Geo-economics and Strategy

Geo-economics and Strategy

With many Western economies in crisis and developing nations ascendant, is a new world order emerging? This programme - run from the IISS Middle East office, but with a bureau in Delhi - studies how financial shifts affect the global distribution of power.

The Changing Geo-economics of Gulf and Asia

Bahrain India Forum 2015

The Bahrain India Forum was convened in New Delhi with the support of the Economic Development Board of Bahrain, to facilitate high level engagement between policymakers, business leaders and influential opinion formers. The Forum served to improve mutual awareness regarding the business and geo-economic environment in Bahrain and India  

  • Events

    Press Launch - Strategic Survey 2015

    15 September 2015. 

    Press Launch
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 15 September 2015

  • IISS Voices

    Mahmood Abdulla: New opportunities for the Gulf along China's new Silk Road

    29 July 2015. 

  • Events

    A new era of GCC geo-economic opportunity with China and India

    27 July 2015. 

    IISS Geo-economics and Strategy Workshop
    IISS-Middle East, Manama, Bahrain
    Monday 27 July 2015

  • Survival

    The Economics of Multipolarity

    22 July 2015.  Deepak Nayyar’s Catch Up describes the role of 14 developing economies in transforming the structure of world economic output. If the trends of the past half-century persist, the twenty-first-century distribution of power will be multipolar.

  • Expert Commentary

    Economic Times: It was 25 years ago today...

    21 July 2015.  By Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economics and Strategy It was on a wet monsoon day, 25 Julys ago, that I left a staid university campus to enter the happening world of journalism, joining the editorial team at The Economic Times. Few would have anticipated at the time that the year ahead would in fact be as momentous, perhaps the most exciting, 12 months for an Indian economic journalist. In July 1990, Vishwanath...

  • Expert Commentary

    The Hindu: An agreement that was called a deal

    21 July 2015.  By Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economics and Strategy Ten years ago, on the morning of July 19, 2005, the readers of The Hindu would have seen a boxed news item next to the front page lead story with an innocuous headline that read “Manmohan expresses satisfaction over talks”. It was not just the byline of the writer (N. Ravi, the newspaper’s former Editor-in-Chief) that justified the placement of that report, but...

  • Expert Commentary

    RSTV: State of the Economy with Sanjaya Baru

    20 July 2015.  Rajya Sabha TV interview with Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economic and Strategy

  • Expert Commentary

    Le Monde: Forcer la Grèce à sortir de la zone euro serait très compliqué

    06 July 2015.  Interview with François Heisbourg, Chairman of the IISS and of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy Dimanche 5 juillet, les Grecs ont dit non à la dernière proposition de réformes formulée par les créanciers du pays. Conseiller spécial à la Fondation pour la recherche stratégique, François Heisbourg analyse les conséquences géopolitiques de ce vote. Quelles seront, d’après vous, les leçons et les conséquences du vote grec sur le plan stratégique ? Il y aura des effets...

  • IISS Voices

    Mahmood Abdulla: The New Normal for Oil Prices - A Wake-Up Call for Gulf States

    06 July 2015. 

  • Expert Commentary

    The Hindu: The Greek crisis and an imperfect EU

    02 July 2015.  By Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economic and Strategy The European Union (EU) was never a union. Greece has called the bluff. At the heart of the economic crisis in the EU is a political failure. The inability, indeed the unwillingness, of the member nations of the “Union” to move beyond a single market and a monetary union to create a political entity. The economic crisis in Greece is a manifestation of...

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