There's now a temporary website for the "European Council on Foreign Relations".
Apparently George Soros is going to spend some of the vast pile of cash he took off every single person in Britain in 1992 on promoting a single EU Foreign Policy.
They are planning offices in "Berlin, Paris, London, Madrid, Rome and Warsaw as well as a presence in Brussels and the new member states." That can't be cheap.
You can bet that one of the first priorities for their cash-rich campaign will be to assist the passage of the constitutional treaty.
It will be run by Mark Leonard, inventor of "cool Britannia" and the author of "Why Europe Will Run the 21st Century" (which was launched, with brilliant comic timing, just before the "no" votes). Presumably it will compete with his former employer, the Centre for European Reform.
It sounds like the EU great and good will turn out in force to back it.