Menendez removes language about defeating terrorism in Thatcher resolution

Politics | Alex Pappas
British forces' officers escort a flag-draped coffin on a gun carriage drawn by the King's Troop Royal Artillery during a rehearsal for the upcoming funeral of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in central London, early Monday, April 15, 2013. Thatcher, the combative "Iron Lady" who infuriated European allies and transformed her country by a ruthless dedication to free markets in 11 bruising years as prime minister, died Monday, April 8, 2013. The funeral will take place Wednesday, April 17, 2013. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

Foreign relations chairman also strikes wording on Falklands, nukes deployed in UK

Obama throws Brits under the bus over Falklands - TheDC

Politics | Neil Munro
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President mislabels island chain as ‘Maldives,’ says dispute ‘is not something that we typically intervene in’

Energy discussion this week shifts focus

Opinion | Jeremy Martin

The regional cooperation paradigm, long centered on oil, is undergoing a transformation, as we will witness when Latin American energy ministers meet this week in D.C.

The emperor’s new clothes: Foreign affairs

Feature:Opinion | Chet Nagle

The lapdog congress, tailor to our imperial president, gave him a garment made of health care. Unfortunately, the expensive suit may come apart at the seams and he finds himself needful of new clothing material

The problem with alliances: Britain and the Falklands

Opinion | Doug Bandow

As the Falklands Islands dispute heats up again, the U.S. finds itself being pressed to take sides

Argentina braces for massive anti-British protest - TELEGRAPH UK

World | interns

Britons have been warned to stay away from marches in Buenos Aires on Friday as thousands are expected to mass for Argentina’s biggest anti-British protests in years

Falklands 2010: Oil and sovereignty in the South Atlantic

Opinion | Jeremy Martin

Exploratory oil drilling began this week in waters off a set of islands in the South Atlantic where sheep have long outnumbered people. British oil concern Desire Petroleum’s rig arrived in the Falkland Islands to much fanfare and commenced a long-anticipated drilling campaign. Potentially important from an energy perspective, the drilling has stoked long-simmering tensions over British control of the islands and neighboring Argentina’s sovereignty claim on the archipelago.

Chavez lashes out at British Queen - The TELEGRAPH

World | interns

The outspoken Mr Chavez used his weekly television and radio show Alo Presidente to rally Latin America behind the cause of his Argentine counterpart Cristina Kirchner by making a direct appeal to Buckingham Palace