Europe and Russia, says the EU's current chairman Nicolas Sarkozy, are at a crossroads. Heading for a 'crucial' meeting with Moscow's leaders on September 8, he said at the Brussels emergency summit that Russia had to decide whether it wanted isolation or co-operation with its 27 neighbors.
He added that while the EU wanted peaceful co-operation "it takes two to tango."
There are, of course, obvious difficulties in doing the tango at a crossroads. Without some pretty nifty footwork you can end up in a tangled heap. Read full article »