Danielle Pletka is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
Her election prompted concerns about far-right tendencies, but she’s governed more like Thatcher than Orbán.
Iran’s leaders have upended governments and enmeshed themselves in regional governance, economics, and culture.
The regime wants sanctions relief to buy off the opposition movement.
Sen. Bob Menendez has sought to restore Congress’ role in foreign policy.
The Senate passed a non-binding resolution opposing sanctions relief for the IRGC and insisting that any deal address state-sponsored terrorism.
The causes are numerous. One solution is to re-engage on the basis of reality.
Whether in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, or Xinjiang, there have been too few consequences for atrocities.