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The Military-Industrial Complex and US Military Spending After 9/11

By Ronald W. Cox

Abstract

This article examines the economic, political and institutional power of the military-industrial complex (MIC) by examining its influence on military spending before and after the events of 9/11. The reasons for the continuity of MIC influence in US foreign policy is explored. This includes the role of military contractors in financing policy planning organizations, the relationship between military contractors and the Defense Department, and the centralization of executive branch authority in foreign policy decision-making, especially during critical junctures or foreign policy crises

Topics: Military Industrial Complex, US Military Spending, Military Contractors, Political Science, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Publisher: FIU Digital Commons
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.fiu.edu:classracecorporatepower-1027

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