RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Infobae) The Government of Alberto Fernández is currently evaluating whether to strike a blow with uncertain consequences, writes Argentine newspaper Infobae. The aim is to rescind all bilateral agreements signed in the last 30 years involving diplomatic relations between Argentina and the United Kingdom, a link broken after the Falklands/Malvinas war in 1982 but re-established eight years later.
The Fernández/Kirchner administration - upon the advice of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - could be trying to gain some sympathy at home, especially among the elusive electorate that includes the military, a related nucleus . . .