I am thinking about a single run in a typical Bell-type scenario: A joint-measurement of an (appropriately prepared) entangled property is performed in spacetime regions A and B at spacelike separation. Regarding the above, in conjunction with Quantum Theory, would you say the following statement is true, false, or inapplicable? Why? The 'state of affairs' relevant to the outcome at A is independent of the setting at B. I am particularly interested in replies which assume a single (non-branching) universe. Nonetheless, replies from all perspectives are valued.