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annex, annexe

A subsidiary structure near or adjoining a larger principal building.
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There's a very good recent precedent: Beijing's aggressive annexationism based on its arbitrary Nine-Dash-Line claim is essentially similar to Russia's gobbling up of Crimea, which the General Assembly condemned few weeks ago.
The roots of American annexationism in Puerto Rico extend back to the early 19th century fostered in part by commercial relations.
One on annexationism and dictatorship in the Dominican Republic is a political narrative that does not look to underlying causes.