Words nearby unilateralism
OTHER WORDS FROM unilateralismu·ni·lat·er·al·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for unilateralism
The criticisms of choice were Abbas's unilateralism and defiance of Israel and his U.S. benefactors.American Jewish Organizations' Silence On Settlements|Daniel Sieradski|December 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Unilateralism is not a substitute, but could help that process along by disentangling Israel from the West Bank.
Not all unilateralism is new or constructive; the devil is and will always be in the details.
Hoping for a change in Netanyahu or even for Israeli unilateralism—whatever one might think of its merits—is misguided.
“Unilateralism has never worked,” said Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, a Palestinian activist and legislator.Former Israeli Security Chief Pushes for Unilateral Withdrawal|R.M. Schneiderman|March 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Culture definitions for unilateralism
Action initiated or taken by a single nation rather than by two nations (see bilateralism) (see also bilateralism) or several (see multilateralism). For example, a nation might choose to disarm unilaterally in the hope that others will follow. (See recognition.)