And do it unilaterally if it must (and with the moribund peace process, it must).
But that was so yesterday, much like his contention that he lacked the power to unilaterally confer amnesty.
At a time when North Korea threatens our allies with nuclear weapons, why would we want to unilaterally disarm our enemies?
And there is nothing we can do unilaterally to solve immigration.
A unilaterally achieved vote by the General Assembly does not.
Indeed in most cases, the president cannot unilaterally lift these sanctions.
There are, of course, limits to what Obama can do unilaterally.
Second, unilaterally adhering to previous agreements would create grave security threats for Israel.
Such aid is not an act of war, even if a dictator should unilaterally proclaim it so to be.
Valve turgid in the middle and at the apices which are unilaterally truncate.
1802, from Modern Latin unilateralis, from unum, neuter of unus "one" (see one) + latus (genitive lateralis) "side" (see oblate (n.)). Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) may have been the first to use it in the legal sense of "made or entered into by one party." Unilateral disarmament is recorded from 1929.
It is useless for the sheep to pass resolutions in favor of vegetarianism, while the wolf remains of a different opinion. [William Ralph Inge, "Outspoken Essays," 1919]
unilateral u·ni·lat·er·al (yōō'nə-lāt'ər-əl)
On, having, or confined to only one side.