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Will there be another Falklands War between Britain and Argentina?


 

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    Matthew Kirk 5 years ago

    I don't think there is any evidence to suggest the UN supports Argentina at all. Argentina want to have discussions via the UN, the UK is refusing; that is not the same as support. Spain and a few S.American countries support Argentina, but no others

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    Josak 5 years ago

    Well most of that is incorrect, the economy in Argentina is good (8.5% growth last year) the president won the last election by a very very long way, she got 76% of the vote, and Argentina did own the FI and their claim is asserted by The Hague.


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