Category Archives: Argentina

Falklands Diplomatic War Heating Up

Once again, the dispute between Great Britain and Argentina over some small islands in the South Atlantic is turning into heated words. In 1982, these two nations fought the well-known war that kept the islands British. In an unusual move, … Continue reading

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Argentine Olympic Advertisement Upsets British

Everyone knows the disagreement between Argentina and Britain over the Falklands or Malvinas, as the Argentines prefer to call it. With the Summer Olympics arriving in London this year, one Argentine athlete decided to stir a little patriotism with an … Continue reading

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Prime Minister Cameron Accuses Argentina of “Colonialism”

If anyone knows colonialism, it is the British. Setting aside the controversy over the Falklands, it is highly ironic to hear British Prime Minister David Cameron accuse the Argentines of colonialism. The Falklands doesn’t have an easy answer. It is … Continue reading

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Argentine Legislator Punches Colleague

It is not one of the full-scale brawls that go on in South Korea’s parliament, but Argentine parliamentarian Graciela Camano said that she had enough of Carlos Kunkel so she took a swing at him. They had been in an … Continue reading

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Argentina’s “Fishy” Fight With Inflation

With inflation getting out of control in Argentina, the government has developed an unusual tactic. They are giving away fish. In Buenos Aires, President Cristina Fernandez has sent forth a dozen trucks laden with fish and the sign “Now There’s … Continue reading

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Bush For President Of Nigeria?

In a World Public Opinion poll, 42% of Americans said George Bush inspired a lot or some confidence in them.   The lowest marks are understandable, primarily Middle East Countries–Palestine 3 percent, Jordan 4 percent, Iran 6 percent, Turkey 7 … Continue reading

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