LatamPolitik: Argentina, Antarctica, El Salvador Security, and President-elect Castillo

Argentina Does Its Own Thing

What’s old: The potential of Antarctica has quietly driven geopolitical developments in the South Atlantic for decades. Chile and Argentina almost fought a war over territorial disputes in Tierra Del Fuego, a strategically located territory for any country with ambitions in Antarctica, in 1978. The Falklands/Malvinas War in 1…

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