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  • Malvinas: The Falklands oil rush and Thatcher’s War

    , by THORNETT Alan

    The 30th anniversary of Britain’s invasion of the Falklands to remove an occupation force sent by Argentinian military dictator General Galtieri, comes at a time of renewed controversy over the British presence in the region writes Alan Thornett . The islands are adjacent to Argentina but 8,000 (...)

  • Argentina: Falklands fever and anti-imperialism

    , by ALMEYRA Guillermo

    First of all, a premise. The Malvinas (called the Falkland Islands by the British) are Argentine because they were occupied by force, populated by foreign settlers and maintained under British occupation from the beginning of the 19th century, in 1833. Since then, Argentine governments have (...)