I just returned from a trip to Europe where I discussed international politics with many of my friends there. They are dismayed that the nuclear treaty with Iran is being covered by the U.S. media as if the U.S. and Iran are the only players involved.
In fact, we are only one of many countries involved. Most of the other countries are anxious to end the sanctions on Iran as they are hurting their own economies.
My friends believe that despite what some of our disillusioned politicians think, the sanctions are going to end. The proposed treaty is a chance for us to salvage something from this situation and expand a dialogue with one of the most progressive Islamic countries in the Middle East.
Members of our Congress should get out of the way and let our negotiators do their jobs.