bilateralism


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Synonyms for bilateralism

the property of being symmetrical about a vertical plane

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As much as we would tend to veer away from sensitive political issues imbibed in bilateralism, the case for urgent economic cooperation ultimately overlapping into political change is redundant when one refuses to recognize real political impediments at the very outset.
For example, as argued in Chapter 7, bilateralism is the dominant type of cooperation in the EU's energy and migration policies in the Mediterranean area, while in the development policy of the EU, the case of Africa reveals that there are no clear common principles, and member states implement their own policies.
On the other hand, as discussed above, global free trade is attained in the bilateralism game only when the discount factor is sufficiently small because then an insider's fear of future concession diversion is small relative to the myopic attractiveness of exchanging further reciprocal market access and becoming the hub.
In his presentation, he stressed that Kashmir holds the key topeace and stability in the subcontinent, and provided detailed analysis of why bilateralism has not worked in its resolution since most of these talks had more expectations without results, therefore, he proposed that it is time to move towards a multilateral approach and diplomatic engagement.
In his presentation, he stressed that Kashmir holds the key topeace and stability in the subcontinent, and provided detailed analysis of why bilateralism has not worked in its resolution since most of these talks 'had more expectations without results', therefore, he proposed that it is time to move towards a multilateral approach and diplomatic engagement.
Most importantly, while bilateralism was never a part of the Saarc objectives and disputes between any two member countries were never to be brought to the table, India's behaviour is very much out of place and the fact that four other nations are following the decision is even worse.
I am very doubtful that jurisdictions that seek to maintain bilateralism on this issue are serious about meeting their commitments even under bilateral agreements," said Reuven Avi-Yonah, professor of tax law at the University of Michigan and former consultant for the United States and the OECD.
The outlines of such a definition of public purpose include the concepts of proportionality and bilateralism.
True, there are many issues on the Internet and about the Internet: Class, gender, age, language, race, location, human rights and fundamental freedoms, innovation, the power of telcos and of states, "counter-terrorism," multilateralism, bilateralism, and multistakeholdermism.
In this article, I analyze the possibility that bilateralism may provide a pathway to multilateralism as a mode of international economic governance.
12 -- As a transient flash of a lightning makes the darkness darker, the euphoria over Nawaz Sharif's visit to Delhi in connection with Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony not only vanished too fast but seems to have had a negative impact upon the Indo-Pak bilateralism.
Despite security challenges marred by the terror acts on both sides due to the nature of border Pakistan and Afghanistan have been able to evolve a functional sense of bilateralism over the last few years.
Enhanced bilateralism between Pakistan and Afghanistan with particular emphasis on coordination arrangements along Pakistan-Afghanistan border was also deliberated upon during the meeting, the statement said.
Provided the obstacles to free movement are addressed to the satisfaction of EU states, we could imagine a new structure that would differ from sector-based bilateralism and be more like a mini-European Economic Area.
Donors may resort to bilateralism if they believe that recipients' bargaining position in multilateral institutions is increasing.
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