Not only on the diplomatic level— i.e., vis-a-vis Europe or Israel, but also within Palestinian society.
vis-a-vis writing, Exeter was the place I got interested in writing.
Looking down he saw the lady's hand resting upon his knee, and he straightway utilized the forefinger of his vis-a-vis.
“So Finn has left town,” said Young Van, addressing his vis-a-vis.
The first dawn of day found me with my 'vis-a-vis' and four at the door of Donna Cecilia, who came with me as before.
Leslie leaned forward in her chair, steady eyes on her vis-a-vis.
He glanced over his shoulder; then, with a shrug, turned to his vis-a-vis in white satin.
Vernet tapped the desk beside him, and looked thoughtfully at his vis-a-vis.
He renders me more nervous than any partner I ever have, for I dislike to see my vis-a-vis so bored.
The vis-a-vis raised his eyes to the ceiling, thought a minute, and laughed.
Relative to; compared with: “She performed well vis-à-vis the rest of the competitors.”