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Forget the Third Arrow and Behold the Old World Order

‘Dr. Susan Carpenter originally produced Forget the Third Arrow and Behold the Old World Order: a journey into the depths of Japan Inc. for the ASI, which is a remarkable study of Japan and the evolution and then stagnation of its corporate and political institutions. The story that she weaves begins with her early observations […]

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New Publication Section: Be Immersed in a Confluence of Unique Insights

The Asia Scotland Institute is now offering a new section on the website where you can explore the unique views of our Senior Fellows. It will be a hub of knowledge and insight, and the authors will be writing on topics of global importance for today’s internationally connected professionals and scholars. In a world where thin and insubstantial online content prevails, this new section […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 37: Thursday, 14 September 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features & Blogs Venus: testing ground for high-technologies The Indian Space Research Organisation’s recently announced intention to visit the planet Venus – the third celestial destination for India – is a significant academic pursuit. Can New Delhi use this opportunity to develop […]

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India Day 2017 – Dr. Shashi Tharoor – Looking Back at the British Raj in India

The University of Edinburgh and their India and South Asia Liaison Office are delighted to welcome Indian politician and former diplomat Dr. Shashi Tharoor for its fourth annual India day celebrations. Dr. Tharoor will look to deliver a lecture on Looking Back at the British Raj in India and will touch upon how the British Raj […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 35: Thursday, 31 August 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features India in Canada’s worldview   India hardly figures in current discourse on Canadian foreign policy. Yet, the two countries are important to each other: one, a source of investment, technology and energy, the other an attractive market. The current challenge is […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 33: Thursday, 17 August 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features India @ 70: reimagining the PSU banks Government ownership of the Indian banking system has brought upon it a host of governance issues in the seven decades since independence: the Non Performing Asset crisis is a symptom of this, and clear […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 32: Thursday, 10th August, 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in The third Gateway of India Geoeconomics Dialogue will be held in Mumbai on 12-13 March, 2018. Co-hosted with the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, the conference brings together high level government officials and business leaders from around the world. Save the date! Gateway House Features & Blogs Geoeconomic […]

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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume VI, Issue 31: Thursday, 3rd August, 2017 www.gatewayhouse.in The third Gateway of India Geoeconomics Dialogue will be held in Mumbai on 12-13 March, 2018. Co-hosted with the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, the conference brings together high level government officials and business leaders from around the world. Save the date! Gateway House Features Doklam: time for […]

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Stirling awards Japan its first gold for dementia design

2 August 2017   Chief Architect Lesley Palmer, of the University of Stirling, said the project was “very exciting”. Kanoko Oishi, CEO at Mediva Inc, praised the DSDC’s “innovative and scientific” design principles.  The University of Stirling’s Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) has awarded its first international gold accreditation for excellence in dementia design. Two buildings […]