President Obama has indicated the US might not support Great Britain in what may be a looming second military engagement with Argentina over the ownership of the Falkland Islands, called the Malvinas by Argentina.
This would be a repudiation of the background support, first surreptitious then open, President Reagan extended to the Thatcher government. This stance is particularly harmful to Britain because its compromised capacity to wage war down there is most likely the result of US undertakings to provide equipment, etc.
Britain has almost always been at our side and frequently pulled our nuts out of the fire.
We should now treat them thus? See:
Obama throws U.K.
I have already emailed the White House.