Letters to the Editor

Bipartisan panel

It is obvious, I believe, that a man good at making money is not, per se, good at foreign policy.

Good intentions are never enough. Knowledge is needed. We are facing quite grave matters at this point: North Korea, Syria.

This administration would be wise now in assembling a bipartisan foreign policy panel to advise on decision-making. I am thinking of names such as Henry Kissinger, James Baker and Madeleine Albright.

Felipe Fernandez, Miami