United States

For further information regarding the calculation of the country, please check the links below the chart. Detailed information about each category are provided on the pages following the links.

1. Arms Embargoes and other International Obligations Not critical
2. Adherence to Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Critical
3. Internal Conflict Not critical
4. Preservation of Regional Peace, Security and Stability Critical
5. Presence of Allied Armed Forces in Fragile Environments Not critical
6. Membership in International Conventions Critical
7. Arms Export Controls and Transparency Possibly critical
8. Danger of Disproportionate Military Capacities Impairing Development Not critical
Value of approved arms export licenses from Germany (Genehmigte Rüstungsexporte) to United States in €
Year Arms export licenses in €
1999 329,732,134
2000 457,855,731
2001 566,827,770
2002 685,310,576
2003 492,075,202
2004 486,645,992
2005 630,743,172
2006 571,587,115
2007 534,036,243
2008 507,080,942
2009 668,441,436
2010 602,094,020
2011 631,958,128
2012 596,000,404
2013 610,685,905
2014 415,431,945
2015 420,041,006
2016 1,156,475,661
2017 345,194,081
2018 524,719,565
German exports of weapons of war to United States in €
Year Exports of military weapons in €
1999 0
2000 0
2001 33,745,264
2002 0
2003 10,614,000
2004 11,651,000
2005 32,956,000
2006 19,655,000
2007 14,254,000
2008 22,974,000
2009 21,704,000
2010 34,676,000
2011 28,691,000
2012 47,434,000
2013 0
2014 33,943,000
2015 20,242,000
2016 14,439,000
2017 18,124,000

1999-2002: Data only available for commercial exports to the 10 largest recipient states.

2003-2010: All exports of military weapons, including commercial and non-commercial exports.