We may soon have an answer to Henry Kissinger’s infamous question: “Who do I call when I want to call Europe?”  And, depending on how things go, it could become a very familiar phone number.

Last Friday, the Irish overwhelmingly voted in favor of the Lisbon Reform Treaty.  This treaty will, once it is signed by Poland’s president Lech Kaczynski and dithering eurosceptic Czech president Vaclav Klaus, create a unified European foreign policy apparatus.