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NATO allies cut military since 9/11

America’s major NATO allies have cut military manpower and defense funds as a share of their economies since the September 11 attacks, in sharp contrast with the United States, which embarked on deficit spending to boost arms outlays to fight global terrorists. The downward trend is raising alarms inside the Pentagon, which needs the allies’ help to battle al Qaeda and other militants in Afghanistan, Iraq and other trouble spots. Full Story

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