U.K. Beefing Up Falkland Islands Defense

Credit: CH-47: U.S. Army
LONDON – The U.K. government is spending £280 million ($415 million) to boost the defenses of the Falkland Islands in view of new assessments of the threat posed by Argentina. The decision, announced on March 24, follows a review of the defenses on the South Atlantic islands, which according to...

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