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Some lessons to remember: On the 40th anniversary of the Malvinas (Falklands) War

Some lessons to remember: On the 40th anniversary of the Malvinas (Falklands) War

"The Malvinas are Argentine" was a slogan that traveled through valleys and mountains, rivers and seas, expressing a feeling that surpassed and surpasses Argentines as a clamor of solidarity of all of us who were born and live between Mexico and Patagonia.
“Multipolarity is the world’s path ahead”

“Multipolarity is the world’s path ahead”

On China-Celac, US sanctions against Russia, Putin-Xi statement and the Taiwan-Malvinas comparison.
“We need to create discomfort for Britain, including its economic interests in Argentina”

“We need to create discomfort for Britain, including its economic interests in Argentina”

The Argentine diplomat classifies Britain’s Malvinas policy as “colonialist”, observes a new margin of operation for European countries after BREXIT and announces “creating discomfort for British economic interests”.
“Global Britain is attempt to revive imperialist traditions – but the times have changed”

“Global Britain is attempt to revive imperialist traditions – but the times have changed”

On 'Global Britain' and long-gone imperialist powers, on multipolarity and the Malvinas (Falklands) ahead of Argentine President's trip to Russia and China.
British Imperialism in the South Atlantic: Malvinas and Antarctica

British Imperialism in the South Atlantic: Malvinas and Antarctica

On British imperialism's plans towards Latin America and the continent's response.
Argentina and the UK: The conflict and diplomacy of the Islas Malvinas

Argentina and the UK: The conflict and diplomacy of the Islas Malvinas

The Islas Malvinas (The Falkland Islands in Spanish) were a Spanish overseas territory, disputed by the United Kingdom in the late eighteenth century during its period of imperial expansion.