I would like to think that even if the Argies tried to re-invade the Falkland Isles or Las Malvinas as they call them, they would fail.
Their ecomy is in such a rat state, their armed forces, such as they are, are not up to much. You also have to remember their psyche.
During the invasion of 1982, the Argentinian Air Force were the real heroes. Flying from the Argy mainland, more often than not on a one way ticket,
they relentlessly pressed home their arial attacks, often in the face of seemingly impossible odds.
Sea Harriers from the 'sunken' HMS Invincible provided CAP and accounted for numerous Sky Hawk A5s and Super Etendards.
The much vaunted Argentinian Navy on the other hand, once the Belgrano was sunk, stayed in port and when push turned to shove. The threat they posed,
simply did not materialise.
Of the Argy ground troops, apart from the Argy Company 601, the rest were conscripts - badly led, low in morale and hopelessly outclassed by the
humble 'Tom' of the Paras or the humble 'Bootneck' of the Marines.
Up against the SAS, SBS, the Marine Mountain and Arctic Warfare Cadre, or even Commachio, the poor Argies simply did not stand a chance.
In 1982, it was possible to mount an invasion against the Falklands. Now, with the radar picket and the Tornados flying a continuous CAP, there is
little or no chance of the Argies invading.
Should their leaders be stupid enough to try another invasion, even the Falkland Island Self Defense Force could defeat an invader, let alone the
battalion of TA which rotates through the Falklands every six months and
augments the standing force at Mount Pleasant and other places.