Martin Schulz

By threatening to end Turkey's EU bid, the German chancellor just signaled to members of her constituency that they're politically expendable.
David Wemer received an MA in European Union Politics from the London School of Economics and is the Washington D.C. Program
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.
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.
Despite his pointed rhetoric toward Tsipras, Schulz also voiced some optimism during his talk with Huffington Post Spain
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-.
We live in a time of international crisis and conflict: from the European financial crisis, which is robbing millions of young people of their future, to the conflict with Russia and finally to the bloody rise of ISIS. All this is dominating the news coverage worldwide. But the Huffington Post does not only want to report about dramatic developments. Our goal is a global network, with editors and thousands of bloggers who address topics which move people in their everyday lives. And this network continues to grow more and more.
The problem is that by all standards Matteo Renzi is a domestic-oriented kind of politician. Foreign policy exists only and insofar it can give him an advantage in the domestic arena.
Schulz, 57, who finished high school but did not go to university and began his career as an apprentice bookseller, said