Sumantra Maitra is a fellow at the Martin Center and a senior contributor at The Federalist.
A Republic-wide bipartisan crackdown on all forms of insurrectionary forces within is of paramount importance because historically, more than any foreign enemy, domestic propaganda and insurrectionary forces can result in state collapse.
Sumantra MaitraJanuary 11, 2021
The German question has returned, along with the greatest foreign policy issue facing Americans regarding the European balance of power.
Sumantra MaitraJanuary 17, 2020
Nationalism should form the bonds of social contract in any great power, and should not just be an idea that is despised by the far-left and usurped by the far-right.
Sumantra MaitraNovember 14, 2019
The gravity of any subject that deals with race and immigration deserves nuance, something Amy Wax didn’t offer in her speech or interview.
Sumantra MaitraAugust 28, 2019
The fundamental issues in Senator Josh Hawley’s ending keynote address were, first, according to him, the leadership class is ignoring…
Sumantra MaitraJuly 23, 2019
A consolidating liberal empire faces an inevitable difference of interests with maritime great powers and nation-states. But it lacks either will or capability to enforce a new order.
Sumantra MaitraMay 23, 2019
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