The United States, Russia, France, Germany, and China top the ranking.
12:35, 23 March 2020
SIPRI has identified information from 2015-17 on the value of arms sales by major Chinese arms companies.
11:41, 27 January 2020
For the first time since 2002, the top five spots in the ranking are held exclusively by U.S.-based arms dealers.
13:00, 09 December 2019
The expert says he is sure the sanctions imposed by the West against Russia had a certain effect.
10:27, 04 November 2019
Along with the United States and Russia, SIPIRI listed Britain, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea as possessing nuclear weapons.
15:41, 17 June 2019
The five biggest spenders in 2018 were the United States, China, Saudi Arabia, India and France, which together accounted for 60% of global military spending.
13:12, 29 April 2019
Allegations were voiced following a report by Stockholm Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
09:00, 19 March 2019
Ukraine's major clients in 2014-2018 were China (27%), Russia (23%), and Thailand (14%).
12:15, 11 March 2019
Despite making limited reductions to their nuclear forces, both Russia and the USA have long-term programs under way to replace and modernize their nuclear warheads, missile and aircraft delivery systems, and nuclear weapon production facilities.
10:31, 18 June 2018
The move is due to a deep economic recession caused by the 2014 fall in oil prices and the impact of Western sanctions, the experts say.
14:25, 02 May 2018
<p>Ukraine's state-run military-industrial concern Ukroboronprom rose in the SIPRI Top 100 arms-producing and military services companies by seven positions in 2016 and ranks 77th, with the sales index at the level of $1.06 billion.</p>
16:40, 11 December 2017
<p>A new report by SIPRI says the pace of nuclear arms reduction has slowed, in part due to efforts to modernize delivery systems, such as missiles. The data shows states aren't prepared to "give up their nuclear arsenals," according to Deutsche Welle.</p>
13:04, 03 July 2017
<p>The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) and SIPRI have released a new global report of anti-vehicle mine incidents in 2016, where Ukraine alone accounted for 24% of global casualties, followed by Mali, Pakistan and Syria, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).</p>
16:02, 04 May 2017
<p>Russia in 2016 ranked third globally in terms of military spending, displacing Saudi Arabia from the TOP 3, according to a report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Novoye Vremya reports.</p>
13:20, 24 April 2017