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Category Archives: Argentina

March 6, 2012

Argentina and the Falklands: 30 Years On

As Argentina continues to ratchet up tensions over their claim to sovereignty over the Falkland Islands, hopes that the re-emergence of the dispute would pass with its 30 year anniversary are fading.
In this stretegic briefing on the current state of …

Posted in Argentina, Briefing, Spotlight
February 8, 2012

Telegraph: Argentina has no more claim to the Falklands than Canada does to Alaska

Here’s an interesting idea you might not have considered before: let’s force Alaska to become a part of Canada. It is, after all, separated from the rest of the United States of America by some 500 miles and connected to Canada by a …

Posted in Argentina, United Kingdom
January 19, 2012

Someone Give Cristina Kirchner a Copy of the UN Charter

As the 30th Anniversary of the 1982 conflict between Britain and Argentina approaches, the Falklands dispute is yet again making waves.
There has been little respite in the increasingly bellicose huffing and puffing emitting from Buenos Aires in recent months, levelling …

Posted in Argentina, The Scoop, United Kingdom
March 18, 2010

The Falklands Test

Executive Summary:
– Argentina has recently escalated its long-running dispute with Britain over the Falkland Islands, over oil drilling in the Falklands’ waters. Argentina has sought to prevent shipping from going to the Falklands, and to do all it can to …

Posted in Argentina, Opinion Editorial, United Kingdom