bilateral network

bilateral network

[bī′lad·ə·rəl ′net‚wərk]
(electricity)
A network or circuit in which the magnitude of the current remains the same when the voltage polarity is reversed.
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Keeping in view the importance of Pakistan for the region, Spain has been expressing its intention to continue developing, a bilateral network of political dialogue with Pakistan at different levels.
The iPass Open Mobile Exchange enables telecom service providers and Wi-Fi network operators to forge direct and bilateral network agreements in order to reduce costs, gain operational efficiencies and drive market growth with access to a global, universal network.
This opens the door for a substantial discussion as to whether it is in the interest of a country like Singapore to pursue multilateralism, combine multilateralism with bilateralism, or build up a bilateral network as a substitute for multilateralism, or as a safety net in case multilateralism does not work as envisaged.
It's more cumbersome than we would like." Bilateral networks, for instance, were set up for each of the member nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council, as well as Jordan.
Multilayered bilateral networks have multilateral effects, especially when they are dense and homogeneous.
For bilateral networks to have multilateral aspects, they need to be similar enough so that states behave as if a single multilateral framework exists.
Based on the above two attributes of bilateral networks, I identify four modes of regional economic governance in Asia (Figure 1).
Referring to the ongoing business cooperation and development of bilateral networks between the two countries, he said: "We want to continue working together in this direction: to overcome any possible obstacles for investments and identify the benefits and services offered by the two countries."

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