What North Korea can offer Putin as Russia explores "arrangements"
"We have never exported weapons or ammunition to Russia before and we will not plan to export them," a North Korean official said.
Gun Dealer Charged in Church Murders Spurned Invite to Join Others at Table
Robert Findlay Smith, 70, was charged Friday with murdering three people at a church in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.
Calls for US to Stop Arming Saudis Following Deadly Airstrikes in Yemen
"America is complicit in ... this horrific war that Biden and his senior officials once promised to end," one national security reporter wrote. "I hope they see these children when they sleep at night."
Human Rights Groups Decry Arms Deal Between France, UAE Over War Crimes
As France signed a deal to sell combat planes and helicopters to the UAE, human rights groups denounced the decision, saying they could be used in war crimes.
China Warns U.S. of 'Dire Consequences' Over Taiwan Arms Sales
A spokesperson for China's Ministry of National Defense said the United States was interfering with China's "internal affairs."
U.S. to Fight China and Russia Push in Latin America
"We are looking at cooperation where we can and pushing back aggressively where we must," General David Goldfein said.
U.S. Sells More Weapons in 6 Months Than All of 2017
America has signed off on $46.9 billion worth of arms sales so far this year.
North Korea: War Risk 'Increasing' Over U.S. Arms Sales
President Donald Trump and North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un's meeting could signal a diplomatic victory, if nuclear war doesn't break out first.
Trump Touts Military Cooperation With Saudi Arabia
Trump expects Saudi Arabia to spend billions on military aid.
U.S. Arms Sales Surge, Fueling Violent Middle East Wars
When it comes to guns, the U.S. is always number one.
Russia, China, U.S. Fighting Over Southeast Asia Again
Secretary of Defense James Mattis is traveling through Indonesia and Vietnam on a trip to help bolster U.S. influence in the region and woo several countries away from Russia and China.
Trump Looks to Loosen Restrictions on U.S. Arms Sales
The bid to ease export rules is part of a new "Buy American" plan aiming to drum up billions of dollars in business overseas.
How ISIS Got Weapons From the U.S.
A report shows the U.S. and Saudi Arabia likely violated international agreements by buying European weapons and giving them to Syrian rebels.
How the U.K. Allowed a Nigerian Warlord to Get Warships
Norway sold seven decommissioned warships to a militant leader in Nigeria's oil basin, and the U.K. facilitated the sale.
U.S. Considering Increased Involvement in Yemen
White House officials are particularly concerned about Iran's growing influence in Yemen and beyond.
After Somali Massacre, Should We Sell Arms to Saudi?
The attack helicopter that killed 42 Somali refugees in Yemen was likely sold to the Saudis by the U.S.
Global Arms Sales Reach Post Cold War Peak
The U.S. and Russia are behind over half of all arms sales.
Duterte Vows to Buy Russian Arms if U.S. Blocks Sale
Reports emerged earlier this week that the U.S. could block the sale of 26,000 rifles.
Global Arms Sales Soar to 10-Year High
Saudi Arabia is the world's number one arms buyer, followed by India, Australia, Egypt and South Korea.
Almost Half of EU Ignores Egypt Arms Sale Ban: Amnesty
The suspension came after deadly clashes between authorities and civilians in 2013.
Syria Campaign Could Boost Russian Arms Sales by $7B
National daily 'Kommersant' estimates the operation has more than paid for itself.
Why We May Sue U.K. Over Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia
U.K. support for Saudi Arabia's operation in Yemen is harming the prospect of peace, writes Andrew Smith.
Russia On Course For Victory In Its First International Army Games
The host country has won first place in every discipline so far.
Bombs a Oui! French Arms Sales Continue to Soar Despite Mistral Deal Collapse
French officials have been touring the globe securing deals for companies part-owned by the state.
Chinese Arms Exports More Than Double in Five Years
U.S. and Russia lead global rise in arms exports as Asian powerhouse overtakes Germany to become third-largest exporter.
Weapons Sold at Secretive UK Arms Fair Could End Up 'Anywhere'
The government-backed Security and Policing exhibition begins tomorrow.
Putin Announces Plans to Sell More Guns to Africa, Asia and Latin America
The Russian leader has boasted his country will sell "regardless" of own politics
Ceasefire in Ukraine or No Warship, France Tells Russia
If there were further complications, delivery would be delayed but the contract would not be suspended, French President Francois Hollande said