William Hague has accused Argentina of "bullying" behaviour over the Falklands and insisted the islands would remain British
Argentinians have reacted angrily to advert placed in an Argentine newspaper by The Sun, telling Buenos Aires to keep its
The Sun's advert The ad, placed in English-language newspaper the Buenos Aires Herald, said the Falklands would remain "resolutely
The future of the Falkland Islands is in the hands of the people who live there, not Argentina, the prime minister has insisted
The Guardian has been slammed as "money grabbing" and "disrespectful" on social media sites after publishing in one of its
Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has reignited the row over the future of the Falkland Islands in an open
It is certainly true that cuts to the British military would make retaking the Falklands more difficult should the islands be lost. It is also true that the discovery of significant hydrocarbon reserves in the waters around the Falklands has increased their strategic value, and that Argentine rhetoric on the Falklands has become increasingly bellicose. But does Argentina have the capability to seize the Falklands?