Could Argentina and Britain be headed to war again?

Great article over at 4GWar about Argentina and its most recent noise (really threats) to re-invade the Falkland Islands, which of course the Brits call theirs. The two countries duked it out 30 years ago over the islands, and things seem to be heating up again.

See the article here.

And drop me a comment and let me know your thoughts on this. Could war happen again? And will Britain again toe the line and throw some haymakers? (Click here for a refresher on the Falklands War.)

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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3 thoughts on “Could Argentina and Britain be headed to war again?”

    1. Oh, and there are two posts I’ve written that you might be interested in. I’d certainly love to hear your views on them, but realize you may not want to weigh in on them…

      “Afghan mission “on track,” and even George Washington rolls his eyes”
      https://stanmitchell.wordpress.com/2012/04/06/afghan-mission-on-track-and-even-george-washington-rolls-his-eyes

      “Are we sure we want to do this? Some tough questions about our national security.”
      https://stanmitchell.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/are-we-sure-we-want-to-do-this-some-tough-questions-about-our-national-security

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