United States-Argentina: Two Hundred Years of Shared History

Vilma S. Martinez
Content Type
Journal Article
Council of American Ambassadors
Argentina's commemoration this year of the bicentennial of its path to independence provides a perfect opportunity to reflect on the evolution of the relationship between our two countries, and, to focus on ways that we can strengthen the bonds between our peoples and to deepen our strategic partnership. As Secretary Clinton recently noted, “Argentina and the United States have a long history of close cooperation. Our shared commitment to the values of democracy and human rights serve as a common ground in advancing the bilateral relationship between our two nations.”
Human Rights, Bilateral Relations
Political Geography
United States, Argentina