Germany is backing away from the global arms export trade, China is closer to becoming a net exporter, and the U.S. and Russia are almost neck and neck in providing the most weaponry abroad. Those are some takeaways from the latest long-term data comparison by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. According to Sipri, which just released comparisons of two recent five-year periods, Germany’s arms exports decreased by 43% between 2005-2009 and 2010-2014. The falloff ...

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