A cold, divided, and annoyed Europe struggles to find a way to prevent Russia from turning down the heat. Eastern Europe, meanwhile, continues to shiver.
President Nicolas Sarkozy heads to Asia this week to broach the idea of bringing India and China together with G-8 nations in a 'Bretton Woods II' framework of economic rules.
Bush says reforms must improve, not fetter, the free market; Europeans hint at more robust intervention.
President Dmitry Medvedev said Saturday that Russia is 'a nation to be reckoned with.'
High food prices are allowing Europe to reallocate money usually budgeted for European farm subsidies.
Its support for halving emissions by 2050 is seen as useful for future negotiations.
Radical goals for 2020 boost renewable energy and cut emissions sharply.