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multilateral

of or involving more than two nations or parties
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The Bush Administration has since become all too multilateralist, even -- or especially -- regarding the ''axis of evil.
In Sharm el-Sheikh, Washington wanted to give the impression that it has now become a team player, a multilateralist.
This multilateralist approach adopted by Roh has basically resulted in a dual-track policy--a mixture of independence and cooperation--toward the United States.
A New World Order is broadly situated in the multilateralist approach to American foreign policy and the liberal cosmopolitan approach to international law.
one including, this time, France and Germany--will fall as much to London as to a newly multilateralist or realist Washington that emerges in the wake of the Iraq policy study led by former Secretary of State James Baker's group.
now mired in a Mesopotamian morass because of what is described as a "unilateralist" foreign policy, the UN's multilateralist approach is gaining unearned prestige and unwarranted credibility.
The Multilateralist tradition in Canadian Foreign Policy, Second edition (Don Mills: Oxford University Press Canada, 2002).
administration and a multilateralist UN membership.
The liberal institutionalist thesis that institutions "matter" became dominant in the policy orientated academic journals spurred on by the multilateralist rhetoric of the Clinton election campaign and early administration.
presidential debate, President Bush has relentlessly hit one theme: that John Kerry is a wimpy multilateralist.

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