Explore Our Data by Country
Click on a country to explore its data on U.S. arms, security assistance, and foreign military training. The country page will give you a great overview, with links to drill down into greater detail using our dashboards (a series of interactive visualizations that provide a snapshot of key data points) and pivot tables (an interactive table that allows users to view data trends over years by recipient or program).
Please note: Beginning in March 2023, the Security Assistance Monitor will be found on the Center for International Policy‘s new website.
Looking for more than just hard data. Our publications give context, insights, and analysis on a wide variety of arms trade and security assistance issues.
The Security Assistance Monitor tracks and analyzes U.S. security and defense assistance programs worldwide. Our publications seek to inform policymakers, media, scholars, NGOs and the public about trends and issues related to U.S. foreign security assistance and enhance transparency and promote greater oversight of U.S. military and police aid, arms sales and training.
The Security Assistance Monitor is a non-partisan research institution that tracks and analyzes U.S. security sector assistance programs all over the world, providing an interactive database as well as original independent analysis to inform policymakers, media, scholars, NGOs and the public about trends and issues related to U.S. foreign security assistance. Our program aims to provide key stakeholders the right information to enhance transparency and promote greater oversight of U.S. military and police aid, arms sales and training.