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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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For Delany, however, much as the Colonization Society was a tool of the slave power, arguments for benevolent US white reform of Cuba are imperialist subterfuge, an insidious false consciousness propagandized by US annexationists who desired to control Cuba in order to further slaveholding interests.
As Puerto Rican annexationists became increasingly more vocal, Hanna attempted to help them reach this goal.
In tension with her annexationist sentiment is her sense that annexation is not so much a matter of the spread of liberal values as it is of illiberal Southern interests.
In addition, some Northern Democrats were angered by the role that annexationists had played in denying the party's presidential nomination to Martin Van Buren.
Despite this tie to the Spanish colonial regime, he participated in an annexationist conspiracy in 1851, presumably that of Joaquin Aguero.
60) The Patrons of Industry: From the Speech of Oliver Mowat Delivered in North Bruce (North Bruce 1893), 10; The Patrons: An Answer to the Annexationist, 8; Canada Farmers' Sun (Toronto), 23 May 1894 and 10 August 1894; AO, PC, MU 2087 #8, 11 April.
The onus will be on those who assert that Israel has annexationist intentions to prove what they assert, and the evidence concerning the West Bank is simply deficient.
Even though Christianity and Islam have adopted a position that is at first glance annexationist and therefore anti-pluralist, historical reality is far more complex; indeed European religious history cannot be equated or restricted to the history of Christianity and the Christian churches alone; this much is clear, for example, from the history of Italian religion, insofar as it is the history of relations between Christians, Jewish communities and at certain periods Islamic communities, not to mention the confrontation with the pagan substrate that periodically re-emerges and so forms a kind of basso continuo.
Such racial and cultural vilifications seemed to justify American annexationist ambitions toward Mexican California.
Although Britain had first advocated self-determination of the German colonies, it quickly moved to an annexationist stance.
Besides John Platt, the two other pro-amalgamation candidates for reeve were John Chapman and long-time annexationist D.
Consequently, Van Home submitted his idea of a revocable permit to the new annexationist governor General Wood.