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Hillary Clinton did Britain a favour in Argentina

By Will Robinson  

Falkland Isles (British)... and they will remain so

In a perfect world, the trouble over Falklands oil would be resolved in an amicable, bipartisan fashion. Hillary Clinton appeared to hold that view during her recent visit to Buenos Aires, when she endorsed American-led talks on the issue. But for many in Britain her words were far too pro-Argentine; not least because she referred to the islands as las Malvinas. The motivation behind her words, however, was little more than pragmatism, and those who value…

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