OTHER WORDS FROM unilateralismu·ni·lat·er·al·ist, noun, adjective
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How to use unilateralism in a sentence
No huge tax cuts for the rich; no repeal of Obamacare; no opposition to same-sex marriage; no wanton unilateralism; and so on.
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.
Cultural 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.)