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tri·lat·er·al

(tri-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Having three sides.

trilateral

(trī-lăt′ĕr-ăl) [″ + L. latus, side]
Having three sides.
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Terming his proposal "trilateral cooperation," he urged that it include 1) annual trilateral cabinet meetings, 2) a standing secretariat, 3)consultations with states outside the formal trilateral group, and 4) regular three-way meetings of respective government officials.
As reported in the February 8, 1980 New York Times, the former California governor pointed out that "19 key members of the administration are or have been members of the Trilateral Commission.
Evidently no longer concerned about David Rockefeller's creation, Reagan had already chosen Trilateral veteran George H.