where our tax dollars go: how we export war and war machinery

U.S. Military Aid Before and After 9/11

Country Three Years Before 9/11 (’99-’01) Three Years After 9/11 (’02-’04) Change in Dollars Six-Year Total (’99-’04)
Israel $9,823,862,000 $9,094,874,000 ($728,988,000) $18,918,736,000
Pakistan $9,075,000 $4,682,808,397 $4,673,733,397 $4,691,883,397
Colombia $1,549,497,000 $2,048,565,665 $499,068,665 $3,598,062,665
Turkey $5,357,000 $1,324,923,070 $1,319,566,070 $1,330,280,070
Peru $263,543,000 $445,825,971 $182,282,971 $709,368,971
Ecuador $110,103,000 $251,367,795 $141,264,795 $361,470,795
Iraq $37,945,000 $283,986,478 $246,041,478 $321,931,478
Indonesia $78,126,000 $184,930,913 $106,804,913 $263,056,913
Mexico $89,957,000 $162,080,493 $72,123,493 $252,037,493
Timor-Leste $84,791,000 $89,339,000 $4,548,000 $174,130,000
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