ABSTRACT. The EU of social welfare or of generational warfare, the continent of debt-bound economies or of knowledge-based community? Is the predatory generation in power? Europe’s redemption lies in the re-affirmation of the Lisbon Strategy of 2000, a ten-year development plan that focused on innovation, mobility and education, social, economic and environmental renewal. Otherwise a generational warfare will join class and ethnic conflicts as a major dividing line of the EU society in decline. pp. 109–116

Keywords: Europe austerity; Lisbon strategy; cross-generational contract; employability; decontextualized rights à la Lady Gaga

How to cite: Bajrektarevic, Anis H. (2014), "The Future of Europe –  Of Lisbon, Other Forgotten Instruments and Generational Interval," Geopolitics, History, and International Relations 6(1): 109–116

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