Although the Falklands War of 1982 had a decisive outcome in respect to the restoration of British control, it failed to resolve the basic cause of the war: the Anglo-Argentine dispute over sovereignty. Relations between the two countries remain unstable, whilst a series of events throughout the past three decades have emphasised the sensitive and important nature of the international problem.
First published in 1988, this book stresses the dispute’s significance as both a domestic and an international problem, with important consequences for other governments and such international organisations as the United Nations, as well as the two key players. The book shows an equal concern for the obvious and immediate problem of sovereignty, and for the long term future of the South Atlantic and Antarctic region. Discussing issues that remain of major political relevance, this reissue will be of particular value to students of politics, international relations and diplomatic history with an interest in the key developments within and background to the Anglo-Argentine dispute.
List of Figures and Tables; Abbreviations and Acronyms Used in the Text; Preface; Part I: Introduction 1. The Falklands/Malvinas Problem; Part II: The Anglo-Argentine Dispute over Title to the Falklands/Malvinas 2. British Version of the Falklands Past 3. Argentine Version of the Malvinas Past; Part III: The Development of the Sovereignty Dispute, 1833-1982 4. Early Development of the Problem, 1833-1968 5. Dynamics of Deadlock, 1968-82; Part IV: The Falklands War and After 6. Search for a Way Forward 7. Two Monologues but Little Dialogue: The Dispute Since 1982; Bibliography; Index
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