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Facts on International Relations and Security Trends

Facts on International Relations and Security Trends

Latest China, world news and business stories, comments from the Global Times s databases — www Facts on international relations and security trends Provides a federated system of databases on topics related to international relations and security, accessible through a single integrated user interface. SIPRI multilateral peace operations database Offers information on all UN and non-UN peace operations conducted since 2000, including location, dates of deployment and operation, mandate, participatingcountries, number of personnel, costs and fatalities. SIPRI military expenditure database Gives consistent time series on the military spending of 172 countries since 1988, allowing comparison of countries’ military spending : in local currency, at current prices; in US dollars, at constant prices and exchange rates ; and as a share of GDP. SIPRI arms transfers database Shows all international transfers in seven categories of major conventional arms since 1950, the most comprehensive publicly available source of information on international arms transfers. SIPRI arms embargoes database

Country Rankings 2015 - Country comparisons, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Flags, Maps, Political System NON-CIA RANKS NOTE: The rankings in this catecory, "NON-CIA RANKS", are not derived from the current world fact book. Consequently some are not based on current data. In certain cases current data is not available. For example, the World Health Organization's ranking of the world's health systems was last produced in 2000, and the WHO no longer produces such a ranking table, because of the complexity of the task. Most country rankings in the main categories, Population, Geography, Economy, Transportation| Communications, Military, Government are derived from the current CIA world factbook. FUTURE PROJECTIONS and TIME SERIES (see also main POPULATION and ECONOMY categories below):

Muftah Global U.S. Troop Deployment, 1950-2005 Twice as many U.S. troops were deployed in the Middle East as in other regions in 2005. During the second half of the 20th century, the number of U.S. troops in Europe and Asia dwarfed the number stationed in the other three regions: Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas (excluding the United States). Fifty-two percent of deployed troops were in Europe, and 41 percent were in Asia. UNdata Newspapers & Magazines Government is defined as rules and principles governing a community and enforced by a political authority; matters having to do with the control and administration of public policy in a political unit; the study of the processes, principles, and structure of government and of political institutions Browse Law, Government & Political Science Government | History of Law, Government and Political Science | Law | Law Enforcement | Law, Government and Political Science Blogs | Political Science

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