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NATO’s 2% Target: Why the U.S. Pushed Allies to Spend More on the Military

The end of the Cold War, the rise of the post-9/11 wars and expanding NATO membership led a push for codified defense spending, at 2% of members’ GDP. Here is a short history.

NATO’s 2% Target: Why the U.S. Pushed Allies to Spend More on the Military
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