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policies against Havana is to be "an annexionist
movement." Espinosa Chepe, just recently out of prison, said "President Bush made a mistake [to support APCS].
In these writings, Weber associates "nationalism" with expansionist, annexionist
and imperialist policies, as can be seen from the following statement: "we are now facing the necessity of a complete reorientation of the foreign policy.