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Annex

1. A section or amendment to an international agreement. This can be important in some treaties, such as the Kyoto Protocol, in which industrialized countries are called Annex I countries and others are known as non-Annex I countries.

2. See: Annexation.
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In the antebellum period, annexationist speculation ranged from the Polk administration's proposals to purchase the island from Spain to illicit attempts to forcibly "liberate" the island.
There is little evidence available to substantiate what Fornaris's political affiliations and leanings were after the annexationist era.
But the law is not only anti-democratic and discriminatory, it is also blatantly annexationist.
(48.) For the classic account of the annexationist camp, see Fritz Fischer, Germany's War Aims in the First World War (New York, 1967); for more detail on the divisions in the liberal ranks, see Hartwig Thieme, Nationaler Liberalismus in der Krise, Die nationalliberale Fraktion des PreuBischen Abgeordnetenhaus 1914-1918 (Boppard am Rhein, Germany, 1963).
Chapter 1, "First Fruits of a Tropical Eden," describes how travelogue writers, annexationists, politicians, and designers of tourism projects articulated a vision for Cuba and Hawaii as territories worthy of inclusion in the United States and destined to be governed by whites.
Carter began his term in 1977 at the same time that annexationist governor Carlos Romero Barcelo was beginning his in Puerto Rico.
When principle led Erzberger to change his annexationist position, a move isolating him from his party, he resigned his 40,000-mark salary.
President Carter began his term in 1977, the same time that annexationist governor Carlos Romero Barcelo was beginning his term in Puerto Rico.
Netanyahu's annexationist policy and hard-line approach towards Palestinian aspirations serves Israel's longer-term best interests.
"Such a revealing of the true face and the dropping of masks by the Armenian side, revealing its unambiguously annexationist intentions regarding the occupied territories of Azerbaijan, serves as a serious occasion to draw the attention of international institutions to the official position of the Armenian government aimed at disrupting the negotiation process.
Now, by a similar clumsy explanation of its noble intentions the Armenian Foreign Ministry already, following the Prime Minister of this country, has actually directly confessed the conduct by the official Yerevan of annexationist policy towards the Nagorno-Karabakh region of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Nowhere in the resolution is there any mention of any of the obstacles posed by the Israeli government: the 620,000 colonists living in colonies that have, by design, carved the areas West Bank open to Palestinians into non-contiguous "Bantustans"; the aggressive land grabs, demolition of Palestinian homes; the brutal behaviour of the occupation authorities; the policies of both the current Israeli government and its opposition, both of which see no place for the "viable" Palestinian State called for in HR246; or the annexationist policies currently underway in the area referred to "East Jerusalem," having a profoundly negative impact on the lives of the 320,000 Palestinian citizens who live there.