Countries without any armed forces
Andorra - Under a separate military treaty, Andorra receives protection from Spain and France but has no standing military force
Costa Rica - In 1948, after its victory in the civil war, the country put an end to having any armed force. Every year, Costa Rica celebrates Army Abolition Day on December 1
Grenada - The country was invaded by the United States in the year 1983, and since then Grenada has not had a standing army in its service
Iceland - Iceland had an army in 1869 but after that, the country had defense agreements with the U.S. to maintain an Iceland Defense Force that existed from 1951-2006
Kiritbati - The nation has a defence assistance from Australia and New Zealand along with its own Kiribati Police Service
Vatican City - Vatican City used to have many armed forces to protect the pope and the country but Pope Paul VI abolished all the forces in 1970
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