Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
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We owe Americans an end to perpetual wars (Costs of War Report cited)

This article cites Costs of War statistics, "According to the Watson Institute...The post-Sept. 11 approach to foreign policy has cost nearly $3 trillion. Added to that are the $437 billion for medical and disability care for veterans who have served in these wars. Including interest costs and anti-terrorism spending, the cost of post-Sept. 11 wars now exceeds $6.4 trillion."

December 21, 2020 Washington Examiner