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Militarism in Poor Countries

(see also War Profiteering & Arms Trade)

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On the Web: Articles

Report: Military Spending Tops $1 Trillion Last Year. Mattias Karen, AP (6/7/05). World-wide. US accounts for about half of total, spends far more per capita ($1,453) than any other country, according to Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

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Center for Defense Information.

International Institute for Strategic Studies.

In the Library: Articles

Kaldor, Mary. "The world economy & militarization," Alternatives 12 (may, 1987).

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Black, Jan Knippers. Sentinels of Empire: The US & Latin American Militarism (Westport CT: Greenwood, 1986).

Clapham, Christopher & George Philip (eds.) The Political Dilemmas of Military Regimes (London: Croom Helm, 1985).

Clark, Wesley R. Winning Modern Wars: Iraq, Terrorism and the American Empire (NY: PublicAffairs, 2003).

Horowitz, Irving L. Beyond Empire & Revolution: Militarization & Consolidation in the Third World (NY, 1982).

Janowitz, Morris. The Military in the Political Development of New Nations (Chicago, 1964).

Rice, Edward E. Wars of the Third Kind. Conflict in Underdeveloped Countries (Berkeley, 1990).

Tirman, John. Spoils of War: The Human Cost of America’s Arms Trade (Glencoe IL, 1998).

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