Here in the USA we tend to be more focused on rights and get angered at those we think are stepping on our toes. I passed (when driving) cars on two lane roads, only to have them speed up to keep form being in front of them.
When riding I set my lane position according to conditions. If riding where passing is risky, I'll move left enough that a driver knows he has to overlap the centerline to pass, but I don't force him all the way across. If/when he starts passing, I'll move right and (if necessary) slow down so he can move back into the lane as soon as possible.
IME, I've had less problem passes when climbing because my speed is low, and the driver can get around me quickly. Tho opposite is true on descents or any time I'm riding faster, because he's much more likely to misjudge my speed and the distance he'll need to pass.