E.U. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT – FACTS AND TRENDS
Mona Ivănescu ()
Romanian Economic Business Review, 2016, vol. 11, issue 4, 91-96
Today, the EU’s struggling efforts to offer a coherent and unified response to the endless refugee and migration flows prove that, beside some vague diplomatic declarations, the real, painful lack of sustainable development imported from other parts of the world will certainly put under pressure the Europe equilibrium, being a direct challenge to the continent. Once upon a time the sustainable development was the EU’s big idea for the future. Without having till now, a realistic vision in which areas Europe needs to be reformed, it is unlikely that the EU representatives will be able to engage in a meaningful negotiation with China, India or other Asian of African region or territory on topics like the 2030 Agenda or other sensitive ones.
Keywords: sustainable development; The Europe 2020 Strategy; The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; EU outlooks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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