I wish they had talked about the speech Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski gave in Berlin on Monday. It has been getting a lot of press in Europe - pretty much ignored in the US. David Frum did a good job of writing about the speech.
Here is the Economist
on the speech.
The whole speech is here
And I demand of Germany that, for your own sake and for ours, you help it survive and prosper. You know full well that nobody else can do it. I will probably be first Polish foreign minister in history to say so, but here it is: I fear German power less than I am beginning to fear German inactivity.
You have become Europe’s indispensable nation.
You may not fail to lead. Not dominate, but to lead in reform.
Provided you include us in decision-making, Poland will support you.
Even a blind man knows when the sun is shining, he can feel it.