reannexation

reannexation

(ˌriːænɛkˈseɪʃən)
n
formal the act or process of reannexing something
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With the reannexation of Kirkuk by Baghdad, Kurdistan's oil output has almost halved overnight, and with it the revenue from that field.
Igbo rejoined Nigeria against their will following the military defeat of Biafra and reannexation of Igbo territories into Nigeria.
The current annexation or reannexation of Crimea and escalating tension with Ukraine as the refreshed Russian bear flexes his muscles could be another.
In her discussion of the cool urban modernism of Expo 67, and particularly of the young women who worked the front-line of reception as hostesses, Hurley critiques the constructivist model of national performance by investigating the "symbolic reannexation of Quebec for Quebecois" (58).
The slogans of 1844, 'Reoccupation of Oregon and reannexation of Texas,' 'Fifty-four forty or fight,' rallied the same sort of people who shouted 'Tippecanoe and Tyler too' in 1840...."
When Russian domination ended, countries neighboring Hungary expressed concerns that Magyar minorities (2 million in Romania, 400,000 in Serbia, and nearly 600,000 in Slovakia) wanted reannexation of the lands where they live back to Hungary, from which the Treaty of Trianon separated them in 1920.
Kum Kum Sangari notes that the proliferation of elite academic discourses on the third world amounts to a "reannexation of the colonial subject" (Sunder Rajan 2).