No place for this veil of secrecy as Brussels' influence grows
HENRY Kissinger, the former US secretary of state, famously complained that if he wanted to speak to Europe, he did not know who to call.
There is another question, more relevant for those of us who do not have to worry about the trouble spots of the world. If you want to see what Europe is doing, where do you look?
There is very little to see. Even the bailouts are obscure. In the Cyprus case, it was not initially clear who had even made the decision to singe depositors.