“Any chance we could station the aircraft carrier in the South Atlantic for three months?”

Regarding the much-celebrated recent Anglo-French defense agreement, the Courrier international re-publishes a little English-French guide to atomic cooperation prepared by The Guardian.

The Charles de Gaulle now forms part of the British defense plan for las Malvinas. So long as it doesn’t break down along the way..

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2 Responses to “Any chance we could station the aircraft carrier in the South Atlantic for three months?”

  1. Would France seriously agree to allow the Brits use of the Charles de Gaulle if Argentina were to make another play for the Malvinas?

    • No.

      The last time since WORLD WAR TWO that we had a major air-naval war was indeed the Falklands which might detract from the usefulness of these multi-billion dollar toys. I believe this may be because if both are advanced enough to have modern air forces and navies *and* are both really that belligerent, then they’re going to have nuclear weapons..

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