Iran has been a regular topic in the news. How do you think the U.S. should engage Iran regarding its nuclear enrichment program?
I thought the best approach was where Iran could build reactors but then would have worked out a nuclear fuel exchange program with presumably Russia. In exchange Iran would have to allow full U.N. inspections. With this solution Iran gets the nuclear energy they claim to want (and evidence shows they need) and the world gets an open view of their facilities. Iran refused that solution....
I'm not much for attacking Iran, not because they don't deserve it, but rather their one sustained oil price drop away from economic disaster. The mullahs run a screw ball economy, the link gives a bit of detail on this:
I think recent news out North Korea and the history of Libya show that global cooperation on sanctions do work in bringing a regime around.
Political change could occur from within in Iran if the economy falls apart. Reform started under Khatami... but has been stunted over the last few years.