Robert Zarate

Foreign Policy Initiative

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Policy Director at the Foreign Policy Initiative, a nonprofit conservative think-tank

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The US plans to spend more on defense next year than the next 17 countries combined.  So why is Washington so worried about an automatic 10 percent cut?

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The US plans to spend more on defense next year than the next 17 countries combined.  So why is Washington so worried about an automatic 10 percent cut?

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