Aron Lund explains how the international community’s spending on humanitarian aid pales in comparison to its military spending. He states,

“if an equivalent amount had been spent on bread and blankets for refugees instead of on cruise missiles, the U.S. Navy would have been just a few missiles shy of being the world’s tenth most generous humanitarian donor in 2017. All in an evening’s work.”

An interesting analysis. Find the full article here: Link

 

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