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Groups such as the Puerto Rican section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party advocated strong pro-American annexationist tendencies.
85) Perez describes Wood as "an unabashed annexationist, [well] attuned' to the policy signals emitted from the White House.
Napoleon is portrayed in unflattering terms--cynical, ruthless, ambitious, vindictive--but, more importantly, as the incarnation of the evils, including militarism, spawned by the French Revolution and destined to pursue the aggressive, annexationist policies inherited by that revolution from the old regime.
The radical Right's use of violence against MW women partly stemmed from its frustration at the change of public mood against their annexationist position.
In the case of the occupied Palestinian territory, the clear pursuit of a set of measures by key Western states aimed at ensuring Israel's compliance with the Convention could have limited the feasibility of Israel pursuing an annexationist agenda and could perhaps have facilitated the pursuit of policy options less injurious to a future settlement.
Polk, an ardent annexationist who made the issue a centerpiece of his campaign.
Chavez warned that the Free Trade Area of the Americas was "an annexationist plan" of the United States.
As stereotypically annexationist (or 'globalist,' a synonym) as Gates may be, he is not the only African-American scholar to insist on the innate Americanness of the slave narrative.
Grant's views of the Defence Crisis of 1963 are highly pertinent to missile shield discussions today, as are his invocation (after Diefenbaker) of the Annexationist Manifesto of 1849 (30), his insistence on the importance of "the French fact" (38) in Canada's past and future, or his coupling of "Corporation capitalism and liberalism' (98).