Gateway House Weekly Briefing

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Volume VI, Issue 5: Thursday, 2nd February, 2017

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Gateway House in 2016 Global Go To Think Tank Index

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Gateway House was, for the third time in a row, ranked in 2016 Global Go To Think Tanks Index Report published by The Think Tank and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) of the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn), USA. Gateway House continued to maintain its already significant presence in nine categories of the index
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Gateway House Features

Rohingya

Even nearly 70 years after independence, the people of Myanmar are struggling to complete nation-building and resolve the Rohingya issue. Is the million-strong community an ethnic group native to Myanmar or is it of South Asian origin, and, therefore, a part of Bangladesh? Evading the issue may not hasten national reconciliation
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By Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House

One Belt One Road

China has launched The Belt and Road Initiative in an attempt to rebuild the ancient Silk Road with proposed land and sea routes to promote infrastructure, trade, and investment in the regions that it will thus connect. The challenge will be to attract private financing to support the official and multilateral ones
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By Anoop Singh, Distinguished Fellow, Geoeconomic Studies, Gateway House

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Prince Salman’s accession to the throne after the death of Saudi King Abdullah on 23 January 2015 has been a game changer, both domestically and in West Asian politics. Within days, he sidelined rivals within the House of Saud, and took on Iran with a confrontational policy. But two years later, the results of his new strategy disappoint
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By Olivier Da Lage, Editor-In-Chief, Radio France International

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Gateway House Events

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Akshay Mathur, Director of Research, Fellow of Geoeconomic Studies, Gateway House attended the T20 Africa Conference in Johannesburg from the 1-3 February, titled “Africa and the G20: Building alliances for sustainable development”. The conference addresses priorities of the German G20 Presidency and explores potential follow-up by future G20 presidencies in order to support a more long-term and sustainable cooperation between Africa and G20
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