Chilean Army armored personnel carriers. Chile and many other South American countries rely heavily on the military might of Europe.(DANIEL GARCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
Chilean Army armored personnel carriers. Chile and many other South American countries rely heavily on the military might of Europe.
(DANIEL GARCIA/AFP/Getty Images)

Europe Dominates South America’s Militaries

February 4, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
South America’s military is so closely tied to Europe that no South America nation could win a war without the EU’s support.
 

Half of all weapons imported by South American countries over the past decade came from one place. It’s not their close neighbors in North America. Nor is it Asia, despite Russia’s high-profile arms deals with Venezuela. It’s the European Union.

Europe’s military hardware is deeply embedded within South America’s armies.

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