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multilateral

of or involving more than two nations or parties
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At a time when multilateralism is being questioned in some quarters, I am in New York to reaffirm the EU Banks support for the UNs new strategy and the reforms proposed by Secretary General Guterres.
Yes, Europe and China converge on a positive overall view of globalisation and multilateralism.
Building trust in multilateralism requires these institutions to prove themselves effective, representative, and transparent in promoting Asean's principles and shared objectives.
The president's apparent aversion to key alliance structures and multilateralism has fed growing alarm that the administration plans to abandon the post-World War II international order.
As one of the prominent actors, the European Union (EU) also has come to the fore with its advocacy of multilateralism in the current age.
Since the Indian prime minister has, time and again, shared his vision to isolate Pakistan, it would be rather opportune for the Indian people to isolate Modi and find a peace-loving leadership that can work for multilateralism and regional harmony.
She further emphasized that the adoption of the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Climate Agreement had renewed faith in multilateralism and development cooperation, with high-level summits showing a shared international vision.
In East Asia, the turn to multilateralism was rather more circumspect.
In this article, I analyze the possibility that bilateralism may provide a pathway to multilateralism as a mode of international economic governance.
The wartime actions of the UN's founders suggest that contemporary global governance often is a second-best surrogate for their more robust multilateralism and IGOs.
What is more important is what the TFA business tells us about Modi's attitude towards multilateralism in general.
Instead, he suggests a striving for cooperation and multilateralism built over time.

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