Military Statistics (Military Expenditure, Military Branches, Service Age and Obligation, Manpower Available and Fit for Military Service)

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In the Cold War period, military spending was dominated by the US and the Soviet Union and their allies. In the last two decades, the US has been the sole military superpower, and has practiced a form of global military Keynesianism through its worldwide network of military bases. In the coming years, military spending in Russia and China are both set to rise. As a percentage of GDP, military spending is still significant in the UK and France, as well as in more militant or trouble regions such as the Korean penninsula and parts of the Middle East.

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