One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The principle of participation by three or more parties, especially by the governments of different countries.‘the president affirmed his commitment to multilateralism’
- ‘A spokesperson for Oxfam said that the EU, US and others are carving up the world into a series of agreements that undermine multilateralism.’
- ‘I often listen with interest to those in this Parliament who promote multilateralism and are less concerned with the sovereign rights of particular nations.’
- ‘Favoring multilateralism over unilateralism often means favoring talk over action.’
- ‘Mendez encouraged regional organizations and emphasized the need for multilateralism.’
- ‘Rather, the debate should be seen in terms of a presumption in favour of either multilateralism or unilateralism.’
- ‘France, he insisted, wants a "new internationalism" based on multilateralism and compliance with international law.’
- ‘He said the discussions will focus on strengthening multilateralism and enhancing the role of the United Nations.’
- ‘His view of democracy and multilateralism seems remarkably uncomplicated.’
- ‘The scale of this gross error should compel a return to genuine multilateralism.’
- ‘We think that effective multilateralism is the key to maintaining global peace and prosperity.’
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