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bilateral

adjective bi-facial, dual, two-sided
Associated concepts: bilateral contract, bilateral option, bilattral record
See also: mutual, reciprocal
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To be sure the locution in French makes reference to "side," but this only states the relevant bilateralism more emphatically.
See Pardo & Zemer, supra note I at 290-93 (discussing convoluted bilateralism concept).
Washington relied upon a crude bilateralism, fostering resentment, which a more multilateral approach might have mitigated.
of failures of bilateralism and other moral considerations.
Under bilateralism, for example, a merged multinationally owned
Meanwhile, the emerging powers continue to lean toward bilateralism and are aligning themselves with other countries.
institution was intended to combat regionalism and bilateralism.
In general, bilateralism has suited India for strategic reasons and conforms to its traditional nonaligned stance of keeping the superpowers away from the region.
policy in the region, the new administration was seen as a return to bilateralism and modesty in U.
Bilateralism and regionalism: Re-establishing the primacy of multilateralism a Latin American and Caribbean perspective.
In truth, it is impossible at present to know who is taking risks in these markets and at which level, given the fact that deals and transactions take place by mutual consent, in vague and obscure bilateralism.
At present our concern should be thrust on unity rather than pursuing the path of bilateralism, which has all along failed in achieving break through in respect of solution of Kashmir dispute.

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