Gateway House Weekly Briefing

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Volume VI, Issue 18: Thursday, 4th May, 2017

Gateway House Features & Blogs

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The newly powerful Turkish president’s visit led to both sides committing to a stronger economic relationship and boosting people-to-people contact, but it had its unacceptable moments, and India had prepared for its unpredictability of outcome
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By Rajendra M. Abhyankar, Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University


China is coming in from a position of strength to challenge American primacy in the Asia-Pacific, and the Trump administration needs to abjure the hopeful, hesitant approach of its predecessors
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By Seema Sirohi, Washington-based analyst


New Delhi’s space policy makers have been promoting the possibility of deriving Helium-3 from the Moon for Earth-based applications for over a decade—but it is not a viable proposition and it’s time they stopped placing the cart before the horse
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By Chaitanya Giri, Elsi Origins Network Scientist, Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo

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Improvements in wind energy technology can not only benefit India’s energy profile, but also enhance relations with neighbouring countries
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By Amit Bhandari, Fellow, Energy and Environment, Gateway House

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