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Sumantra Maitra
Sumantra Maitra (Twitter: @MrMaitra) is a foreign affairs journalist, and research scholar on foreign policy and neo-realism, based in England.
August 20, 2018
Turkey's drift away from the West
The present quarrel between Turkey and the United States is merely a symptom of a long-term Turkish drift away from the West towards new alliances that looks irreversible.
August 11, 2018
Australia, India and the Asian Quad
It is unlikely that India will align itself with any side, a luxury Australia cannot afford and a reality it will soon have to reckon with.
August 9, 2018
Can Imran Khan bring peace between India and Pakistan?
Imran Khan has a huge opportunity to reshape the subcontinental politics for generations to come and must navigate Pakistan's standing between the three giants of India, the U.S. and China.
July 30, 2018
Germany attempts to chart an independent way
Germany and Japan attempt to achieve closer cooperation between countries which essentially share the fundamental characteristics of liberal democracy – and not just free trade.
July 23, 2018
As Brexit crumbles, so does faith in democracy
With the U.K. in chaos over Brexit, voters are learning that democracy will always be second to the expectations and interests of the country's elites.
July 21, 2018
Trump-Putin meeting will bring nothing new
Despite the build-up surrounding Trump's meeting with Putin in Helsinki, and the expressions of friendliness between the two leaders, we should expect no change of any real substance in the future of U.S.-Russian relations.
July 12, 2018
Trump, NATO, EU and liberal order
Trump's concerns over NATO are not new. They are valid long-term concerns of every single American taxpayer, and Europe continues to ignore it at its own peril.
July 4, 2018
Turkey's recent elections and the power of nationalism
The force of nationalism in Turkey, as well as other countries like Russia, should not be underestimated, as many countries are now factoring in religion and nationalism when choosing their leaders.
July 1, 2018
​Harvard causing 'brain drain' through discrimination against Asians
The discrimination has contributed over time to race-based exclusion and a less competitive student body.
June 25, 2018
​Australia's pivotal strategic role in Indo-Pacific order
The recent Lowy institute poll shows what has been quite clear in strategic circles in Asia-Pacific, that the most relevant and pivotal country in the entire region is Australia.
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