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Sumantra Maitra

Essays

“Kissinger’s Epiphany”
The American Conservative, October 12, 2023

“Europe’s Revealed Preferences”
The American Conservative, October 4, 2023

“Imperial Progress at the Smithsonian”
The American Conservative, June 19, 2023

“Sunak’s British Reaction”
The American Conservative, March 29, 2023

“Has the DeSantis Doctrine Arrived?”
The National Interest, September 23, 2022

“Seeking Equilibrium in East Europe: Burden Shifting in the Baltics”
Center For Renewing America, September 15, 2022

“Returning to the Lansdowne Doctrine”
Law & Liberty, August 22, 2022

“Hatred for Realism is an Elite Affliction”
The National Interest, June 18, 2022

“Focusing on Russia Instead of China Would be the United States’s Biggest Foreign Policy Mistake Ever”
The Federalist , April 4, 2022

“Whither Goest Thou, International Relations?”
National Association of Scholars, Spring 2022

“Putin and the New Global Order”
The Critic, February 23, 2022

“A Grand Strategy of Restraint Needs a ‘Counter Elite’”
The National Interest , January 7, 2022

“The Plight of the Foreign Policy Realists”
The National Interest, August 7, 2021

Patrick Porter & Sumantra Maitra, “America Should Reject Fighting Global Authoritarianism”
The National Interest, March 7, 2021

“Who Is Responsible for the Loss of Faith in Science?”
The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, December 11, 2020

“Hagia Sophia’s Reversion Into a Mosque is a Turning Point in History”
The Federalist, July 15, 2020

“Boris Johnson Cracked the Code for a Reagan Coalition in Great Britain”
The Federalist, December 13, 2019