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Falklands-Malvinas - perhaps a different approach

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Published on Jan 25, 2012

http://www.euronews.net/ It is true that the disputed islands named both Falkland and Malvinas are closer to Argentina than to Britain. But geographical arguments are slippery in colonial debates.




Some say Argentines were asked to leave by the British in 1833. Others counter that they were a mere handful of Argentine convicts who had just arrived and who mutinied against their commander.




Spain and Britain had made earlier claims in any case - and the Portuguese and French.

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