EU Leaders met today to choose the next EU High Representative but all appears that it will not be until August 30, 2014 when they meet again that the next Foreign Policy leader of the EU will be elected. According to most EU news reports, the Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini 'WAS' supposed to be easily elected the next EU Foreign Affairs Chief, replacing Baroness Ashton who is stepping down in October. This means that Mogherini's frontrunner status is in serious jeopardy because Eastern European countries do not want an 'inexperienced & pro-Russian' Foreign Minister representing them. Additionally, EU news reports stated that Western Europe countries do not want Eastern European countries dictating to them the direction that EU Foreign Policy should take for the next five years. It appears that : Berlin, Paris and London want a 'WEAK' Foreign Chief so that their own Foreign Ministers can still dominate Foreign Policy without someone in Brussels dictating overall Foreign Policy on behalf of so many varying interests among this 'EU Behemoth' of 28 members.