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unilateral

‘one way’.
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Israeli unilateralism, in other words, has driven the Palestinians to choose the unilateral path.
A parallel theme to unilateralism is policy hubris.
Opponents of Bush, with Obama at their head, had built their opposition on various items, such as their rejection of unilateralism in US foreign policy.
What's certain is that the Obama administration will not repeat the mistakes of Bush and his neocons, who have been criticized for their unilateralism, arrogance and recklessness in putting military power before diplomacy.
Recently, in the case of the current Bush presidency, some have confused this with presidential imperialism, but as Adam Warber explains, this process of unilateralism did not start with George W.
Deterring the war crimes of statespeople would require concerted international condemnation and that might take time and persistence, especially in view of the nationalistic arrogance and unilateralism of the current Bush administration.
The United States contested; American unilateralism and European discontent.
The New Era of Executive Unilateralism and Electronic Surveillance
The first issue includes stories on: enhancing Canada's representation in the U.S.; Singapore's diplomacy; efforts towards a European foreign policy; and, diplomacy's possible futures in light of increased unilateralism. An annual subscription costs $75 for individuals and $225 for institutions.
His unilateralism is a violation of international law.
He identifies a historic pattern of response that features unilateralism, preemption, and hegemony.

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