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INTRODUCTION
   

Allied Contributions to the Common Defense

This Report presents the Department of Defense’s annual assessment of the relative contributions toward the common defense and mutual security made by our NATO allies, our Pacific allies (Japan and the Republic of Korea), and the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). (More)
CHAPTER I
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Contributions to the War on Terrorism
 
Other Responsibility Sharing Contributions
 
Conclusion
CHAPTER II
REGIONAL OVERVIEW
AND CONTRIBUTIONS
OF KEY ALLIES
NATO Allies
Pacific Allies
Gulf Cooperation Council
 
United States
CHAPTER III
ASSESSMENT OF COUNTRY CONTRIBUTIONS
Defense Spending
Multinational Peace Operations
 
High Readiness Forces
 
Active-duty Military Personnel
 
Military Forces
 
NATO Defense Modernization Spending
 
Cost Sharing
 
Foreign Assistance
 
Conclusion
ANNEX

DATA NOTES,
COUNTRY SUMMARIES,
AND
ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

A. Data Notes
B. Country Summaries
C. Selected Indicators
D. Bilateral Cost Sharing
 
E. Additional Statistics
F. Congressional Target Summary Assessment