Increases In Russian Military Spending
A military that just gets money thrown at them gets fat and lazy reducing budgets is not a bad thing it means the military will look harder at what it is
“At the global level, the weight of military spending is clearly shifting away from the Euro-Atlantic region,” said Nan Tian, a researcher with SIPRI, referring to major spending increases in Asia.
Russia may see a hike in health care, education and infrastructure spending by around $162 billion in the next six years, with cuts in its military spending, according to a report on Vladimir Putin’s plan for his term in office.
This publication is from the Task Force on U.S. Policy Toward Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia project.. Twenty-five years after the end of the Cold War, the military balance between NATO and Russia, after years of inattention, has again become the focus of intense concern and even alarm in some Western quarters.
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This is not empty talk. The rhetoric has been matched by a concurrent allocation of resources; Russia is now engaged in its largest military buildup since the collapse of the Soviet Union more than two decades ago, with major increases in defense spending budgeted each year to 2020.
Russian military spending last year dropped for the first time since 1998 as Moscow tightens its budget, according to a report Wednesday from an international think tank.
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