A Letter From Mumbai

A Letter From Mumbai

Weekly Briefing

Volume V, Issue 33: Thursday 18th August, 2016


Gateway House Features

Protect Your Republic Protest - 1 2007-04-14

It was the iron will of the citizens of Turkey and their uncompromising belief in their deeply rooted democratic traditions and institutions of the country which proved to be critical in defeating the July coup attempt. Turkey will continue the reforms which have made it a shining light in the region.
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By Serdar Çam, President of TİKA, Turkey


The July coup in Turkey did not achieve its objective of eliminating President Erdogan, who has, ironically, emerged a ‘national hero.’ Does this signal a new beginning? An analysis of the factors impending upon the colossal repair-and-rebuild task before the country.
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By Hurichihan Islamoglu, Professor of Economic History at Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey

Manifestation anti-G8 au Havre - 21 mai 2011 - 025 v1

The World Social Forum, held in Montreal last week, gave voice to innovative approaches to creating a world system based on social and economic justice, while highlighting the practical complexities of making such a vision a reality.
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By Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, Gateway House


India’s East Asia policy, long a bedrock of the country’s foreign policy, has seen significantly deeper ties with ASEAN and extra-ASEAN powers under the Modi government. As India turns 70, it is worth assessing the key bilaterals that will become more important for regional security and prosperity.
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By Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House

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This Indian Independence Day, take a look back into the 70 years of the nation’s foreign policy.
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By Gateway House


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The Gateway House Podcast

GH podcast Aug 18

Continuing our special mini-series on the U.S. Elections and it’s foreign policy implications, Ambassador Neelam Deo discusses the changing U.S.-Russia-EU equation and how scrutiny into expenses into NATO are inevitable.



Gateway House Events

Manjeet Speech HMUN 2016

On 13 August in Hyderabad, Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, address the Leadership Forum at HMUN India 2016.

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Gateway House in the media


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