Falkland Islands tensions could be eased with death of Nestor Kirchner, analysts predict

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Argentinian tensions with Britain over the Falkland Islands could be eased following the death of Nestor Kirchner, the former president, according to political analysts.

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Valeria Damiroxa

Dallas, TX

#1 Oct 29, 2010
2010 is not like "yesteryear": Brazil advised the USA that it rejects the expansion of NATO into the South Pacific. Argentina - no matter who will be the president - agrees with this posture. An alliance for the South Atlantic has been formed between Brazil-Argentina-South Africa. Brazil has multifacetic relations with its neighbours in Africa, including military. Britain's time in that area will eventually end during this century.

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