Busy and knackered, sorry… Should have something for you tomorrow. In the meantime, don’t forget the Nosemonkey Netvibes Universe – all kinds of European bloggy goodness, with a number of new additions over the last week or so.
And in case that doesn’t keep you going, some highlights from blogs and the press from the last couple of days, worthy of more attention/discussion:
Deutsche Welle – Making the Case for a Multi-Speed Europe
Deutsche Welle – EU Should Become Union of European Regions, Expert Says
Coulisses de Bruxelles – Commission: Barroso for ever?
Julien Frisch – Will the Euro become the leading global currency?
Financial Times – Reforms that would help euro punch its weight
Certain Ideas of Europe – Why do some Belgians want to become French?
Ironies Too – Belgium split threatens Europe not just the EU and the Lisbon Treaty!
EU Observer – Business favours Blair as EU president
Open Europe Blog – Why did the Doha talks collapse?
Centre for European Reform Blog – Should Europeans care about Doha?
International Herald Tribune – Berlusconi sends troops to back police
EurActiv – Roma MEP defends Italy’s fingerprinting measures
Spiegel Online – France and Other States Experiment with Direct Democracy
Publius – Réforme constitutionnelle et Europe