Dr. Sumantra Maitra is a national-security fellow at The Center for the National Interest; a non-resident fellow at the James G Martin Center; and an elected early career historian member at the Royal Historical Society. He is a senior contributor to The Federalist, and can be reached on Twitter @MrMaitra.
We need to understand the most influential event of this century and the potential fallout. The republic cannot afford another such catastrophe and hope to survive.
Hungarian President Viktor Orban was once a dissident against communism. Then he turned to faith and flag—and became a heretic against liberalism.
The fundamental refrain was one of incompetence and destabilizing political correctness. The U.S. Navy is in dire need of toughening up.
When elites implement policies based on questionable theories, common people vote them out. That is a sign that the marketplace of ideas and the constitutional republic is working.
Unless we explore the root causes, Afghanistan will not be the last of pointless U.S. wars.
What we’ve recently witnessed is the replacing of one faith with another, in which the new saints are the ‘experts’ who ‘trust science.’
Politicians and military analysts should be blunt about their plans regarding the defense of Taiwan from possible Chinese invasion.
Do American policymakers have any idea what might happen if most of Europe someday considers American cultural influence to be more toxic than Chinese economic influence?
Forty years since the Soviet invasion, it was Americans’ turn to learn the same lessons delivered to all great powers who venture into Afghanistan.
New British legislation and reports on race, universities, and culture provide a pathway for conservatives across the Anglosphere.
The Chinese side knows that wielding the same self-loathing ideas the ruling class teaches in American universities will hurt Americans most.
The words of diversity ring hollow, as hard-working Asians from every socio-economic background, with stable family structure and strong disciplined work ethic, face discrimination.
Tucker Carlson is correct about utopian ideas from the national security blob resulting in flawed and destructive policies.
Turning great-power competition into a simplistic struggle between good and evil defies basic realism. Naturally, Biden chose to do so in his first major foreign policy speech.
President Biden shouldn’t make empty promises. The strategy should be about bleeding China if they overstretch, rather than committing American lives to a potentially attritional war.
Britain and India’s vaccine cooperation are part of the continuation of strengthening ties between America, Australia, Japan, India, and the United Kingdom.
If tech feudal lords and oligarchs can decide which sovereign has a voice and platform, then sovereignty is meaningless. Europeans must take note.
Under no scenario would a unified European Union aligned with China be in the interest of America. Indeed, a united EU might not be a friend but a foe.
Bullied by Communist China, Australia has called, and the world must answer — one bottle of delicious Australian wine at a time.
A role for Samantha Power in the upcoming Biden administration signals the return of the failed foreign policy agenda of Barack Obama.
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