Latin America on brink of war

""The conflict potential in the region has increased to a certain degree in recent years. It must be remembered that any aggravation on the continent is in one way or another connected with two things. First, this is the interference of third countries that have certain economic interests in one of the two countries. A classic example is the Chaco, or Paraguayan-Bolivian war of 1932-1935. The Americans were the ones to instigate Bolivia against Paraguay. To be precise, it was the Bolivian oil company Standart Oil that had to ensure exportation of Bolivian oil."
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