Plurilateral diplomacy

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Plurilateral diplomacy is a form of diplomacy that involves a limited number of countries or groups of countries, who share similar interests, values, or objectives, working together to address specific challenges or opportunities.

Plurilateral arrangements can take various forms, such as free trade agreements, regional security arrangements, and international environmental agreements. These arrangements allow countries to negotiate and make decisions more quickly and effectively than in a multilateral setting, where all countries need to be involved in the process. However, plurilateral diplomacy can also face criticism for being exclusionary and not transparent.

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