What Price War?

posted by
June 7, 2011
Independent Institute
by Anthony Gregory  
Posted in Commentary

"In the decade since 9/11, the U.S. government has pursued a national security policy that has been exceedingly costly in blood and treasure. Even before, U.S. defense spending was high by world standards, due in part to frequent interventions beyond the nation’s borders, and after 9/11 the spending and casualties have mounted precipitously. There are no indications that our national security policies will change in the near future." [summary; full report available as PDF download] (05/31/11)


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