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Security Assistance

Posted by Gordon Adams

Not many budget wonks worry about the other side of "security spending": the money we spend on civlian capacity to engage the world.  But it matters, and it will matter more once the US is out of Iraq and Afghanistan.  A project I am connected to at the Stimson Center - Budgeting for Foreign Affairs and Defense - is one of the places that does worry about it, because our civilian and military capabilities are synergistic, or should be.  BFAD runs a website - The Will and the Wallet - that is worth looking at for both defense and foreign policy wonks.  I have linke to it a number of times over the past year.

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