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Thirty years on from the 1982 conflict, the webcast utilizes expertise from across IHS to address key issues surrounding the Falkland (Malvinas) Islands in 2012, encompassing political, energy and military concerns.
Politics and Security
What is the relationship between Argentina and the UK and what internal factors are driving Argentine policy?
Given the lack of common ground on the Falklands (Malvinas) Islands issue, what does the future hold for Argentina – UK relations?
What is the status of the energy exploration process in the Falklands, who are the current license holders and what are the current resource valuations?
What are the legal, fiscal and contractual terms of the exploration process?
How do the budgets, personnel and inventories of the Argentine and UK armed forces compare?
What military capabilities are available to Argentina and the UK and how does this play into the security situation surrounding the Islands?
Date and Time:
May 31, 2012
10:00 am (New York), 3:00 pm (London)
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Alexander von Rosenbach is IHS Jane’s Armed Forces Editor and has overall responsibility for the quality and editorial integrity of Jane’s country-based defence analysis. Alexander brings together military assessments for Jane’s Sentinel Country Risk Assessments and the service review titles Jane’s World Armies, Jane’s World Navies and Jane’s World Air Forces.
He holds an MA in International History from the London School of Economics and a BA in Political Science from the University of British Colombia, Canada.
Juliana Abella is the managing editor of the Petroleum Economics and Policy Solutions (PEPS) offering, which focuses on upstream-specific legal, fiscal and environmental matters around the world.
Ms. Abella heads a team of lawyers and economists producing analysis on energy legislation around the globe, with a focus on upstream legal, contractual and fiscal risk as well as environmental matters. She is an energy lawyer with 10 years of experience in energy and international law. Before her current role, she was part of the IHS CERA consulting team, working on large regulatory projects for governments and international oil companies covering the drafting of petroleum legislation and contracts and the design of regulatory compliance systems. Prior to joining IHS, Ms. Abella worked for large law firms in the UK and in Argentina and taught Private International Law at Buenos Aires University.
Ryan Ginbey is the Report Convener for the IHS Networked Report on the Falkland (Malvinas) Islands. He is a leading member of the data restructuring project at IHS Jane’s, working across various defence reference titles including Jane’s Armour and Artillery, Jane’s Fighting Ships and Jane’s All The Worlds Aircraft to improve data quality, structure and comparability. He has also led efforts to introduce data visualisation to IHS Jane’s content. He holds a BA in International Relations and Politics from the University of Essex and an MA in History of Warfare from Kings College London.
Robert Munks is the Regional Manager for the IHS Latin America Country Analysis team and Deputy Editor of the monthly security publication Jane’s Intelligence Review. He previously worked for the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, mainly within the Latin American and Caribbean Department, and as a seconded policy advisor to the Secretary-General of the European Union. He holds BA and MA degrees from the University of Durham, England, in Modern European Languages.
Russell Jones is an Analyst on the Armed Forces Desk. He works on Jane’s tri-service reference titles and a number of Jane's Sentinel defence products, with particular responsibility for Sub-Saharan Africa, South and Central America. Russell has an MA in Intelligence and International Security at King’s College London and also holds an MA in Psychology from Stellenbosch University in South Africa.
As a member of Herold’s Equity Research team, Henrik is responsible for writing company valuation and strategy reports for both U.S. and international E&P companies. He is also a member of Herold’s South American and Russia/Caspian regional teams, which produce Regional Play Assessments for new, emerging, and/or high profile oil and gas basins. Prior to joining the equity team, Henrik was a member of Herold’s Global Exploration and Production Strategies and Horizon teams. He joined Herold in 2002 after earning a B.S. in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University.
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