Monogamy of Bell's inequality violations in nonsignaling theories.
ABSTRACT We derive monogamy relations (tradeoffs) between strengths of violations of Bell's inequalities from the nonsignaling condition. Our result applies to general Bell inequalities with an arbitrary large number of partners, outcomes, and measurement settings. The method is simple, efficient, and does not require linear programing. The results are used to derive optimal fidelity for asymmetric cloning in nonsignaling theories.