Tripartite

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Tripartite means composed of or split into three parts, or refers to three parties. Specifically, it may also refer to any of the following:

Political:

  • Tripartite system (politics), the separation of political power among a legislature, an executive, and a judiciary
  • Tripartite Agreement of 1936, an international monetary agreement entered into by the United States, France, and Great Britain to stabilize their nations' currencies.
  • Tripartite Pact between the Axis Powers of World War II
  • Britain–India–Nepal Tripartite Agreement, signed in 1947 concerning the rights of Gurkhas in military service.
  • Tripartite Declaration of 1950, signed by the United States, Britain, and France to guarantee the territorial status quo determined by Arab–Israeli armistice agreements
  • Three-parties, the "Three-parties alliance", or Tripartisme, a coalition government in France after World War 2
  • Madrid Accords, signed by Spain, Morocco, and Mauritania in 1975 to end Spanish presence in the territory of Spanish Sahara
  • The Tripartite Accord (Lebanon), signed on 28 December 1985 between three factions to end the Lebanese Civil War
  • The Tripartite Accord (Angola), signed between Cuba, Angola and South Africa on 22 December 1988 to end the Angolan Civil War
  • Tripartite Alliance, a 1990s political alliance in South Africa
  • Tripartism, or Tripartite consultations, between representatives of the government, workers and employers
  • Tripartite Struggle between the Pratihara, Rashtrakuta and Pala Empires, centered at the Kannauj Triangle

Religious:

Other:

May refer to:

  • The tripartite periodization of history into ancient, Middle Ages and modern. See Middle Age for more information.
  • The European Tripartite Programme, a trilingual engineering formation.

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