By Jose Angel Flores
July 08, 2012
Ever since the Falklands War, Argentina and Britain had tried to restore their diplomatic relations for decades. They resumed relations in 1990 and president Menem made a bold diplomatic effort to reconcile both countries in a visit to Britain in October, 1998.
Trade relations between the two nations resumed to normality as well. However, one by one, all Argentinian presidents, including Menem, have placed the Falklands issue as the bedrock of their international diplomacy.
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