Falkland Islands

New Government, Same claim over Falklands in Argentina

Argentina’s new conservative government affirmed on Sunday that it will continue to press the country’s claims to the Falkland Islands, which Britain insists that it owns. Britain and Argentina fought a two-month long war over the archipelago in 1982, in

Argentina's new conservative government affirmed on Sunday that it will …

UK, Argentina Aim To ‘Strengthen Relations’ After Election

Britain’s David Cameron and Argentina’s president-elect Mauricio Macri (pictured above) agreed to “strengthen relations” between their countries after a phone call Thursday, Downing Street said. Britain and Argentina have long had tense ties due to their territorial dispute over the

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Argentina Elects Pro-Business Macri After 12 Years Of Kirchner Rule

Argentina, in a stinging repudiation of outgoing leftist President Cristina Kirchner, elected a pro-market government president to take the helm of Latin America’s third-biggest economy. Conservative president-elect Mauricio Macri, fresh from Sunday’s run-off election win, promised a “marvelous” new era


Labour Front Bench Rift Opens Over Falkland Islands

BRIGHTON, United Kingdom – Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn made waves in the South Atlantic this month because of his view that the Falkland Islands are ‘negotiable’ – yet senior figures close to him are openly expressing dissent. Buenos Aires was not shy in

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Thatcher: BBC Assisted the Enemy During Falklands War

Margaret Thatcher accused the BBC of “assisting the enemy” during the Falklands War by broadcasting the moves British troops were likely to make before they actually happened, new documents reveal. Baroness Thatcher wrote that she was “very angry” at how