Special Report

40 Countries Spending the Most on War

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20. Poland
> Military expenditure in 2021: $13.7 billion
> 1-yr. change in military spending: -5.2%
> 10-yr. change in military spending: +58.0%
> Military spending as a share of GDP in 2021: 2.1%

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19. Netherlands
> Military expenditure in 2021: $13.8 billion
> 1-yr. change in military spending: -0.5%
> 10-yr. change in military spending: +26.0%
> Military spending as a share of GDP in 2021: 1.4%

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18. Turkey
> Military expenditure in 2021: $15.5 billion
> 1-yr. change in military spending: -4.4%
> 10-yr. change in military spending: +63.0%
> Military spending as a share of GDP in 2021: 2.1%

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17. Brazil
> Military expenditure in 2021: $19.2 billion
> 1-yr. change in military spending: -4.3%
> 10-yr. change in military spending: -5.3%
> Military spending as a share of GDP in 2021: 1.2%

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16. Spain
> Military expenditure in 2021: $19.5 billion
> 1-yr. change in military spending: +5.6%
> 10-yr. change in military spending: +5.2%
> Military spending as a share of GDP in 2021: 1.4%

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