Donald Tusk

European Council President Donald Tusk confirmed in a tweet that an extension had been agreed to, but he did not disclose the date.
Britain is due to leave the European Union at the end of next week, but May is seeking to delay Brexit for a second time.
"In a trade sense, they’ve really taken advantage of us.”
Trump gets a public "Dear America" message ahead of the NATO summit.
Some Eurocrats imagine that dissatisfaction with the EU is a uniquely English phenomenon. For instance, Politico's Tim King contended: "This referendum is primarily a domestic political fight." It actually is much more.
ROME -- As Pope Francis told a gathering of top EU leaders, "The identity of Europe is and always has been a dynamic and multicultural identity." Not referring to the Christian roots of the continent does not mean Francis asks his Church to shy away. On the contrary, he wants it to be at the forefront of a fresh new energy.
The photos of the dead toddler sparked global sympathy over the fate of refugees.
On a rainy day in April 1990, I journeyed to the outskirts of Warsaw to one of those functional Communist-era apartment building
Half of Brits want to stay in the European Union, while the rest want out.
It's clear that we're living in an era where politics has failed and, like politicians, has become remote from the ordinary European citizen.
Listen, we have reformed our pension system, but we didn't take the baby pensions away from the Italians to leave them to
The European Union hosts the EU CELAC "Partnership" Summit in Brussels on June 10th and 11th. It brings together Presidents, Prime Ministers and Foreign Ministers of 61 countries and the EU institutions, that is the 28 members of the EU and 33 nations from CELAC - Community of Latin American and Caribbean States-.
ROME -- The Italian government is proposing a new form of "risk sharing" in the eurozone. A European Unemployment Insurance scheme is an innovative form of "risk sharing" that can be supported by both progressive liberals and pro-market conservatives throughout Europe.
granoscafe Si políticos y consumidores europeos quieren erradicar la pobreza, cada vez que se beban una taza de café deberían enviar 0,10 € (que podrían permitirse) como compensación a la gente que vive en las regiones cafetaleras. No se trata de ayuda o caridad, sino de un acto de justicia.
Fernando Morales-de la Cruz, Founder CAFÉ FOR CHANGE, asks: Madam Chancellor, how many cents of every cup of coffee you will serve at the G7 summit will help eradicate poverty in coffee growing regions?
Poland and Germany -- with a long history of conflict -- are very close partners. Chancellor Angela Merkel was instrumental in elevating Poland's conservative Prime Minister Donald Tusk to becoming the next president of the EU council.