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    India in Canada’s worldview
    Aug31

    India in Canada’s worldview

    As the Trudeau government completes two years in November 2017, uncertainty persists about the Canadian prime minister’s proposed visit to India. Canada and India are important to each other – Canada as a source of investment, technology and energy and as the home of 1.3 million Canadians of Indian origin, and India as an increasingly...

    2016, the hinge year
    Jul13

    2016, the hinge year

    2016 was a hinge year in international affairs—because of three seminal events. These were: the UK’s decision to exit the European Union (Brexit) in June. The second was China’s rubbishing the July verdict of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), which rejected the historicity of its claims on disputed islands in the South China...

    BRICS inching towards complementarity
    Jun22

    BRICS inching towards complementarity

    The annual BRICS Summit—to be held in September this year–is usually prefaced by numerous conferences that the host country organises at various official and unofficial levels, including those among the think tanks of the five countries, to refine some of the key issues feeding into the agenda that it prepares for discussion at the flagship...

    The New World Order | Episode 3, Europe: entrenched in crises
    Mar23

    The New World Order | Episode 3, Europe: entrenched in crises

    Europe has been rocked by a number of crises in recent years, be it the EU’s Euro Crisis, the Ukraine Crisis or the International Refugee Crisis. With this legacy of crises along with the foreboding implementation of Brexit later this month, what does the future hold for Europe? (6:40) The trigger of the European financial crisis and the...

    How Trump will reconfigure geopolitics
    Jan25

    How Trump will reconfigure geopolitics

    Ambassador Neelam Deo delivered this speech titled “Trump’s America: reconfiguring global geopolitics” at the grand finale of ‘The Mind Games’ – a platform for talent development & idea generation at Mahindra Partners on January 18, 2017....

    Turf wars for Trump’s transition team
    Jan09

    Turf wars for Trump’s transition team

    It promises to be a long winter in America. Donald Trump appears to be struggling to put a credible team in place as infighting and turf wars dominate the transition process. The volatility is palpable, compounding the uncertainties already associated with the incoming administration in its domestic and foreign policies. The airing of internal...

    Syria: energy battles to regional alliances
    Dec22

    Syria: energy battles to regional alliances

    The following article is the transcript of an interview conducted by Gateway House of Huricihan Islamoglu, Professor of Economic History at Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey and a Senior Fellow, Institut d’Etudes Avancées de Nantes, Nantes, France. Gateway House (GH): Popular Western discourse views Sunni-Shia sectarian differences, and...

    Can Tillerson reset US-Russia ties?
    Dec15

    Can Tillerson reset US-Russia ties?

    US President elect Donald Trump has picked Rex Tillerson, Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil, to be his secretary of state. Tillerson will be the fourth businessperson–after Wilbur Ross, Steven Mnuchin and Andrew Puzder–to have joined the Trump administration and is easily the most high-profile as head of one of the largest global companies. His...

    Indian foreign policy: a paradigm shift?
    Dec14

    Indian foreign policy: a paradigm shift?

    This article was first delivered as a speech earlier this month at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, inaugurating the Rajni Kothari Memorial Lecture Series Indian foreign policy is undergoing a paradigm shift. It has had several such shifts over the last seven decades, but over the course of time, these have amounted to continuity....

    French polls: a foregone conclusion?
    Nov23

    French polls: a foregone conclusion?

    The French will elect their president in May 2017, but, in all likelihood, 10% of the 45 million-strong electorate may have already made a definitive decision about who the next president will be. Under the French electoral system, citizens elect the president directly through a two-round election. If none of the candidates gets an absolute...

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