Asian Top Countries Ranked by Military Power (2016)

Asian Top Countries

Asian Top Countries Ranked by Military Power (2016)


This is a list of countries by Military Strength Index based on the GFP database Asia Pacific report. The factors under consideration for military strength and their total weights are a number of active personnel in the army, tanks, attack helicopters, aircraft, aircraft carriers, and submarines. The Military Strength Indicator introduced by GFP database includes only the strongest militaries and does not account for the actual training that the militaries may have.

The Asia Pacific region is embroiled in a full-fledged arms race with new programs being funded and alliances being forged. The GFP ranking makes use of over 40 factors to determine each nation’s Power Index score.

There are is the total of 33 countries of the Asia Pacific region represented by the GFP database.


Asia

  1.  0.0964 – Russia
  2.  0.0988 – China
  3.  0.1661 – India
  4.  0.2466 – Japan
  5.  0.2623 – Turkey
  6.  0.2824 – South Korea
  7.  0.3246 – Pakistan
  8.  0.3354 – Indonesia
  9.  0.3684 – Vietnam
  10.  0.3958 – Taiwan

Military Countries Power (2016) All rating by GFP Power Index rating


Military Power (2016) By GFP rank other countries list; 11. 0.4068 – Thailand, 12. 0.4209 – Australia, 13. 0.4442 – North Korea, 14. 0.6584 – Myanmar, 15. 0.6679 – Malaysia, 16. 0.8384 – Uzbekistan, 17. 0.8661 – Philippines, 18. 0.8683 – Bangladesh, 19. 0.8722 – Kazakhstan, 20. 0.9349 – Azerbaijan, 21. 1.0241 – Singapore, 22. 1.0611 – Afghanistan, 23. 1.5148 – Georgia, 24. 1.6268 – Sri Lanka, 25. 1.6722 – Turkmenistan, 26. 1.7981 – Mongolia, 27. 1.8224 – Cambodia, 28. 1.9113 – Armenia, 29. 1.9741 – Nepal, 30. 2.0791 – New Zealand, 31. 2.3158 – Kyrgyzstan, 32. 2.4322 – Tajikistan, and 33 2.8947 – Laos.

Note: Global Firepower (GFP) continues to provide its unique analytical display of data concerning modern military powers. Over 125 powers are considered in the ranking which allows for a broad spectrum of comparisons to be achieved concerning relative military strengths.

 

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