Letter writer June Frost indicates that we should be celebrating rather than complaining about the agreement on Syria.
As disappointed as I am with this president’s domestic policies, I give him points for exercising restraint.
As for those who complain, I opt to say that the agreement is much more transcendental than what some columnists speculate.
For it doesn’t mean the end — as they affirm — of America’s influence in world affairs, but rather the beginning of a much more agile and realistic diplomacy, tailored to the coming new international dynamics a totally interconnected “one world” is now bringing.
Felipe Fernandez, Miami