Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Rethinking America's approach to the world (Costs of War project cited)

The Costs of War project is cited in the New York Times, "The military accounts for more than half of discretionary federal spending. Since the attacks of Sept. 11, the counterterrorism wars have cost an estimated $5.9 trillion, according to the Costs of War project at Brown University, thus adding to the ballooning national debt with which future generations will have to reckon."

August 20, 2019 New York Times