Dr. Sumantra Maitra is a non-resident fellow at the James G. Martin Center, U.S. and an early career member at the Royal Historical Society, U.K. He is a senior contributor to The Federalist, U.S., and a columnist for The National Interest, U.S. You can find him on Twitter @MrMaitra. His research is in great power-politics and neorealism.
He also writes for Quillette, Providence Magazine, Spectator US, The Telegraph, Claremont Review of Books, International Affairs, Washington Examiner, and other publications. You can find him on Twitter @MrMaitra.
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.
For an era of Great Power competition, General Lloyd Austin is a baffling pick to be the next secretary of defense and has divided leftist identitarians.
Academia accepts diversity as a concept, but as diversity of race and sex becomes institutionalized, ideological diversity has taken a backseat.
The United States needs to get back to its realist roots and prudently let China overstretch and, if possible, engage in fruitless and attritional armed conflict.
One can enjoy Netflix’s ‘Barbarians’ for its cinematic beauty — as long as one isn’t too nitpicky or a historian haunted by troubling parallels.
Leftist elites in Europe are tying their fate with Democrats, becoming a natural adversary of any future Republican administration. That is a long-term mistake.
A reprioritization of America’s strategic interests would cement the legacy of the first president in the era of great-power rivalry.
President Trump’s biggest legacy will be reshaping Republicanism back into its socially conservative, multiethnic, and unifying working-class roots.
For the first time in decades, the diversity bureaucrats dividing the country on the basis of race, class, and sex are worried about losing federal funding and being sued.
Islamism isn’t a free-speech issue, but a sovereignty issue. It’s a low-level insurgency. It needs to be eradicated. Insurgents cannot be reasoned with.
The only diversity the left won’t allow is one of varied viewpoints. Judge Barrett is a threat because she is living proof a different world exists.
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