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The Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) reports that the Chinese volume of weapons exports between 2008 and 2012 rose to 162% compared to the previous five-year period. The SIPRI data shows that China has established itself as the third largest arms exporter and replaces Great ...
(It did). According to the Stockholm international peace Research Institute's (SIPRI) latest data for 2012-2016, the US accounted for about a third of the entire global market in major conventional weapons. SIPRI reports that Pakistan has received significant quantities of weapons from both the US and China ...

According to figures released by Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and International Campaign to Abolish nuclear weapons (ICAN), there are nearly 15,000 nuclear weapons in the world. Out of them nearly 14,000 are possessed by Russia and the U.S.. Russia has 7,000 nuclear ...
The above data comes courtesy of the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI), which tracks arms deals and companies extensively. ... As a final caveat, it's worth mentioning that SIPRI notes that some Chinese companies would likely make its Top 100 list as well - but for now, the list ...
Sales of arms and military services by the world's largest arms-producing and military services companies--the SIPRI Top 100--totalled $374.8 billion in 2016, according to new international arms industry data released today by the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Print. Send by ...
According to a study by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, sales of weapons and military services by the world's largest 100 corporate military purveyors in 2016--the latest year for which figures are available--rose to $375 billion. (Photo: Forsvarsdepartementet/flickr/cc). During the ...

Global arms sales are up, according to the latest report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. The report shows that US group Lockheed Martin is now the world's top arms producer. And Brexit did not seem to have an effect on the arms sales of British companies, with BAE ranking ...
... the 1980 yearbook of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) is revealed in the embassy files for 1987. It indicated that senior staff in the department had "raised with Sipri the statements in their yearbook indicating Ireland as the 15th most important arms exporter to the Third World".
Spending has declined since the wars were at their peak in 2010, but U.S. military spending in 2015 remains at 190 percent of what it was before 9/11, according to data from the Stockholm international peace Research Institute, or SIPRI, a leading tracker of weapons and defense spending. At a combined ...
The latest data released by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) reveals the total arms sale at $374.8 billion in 2016. The report states that there has been 4.0 per cent growth in arms sale by US companies. The military operations in other countries can be one of the reasons for the ...
This week, Sweden's Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) released the 2016 edition of [3] SIPRI Top 100, its annual report on the exports of the one hundred largest defense companies in the world. Among its findings was that South Korean firms in the Top 100 increased their arms ...
Once again, the U.S. leads the world in weapons sales, notes SIPRI, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. The 100 biggest arms producers accounted for $375 billion in weapons sales in 2016, with U.S. firms having by far the largest share at $217 billion. That's right: the U.S. accounts for ...
This was mainly due to high local demand as a result of the ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine, its absorption of the aircraft producer Antonov in 2016, and arms exports," according to SIPRI Fact Sheet, December 2017. It is reported that arms sales of the world's 100 largest arms-producing and military ...
Russia's global arms sales have grown by 3.8 percent in 2016, according to research by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Speaking to Radio Sputnik, Russian military analyst Andrei Koshkin opined that the defeat of Daesh by the Russo-Syrian coalition contributed to the ...
Annual foreign sales of arms and military services by U.S.-based companies jumped 4% to $217.2 billion in 2016, according to a well-known Swedish think tank that tracks international weapon sales, as worldwide arms sales rose for the first time in seven .
These new figures are from the latest report on the international arms industry by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). ... types of weapon -- munitions, missiles or ground vehicles, for example," says Aude Fleurant, Director of the Arms and Military Expenditure Program at SIPRI.
To build their study, the authors use military spending information from the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) dataset. The data includes government spending on current military forces and activities including salaries, benefits, operational expenses, arms and equipment purchases, ...

The above data comes courtesy of the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI), which tracks arms deals and companies extensively. ... Further, on SIPRI's wider top 100 list, a good proxy for total arms sales globally, U.S. defense companies accounted for a whopping 58% of total global ...
Florian Krampe, PhD, is a researcher at the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) in the climate change and Risk Project.
Vitaly Fedchenko, an expert on nuclear energy, nuclear materials, and fuel at the Stockholm international peace Research Institute: So, these ...
SIPRI cited a number of reasons for this increase, but said: "The growing tension between Russia and most of the rest of Europe is often ...
According to the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Iran's defense budget reached more than 12 billion dollars (10.3 ...
... the Stockholm international peace Research Institute's (SIPRI) annual ... In an interview with DW, SIPRI director Dan Smith stressed the link ...
According to the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI), global military spending amounted to $1.69 trillion in 2016. It might ...
SIPRI co-hosted the third annual Life in Kyrgyzstan (LiK) Conference in Bishkek on 12-13 October 2017. During the two-days, the conference ...
... according to the Stockholm international peace Research Institute. ... SIPRI said South Korean companies increased their defense sales by ...
India, according to the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI), remained the world's biggest arms importer over the past five ...
This conversation with Richard Ghiasy - researcher in the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) China and Global Security ...
Algeria spent $1.686 billion on defense that is a 0.4% increase compared to last year, Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) ...
However, analysis by SIPRI indicates that many non-participating member states, including countries in sub-Saharan Africa, now release much ...
... 2016 outlay of $14.8 billion, according to Stockholm international peace Research Institute's (SIPRI) Fact Sheet, which was released in April.
He was previously Director of the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI), an independent think tank recognized as one of the ...
... of American-made arms from 2011 to 2015, according to research compiled by the Stockholm international peace Research Institute.
Russia accounts for around 80 percent of Algerian arms imports, and the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) estimates ...
The Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) estimates there are more than 16,300 nuclear weapons around the world - of ...
... a quarter of global arms exports, second to America's 33 percent, according to the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
The Stockholm international peace Research Institute, which closely ... and the increasing vulnerability of" the Iran nuclear deal, SIPRI added.
... defense spending is based on baseline information from SIPRI (Stockholm international peace Research Institute); information on the SIPRI ...
Dr Lina Grip (Sweden) is a Researcher in the European Security Programme at the Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
This text summarizes the findings of SIPRI's Yearbook 2017. As in the past, the Yearbook provides original data on world military expenditures, ...
The Stockholm international peace Research Institute says ... SIPRI listed North Korea as not having any deployed warheads but with 10 to 20 ...
The Stockholm international peace Research Institute says ... SIPRI listed North Korea as not having any deployed warheads but with 10 to 20 ...
... estimates from the Stockholm international peace Research Institute. ... According to SIPRI, the U.S. already accounts for more than a third of ...
New Delhi's military expenditure grew by 8.5% last year to $55.9 billion, according to the Stockholm international peace Research Institute's ...
... said Vitaly G. Fedchenko, senior researcher at the Stockholm international peace Research Institute. "The release would have to come from ...
A Stockholm international peace Research Institute (SIPRI) database lists 381 LAWS, of which 195 are unarmed, 175 are weaponized and the ...
As apart of this initiative, this SIPRI Background Paper explores the 'non-traditional' security challenges that terrorism and violent extremism ...
According to Stockholm international peace Research Institute, SIPRI, U.S. military spending will be three times that of China and 10 times ...


 

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