Danielle Pletka

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

Danielle Pletka

‘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.

China Is Playing Games With Australia. The U.S. Should Pay Attention.

The CCP is trying to use its police state tactics to influence Europe and the United States as well the Aussies.

Will the Actions of Biden’s Iran Team Match Its Words?

The president's nominees are speaking cautiously in confirmation hearings, so it's worth looking at their past actions.

‘They Wasted Away Four Years of My Life’

Scholar Wang Xiyue talks about spending 40 months in an Iranian prison and what he learned about the regime.

The Ill Effects of Tyranny

How authoritarian governments are failing their citizens on the vaccine front.

Why Biden Will Try to Rejoin the Iran Deal—and Why He Shouldn’t

Iran wants more than cash. What will the regime ask for?

On Foreign Policy, Trump Created Opportunities for Biden

Will the president-elect build on them or rush to repudiate Trump’s legacy?

Finding Reasons to be Grateful in a Year Like No Other

2020 has been a rough year, but it shouldn't obscure decades of progress around the world.

Will Biden Waste an Opportunity to Steer Saudi Arabia in the Right Direction?

The president-elect’s antipathy toward the kingdom jeopardizes recent success in the Middle East.