minilateralism love

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  • Hideyuki Sakai talked about “minilateralism,” which apparently is a kind of high-level collusion among a few members used to save multilateral agreements and regimes.

    ASPAC Blogging: Japan’s Political Present and Future

  • That’s not really news, of course, but it does demonstrate something useful about the direction things might still have to go, and the issues on which “bottom-up” and minilateralism aren’t going to be all that effective.

    ASPAC Blogging: Japan’s Political Present and Future

  • Energy security is an issue that cuts across many of both Washington's and Moscow's strategic relationships and seems like an area where minilateralism "applies.

    The Washington Note

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