Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Fighting Terrorism With a Credit Card

September 12, 2016 The Atlantic

The Costs of War Project was cited in The Atlantic, "Since the 9/11 attacks, America has poured $3.2 trillion into its wars, according to a new study from Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. The estimate includes what the U.S. government has spent or pledged to spend through 2016 on homeland security, medical and disability care for wounded veterans, and the military and diplomatic campaigns against terrorism in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, and Syria."

Fighting Terrorism With a Credit Card (Costs of War Project cited) – The Atlantic