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Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume V, Issue 47: Thursday, 24th November, 2016 www.gatewayhouse.in French polls: a foregone conclusion? Francois Fillon, a lacklustre conservative, last week emerged as a victorious presidential candidate in Les Republicains’ first round of a primary, a first in the party’s history. Here’s why this outcome is a momentous one. Read more By Olivier…

Launch in Stirling

The Asia Scotland Institute launched its partnership with the University of Stirling at our inaugural event at the University’s beautiful campus overlooked by the Wallace monument, and snow capped hills. In the wake of Brexit and Trump’s election victory, within the context of Asia’s rapidly growing economies and political powers, our event looked to the…

A Letter From Glasgow

On November 29th Dr. Gerard Lyons will speak both in Edinburgh and Glasgow, providing greater insight to people in Scotland of the opportunities and threats of Chinese investment. Economic ties between the U.K. and China will demand more attention after Brexit and could be more significant than ever before. In Glasgow Gerard will be delivering a…

Why Trump won – Marco Vicenzino

Marco Vicenzino, member of the Asia Scotland Institute’s International Advisory Council, is a leading specialist and commentator on American politics and in particular, the Trump Presidency and its impact upon Europe and the UK. In the video below Marco analyses why and how Trump won the presidential election.

Gateway House Weekly Briefing

Weekly Briefing Volume V, Issue 46: Thursday, 17th November, 2016 www.gatewayhouse.in The Gateway of India Dialogue Conference Report The inaugural The Gateway of India Dialoguewas held on 13-14 June, 2016 and saw participation by several esteemed members of the Indian and international diplomatic and business communities, including representation by the Indian government. See more from…

Grab opportunities in this Century of Asia

Friends of the Scotsman – 16th November 2016 We must prepare Scotland’s young people to become captains of enterprise, says Roddy Gow.   Scotland’s people have, historically, been our greatest asset, making a significant impact both within the UK and abroad. The impact made overseas by Scots has been remarkable given our small population. The…

A Letter From Stirling

The University of Stirling has enjoyed strong links with Japan for over 40 years. This has included successful student exchanges, joint research initiatives, encouraging our English language students to celebrate the culture of Japan, and the provision of Japanese lessons to students and the local community The University has active exchange agreements with a number…

The Legatum Institute – Prosperity Index 2016

The 2016 Legatum Prosperity Index™ finds that New Zealand‘s unrivaled ability to turn its wealth into prosperity has put the country in 1st position in this 10th edition of the Index. “GDP measures everything, except that which makes life worthwhile” —Sen. Robert Kennedy As a measurement of prosperity, the Legatum Prosperity Index™ (www.prosperity.com) is unique. It…