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No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare. In Context: US military budget vs. US high military spending means others do not have to? 7 trillion in annual expenditure at current prices for 2012. It fell by around half a percent compared to 2011 — the first fall since 1998.
Chart uses 2011 constant prices for comparison. The USA with its massive spending budget, has long been the principal determinant of the current world trend, often accounting for close to half of all the world’s military expenditure. SIPRI has commented in the past on the increasing concentration of military expenditure, i. This trend carries on into 2012 spending.
But as recent figures have shown, there is a shift in expenditure — from austerity-hit Western Europe and reduced spending by the US, to increased spending in Eastern Europe and Asia. Before the crisis hit, many nations were enjoying either high economic growth or far easier access to credit without any knowledge of what was to come. The last point refers to rapidly developing nations like China and India that have seen their economies boom in recent years. China, for the first time, ranked number 2 in spending in 2008. But even in the aftermath of the financial crisis amidst cries for government cut backs, military spending appeared to have been spared. The USA led the rise , but it was not alone. The increase was particularly pronounced among larger economies, both developing and developed: 16 of the 19 states in the G20 saw real-terms increases in military spending in 2009.
Sam Perlo-Freeman, Olawale Ismail and Carina Solmirano, Military Expenditure , Chapter 5, SPIRI Yearbook, June 2010, p. By contrast, when it comes to smaller countries — with no such power ambitions and, more importantly, lacking the resources and credit-worthiness to sustain such large budget deficits — many have cut back their military spending in 2009, especially in Central and Eastern Europe. Natural resources have also driven military spending and arms imports in the developing world. The increase in oil prices means more for oil exporting nations. In their earlier 2006 report SIPRI noted that, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Russia and Saudi Arabia have been able to increase spending because of increased oil and gas revenues, while Chile and Peru’s increases are resource-driven, because their military spending is linked by law to profits from the exploitation of key natural resources. Also, China and India, the world’s two emerging economic powers, are demonstrating a sustained increase in their military expenditure and contribute to the growth in world military spending.
In absolute terms their current spending is only a fraction of the USA’s. Their increases are largely commensurate with their economic growth. The military expenditure database from SIPRI also shows that while percentage increases over the previous decade may be large for some nations, their overall spending amounts may be varied. See also this summary of recent trends, also from SIPRI.
4 for each of the world’s inhabitants. This is a very small sum compared to most government budgets and it is less than three percent of the world’s military spending. The UN was created after World War II with leading efforts by the United States and key allies. The UN was set up to be committed to preserving peace through international cooperation and collective security. Yet, the UN’s entire budget is just a tiny fraction of the world’s military expenditure, approximately 1. While the UN is not perfect and has many internal issues that need addressing, it is revealing that the world can spend so much on their military but contribute so little to the goals of global security, international cooperation and peace. As well as the above links, for more about the United Nations, see the following: This web site’s section on the United Nations and Development looks at its role in fighting poverty and other issues, plus some of the problems it faces.
4 trillion in promised official aid since 1970, 40 years ago. Unfortunately, however, as the BBC notes, poverty fuels violence and defense spending has a tendency to rise during times of economic hardship. The global financial crisis is potentially ushering in enormous economic hardship around the world. Boeing and EADS, or Finmeccanica and Northrop Grumman, are enjoying a reliable and growing revenue stream from countries eager to increase their military might.
Both geopolitical hostilities and domestic violence tend to flare up during downturns. Shareholders and employees in the aerospace and defense industry are clearly the ones who benefit most from growing defense spending. Defense companies, whose main task is to aid governments’ efforts to defend or acquire territory, routinely highlight their capacity to contribute to economic growth and to provide employment. Global Peace Index, referring to industries that create or manage violence — or the defense industry.
Military might delivers geopolitical supremacy, but peace delivers economic prosperity and stability. And that, the report insists, is what is good for business. Global Peace Index 2013 attempts to rank nations on various indicators of peace. Most countries are not considered peaceful, unfortunately. The top ranking nations on the global peace index were, Iceland, Denmark, New Zealand, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Finland, Canada, Sweden and Belgium.
It is worth looking at the report for the full list of indicators used, which cover a mixture of internal and external factors, weighted in various ways. 400 billion, coming second only to military expenditure. Source: The state of human development, United Nations Human Development Report 1998, Chapter 1, p. These statistics are quickly getting old. If someone has had the time to research updated statistics, please let me know! Its spending levels, as noted earlier, is the principle determinant of world military spending and is therefore worth looking at further.