty for tax avoidance and tax evasion? Does India have a standing in the Indo-Pacific or does it have to work harder to be a serious participant? Is there really a new geopolitics and security game afoot in the waters of Asia? And—the Silk Route was preceded by a cotton route from India to China; can this be revived to strategic advantage in the Great Corridor Buildout by China and Russia in Asia?