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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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But, in the bilateralism game, the larger countries protect substantial preferential access as insiders and the strong fears over future concession diversion lead them to remain insiders.
Indeed, the current state of Asia Pacific economic governance is characterized by the rise of bilateralism in both trade and investment.
Bilateralism can provide the best response for all kinds of regional situations and national aspirations border management being the basis for all.
a discussion of the bilateralism of contract damages and how this
Moreover, bilateralism cannot work in a credible sense owing to the legacy of mistrust and hostility between India and Pakistan that spans generations.
Ultimately, Pastor's argument for trilateralism boils down to his pointing out that dual bilateralism hasn't worked.
Second, the claim is normative in that 'multilateralism rather than bilateralism should inform the application and interpretation of investment treaties' (p 17).
4%) subjects as compared to bilateralism which occurred in 90 (75.
While regionalism is perceived as indispensable, bilateralism dominates cooperation among the countries in South Asia and SAARC is not insulated from the bilateral dynamic.
That is important with the approach of an operation to modernise bilateralism, which will oblige Switzerland to bring its legislation into line with EU law more systematically.
The problem is that, despite the clear need for multilateralism, there is a risk of a relapse into bilateralism due to a lack of global leadership.
Regarding bilateralism, big differences were not observed in dental development between the right and left sides, which present a strong correlation with respect to radiographic age and among such (Table 2).

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