Greece is broke and led by a fiercely socialist prime minister. Canada can borrow for 50 years at less than 3 percent and has been led by a staunch conservative for a decade.
Which country spends more on its military? Easy answer, given that it is so obviously a trick question. Greece is one of only five of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's 28 members that is expected to spend at least 2 percent of gross domestic product on defense in 2015. That is remarkable. Considering all that Greece has been through it recent years, it also strikes some as absurd.
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