New EU economic strategy - Repeating the failure of Lisbon strategy - commentaires New EU economic strategy - Repeating the failure of Lisbon strategy 2010-04-06T09:50:04Z https://www.taurillon.org/New-EU-economic-strategy-Repeating-the-failure-of-Lisbon-strategy#comment8224 2010-04-06T09:50:04Z <p>This may sound stupid but which party in the EP is endorsed by the Federalists ? I am angry about Barosso's lack of ambitian and I want to know what I can do...</p> <p>Thanks, Alexander Nikolov London</p> <p>alexanderdc<span class='mcrypt'> chez </span>msn.com</p> New EU economic strategy - Repeating the failure of Lisbon strategy 2010-03-26T11:05:31Z https://www.taurillon.org/New-EU-economic-strategy-Repeating-the-failure-of-Lisbon-strategy#comment8186 2010-03-26T11:05:31Z <p>Good article, JM !</p> <p>I would sligthly disagree though. While you are right that Barroso will remain in his constraintns, it's the member states again that fail to deliver. The EC has learnt that they are putting country-specific recommendations in place - not just one size fits all. Nonetheless it would be necessary to have sanction mechanisms - what won't come. Hence the 2020 strategy will be toothless again... And again the instruments are missing to actually meet the targets. Therefore the 2020 targets won't be reached, although as you rightly pointed out they are not ambititious enough.</p> New EU economic strategy - Repeating the failure of Lisbon strategy 2010-03-25T11:39:24Z https://www.taurillon.org/New-EU-economic-strategy-Repeating-the-failure-of-Lisbon-strategy#comment8178 2010-03-25T11:39:24Z <p>Thank you Joan-Marc for dotting the i's so clearly and so strongly.</p> <p>Of course, Barroso will not change. Let us put all the pressure we can on Parliament. Let the federalists organize themselves as the most active lobbyists. Let us be after our representatives to help them see the light !</p>