David Vine

American University

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The US maintains some 800 military bases on foreign soil. Are they worth what they cost?

Should the US Rethink the Huge Cost of Its Military Bases?

The US maintains some 800 military bases on foreign soil. Are they worth what they cost?

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The US maintains some 800 military bases on foreign soil. Are they worth what they cost?

Should the US Rethink the Huge Cost of Its Military Bases?

The US maintains some 800 military bases on foreign soil. Are they worth what they cost?

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