The Costs of Terror Wars: 20 Years, $8 Trillion, 929,000 Deaths


In September 2002, the George W. Bush administration said the war against Iraq would cost upward of $200 billion. As it turns out, that wouldn’t even cover the interest payments. This is according to a Sept. 1 study from Brown University’s Costs of War Project, launched about 10 years ago to address perceived shortfalls in how the government measures and reports the toll war has taken on the United States. According to the report, the total budgetary costs and future obligations of the post-9/11 wars are about $8 trillion in current dollars. That includes more than $2.1 trillion spent by…

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