With the Kremlin showing off their 1950s technology, and Putin re-invigorating everyone's favorite cocktail game on the Russian presidency, one story nearly escaped the unblinking eye of Eternal Remont: Gerhard Schroeder’s memoirs (published in Russia by Gazprom.)
From the looks of it, his final 're-programming' sessions at Nashi summer camp were a bang-up success, or maybe it was all the money he made from the Nord-Stream deal.
Speaking on the future of the EU, Schroeder warned that the Union was about to “fall hostage to the nationalist anti-Russian interests of certain member countries. The EU must reject such narrow-minded nationalist interests in order to avoid damaging the development of its relations with Russia. It sometimes is in Europe’s interest to forget about the interests of some individual countries,” he said.
That means you Poland!