Rise In Global Defense Spending Slows

Global defense spending last year would have been largely flat if not for continued increases in U.S. military outlays, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sipri) reports. The organization estimates that the $1.6 trillion spent on defense last year marked a 1.3% real-term increase...

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