Tony Blair has said going to war over the Falklands took political courage and was the right thing to do.
Interviewed for the Downing Street website the prime minister said there had been a principle at stake.
China's largest domestic automaker announced Friday the opening of an assembly plant in Uruguay with an Argentine partner, marking the first investment by a Chinese company in an auto factory in South America.
Uruguayan and Argentine delegates will meet next April 18/20 in Madrid to address the ongoing pulp mill controversy, following on the dialogue facilitating efforts sponsored by the King of Spain at the end of last year.
Brazilian president Lula da Silva and his newly formed ruling coalition completed the reshuffling of the ministerial cabinet and announced politics with a big P, thinking in the country of the next twenty years.
Argentina reacted strongly to United States criticisms for having allowed Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez to hold a political rally in Buenos Aires while George Bush was on a tour of the region early March.
A panel of experts from the University of Chile has suggested that the impact of climate change may not be so severe in Chile as in other parts of the world. They reason that the strong influence of the Pacific Ocean on the country may well help mitigate the effects of global warming.
A bitter diplomatic row has broken out on a tiny south Atlantic island and British dependency that played a key role in the Falkland Islands conflict 25 years ago, reported this week the Daily Telegraph.
An important delegation of Uruguayan businessmen will be traveling with President Tabare Vazquez to Chile next April 9/10 to promote bilateral trade and business between both countries, according to Montevideo sources.