The case for American leadership in the Iran nuclear crisis has gained focus lately. It is becoming clearer that strong U.S. leadership is the predicate for coordinated multilateral engagement on the Iranian nuclear issue. An effective sanctions campaign against Iran’s nuclear program has been impeded in the past by lack of strategic focus and the complexity international relations. This is not time for the U.S. to lead from behind.
A member of the NSF Editorial Board, recently published a commentary on the subject at The American Spectator.
By Frank Schell