Turkey's invasion of N. Cypress, Morroco's conquest of W. Sahara, India's takeover of Goa and Kashmir, China's conquest of Tibet (previously an independent country) until and Aksai Chin, the ROC's takeover of Taiwan (previously under Japanese sovereignty since 1895). In fact, outside of Kuwait (where Saddam was threatening the oil resources the West needs to survive) you can hardly think of a case where right of conquest has not prevailed.
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