Global military spending surpassed $1.9 trillion in 2019, but nearly 75% of this total can be traced to just 10 countries.
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Americans rely on several institutions for their services and safety—but how has their confidence in institutions changed since 1975?
Aside from the obvious human toll, violence also hurts productivity and wealth creation. We visualize the real economic impact of violence in these charts.
This interactive map uses 114 metrics to measure the geopolitical power and influence of 25 countries, focusing on Asian powers and the United States.
The U.S. spends more on defense than the next 7 countries combined. Part of that money goes to supporting 200,000 troops abroad in 177 countries.
The market for commercial drones is soaring at an astonishing 19% annual growth rate - see the history of drones, and how they will impact you.
Lasers, railguns, and hypersonic weapons may sound like they are from science fiction - but in fact, they are just the near future of military technology.
This map shows global defense spending by country - and it puts U.S. military spending into perspective.
In the war against ISIS, the United States is spending $9 million a day. Two-thirds of this goes to the Air Force - here's how it...