SIPRI Releases World Military Expenditure 2010 Report

There’s nothing I could say about this that wouldn’t be completely predictable:

The increase in 2010 is almost entirely down to the United States, which accounted for $19.6 billion of the $20.6 billion real-terms increase. Excluding the USA, the total in the ‘rest of the world’ barely changed in 2010, increasing by a statistically insignificant 0.1 per cent.

SIPRI

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