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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.
February 9, 2018
The return of an old doctrine shows the reality of the new world
The Monroe doctrine is back in American grand strategy, with serious significance for geopolitics.
February 8, 2018
PM May's global Britain poised to gain from Chinese investment
Following PM Theresa May's visit to China, further partnership between China and post-Brexit Britain holds the promise of real benefits on both sides.
February 2, 2018
​The future of the G2
As the so-called "liberal order" of the West declines, a proposed system of mutual Sino-American cooperation points to the future of international relations.
January 29, 2018
​Modi's balancing act in Davos
Despite lofty rhetoric, there're some structural challenges in the path to India's rapid development.
January 27, 2018
​Donald Trump's first war with an ally
In Syria, Turkish and American interests are at odds in a situation that indicates a deepening rift between the two NATO powers. 
January 20, 2018
India needs Israel more
​One should be careful before reading too much into the new Indian-Israeli alignment. The real political situation remains complicated.
January 12, 2018
Macron aspires to be an ally within EU for China
While Britain undoubtedly remains the primary trade destination of China in Europe, France can prove to be a major ally within EU.
January 9, 2018
Protectionism is bad for the international order
Recent acts of protectionism by the United States fly in the face of warming trade relations between China and the European Union, and risk jeopardizing burgeoning economic cooperation.
January 6, 2018
Order is preferable over chaos in Middle East
Those who want regime change in Iran should be careful about what they wish for. History is not on their side.
December 31, 2017
What can we expect in 2018?
As always as an old year ends and a new one looms, out come the crystal balls to try and predict the future. Despite many ongoing problems, this columnist sees cause for cautious optimism.
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