Danielle Pletka

Danielle Pletka is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.

Danielle Pletka

Hostage Diplomacy Is Back. It Requires a Forceful Response.

It has risen from being a tool of terrorists in the modern era to one used by governments.

The Taliban Victory Is a Gift to Iran

The administration insists the two are enemies, but that is a misunderstanding of the divisions between Sunnis and Shiites.

It’s Time to Hold Pakistan Accountable

It aided the Taliban’s rise to power, and now it has helped the group return to power.

How to Read Raisi’s Pledge to the Palestinians

Iranian support for Hamas and Hezbollah has done little to make conditions better for those living under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority.

Can Biden Walk the Walk on Democracy?

He’s said the right things, but his actions on Afghanistan, Russia, and Cuba are not promising.

How We Can Fix Our ‘Made in China’ Problem

It won’t be easy, but there are steps that both individuals and the government can take.

Why the Biden Administration Shouldn’t Rush Into a New Iran Deal

A new book highlights the true nature of Iran’s nuclear program.

Why Israel Might Be Headed Toward Yet Another Parliamentary Election

The conflict with Hamas is only one aspect.

So Much for Going Slow on Iran

The Biden administration is taking steps to encourage a quick return to the nuclear deal.

‘It’s Not Difficult to Win an Election When Your Opponents Are Not on the Ballot’

Russian opposition figure Vladimir Kara-Murza on the Putin regime, Alexei Navalny, and what gives him hope for the future.