The European Summit last week was an exceptionally calm affair with European leaders with consensus rubber stamping what their foreign ministers had agreed earlier in the week mainly the unprecedented step of partially freezing Turkey's membership negotiations after Ankara refused to establish transport links with Cyprus. Finnish Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja, whose country holds the current EU presidency, said all 25 EU states were unanimous in backing the partial suspension of Turkey's year-...

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