U.S. Arms Sales Make Up Most of Global Market
By THOM SHANKER
Published: August 26, 2012
WASHINGTON — Weapons sales by the United States tripled in 2011 to a record high, driven by major arms sales to Persian Gulf allies concerned about Iran’s regional ambitions, according to a new study for Congress.
Overseas weapons sales by the United States totaled $66.3 billion last year, or more than three-quarters of the global arms market, valued at $85.3 billion in 2011. Russia was a distant second, with $4.8 billion in deals.
God is renowned in Judah; in Israel his name is great. His tent is in Salem (peace) his dwelling place in Zion (with His people).
There he broke the flashing arrows, the shields and the swords, the weapons of war.
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