Former US Ambassador in Argentina Harry Shlaudeman and declassified US national security documents of 25 years ago reveal desperate last minute efforts the night of April 30 to avoid the Falkland Islands conflict from becoming a full fledged war.
The Chilean government wants Google to fix its Earth geographical search program that places a village named after Chilean independence hero Bernardo O'Higgins in Argentina.
Argentina's Nestor Kirchner and Brazil's Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva strengthened the strategic relationship between the two largest members of Mercosur during a presidential summit in Buenos Aires on Friday where bio-fuels and the Southern Bank figured top of the agenda.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez is hosting this weekend in Barquisimeto his closest regional allies at the summit of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA), an integration bloc he and Cuban ruler Fidel Castro founded in 2004 to counter the Washington-based free trade model better known as the Free Trade Area of the Americas.
China announced Friday the appointment of a new Foreign Affairs Minister, replacing veteran diplomat Li Zhaoxing with a younger Yang Jiechi, who is a former ambassador to the United States.
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Argentina will display a special emphasis in the world's multilateral space in defense of the Argentine claim over the Islas Malvinas sovereignty announced on Wednesday designate ambassador before United Nations, Jorge ArgÃÃ‚Â¼ello.
A federal appeals court yesterday overturned pardons for former dictators Jorge Videla and Eduardo Massera, saying they must return to prison to serve their life terms for crimes against humanity
United States Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Thomas A. Shannon spoke on a wide range of Latin American issues Wednesday during a round-table discussion with journalists at the U.S. Embassy in Santiago.
Brazil's president Lula da Silva said on Thursday he believes in the ”existence of a South American spirit but not in Chavism (from Venezuelan president Chavez). However he admitted it's important to understand Venezuela, before and after Chavez”.