An accompaniment to the report Beyond Bullets and Bombs: Fixing the U.S. Approach to Development in Pakistan, this data set describes budgeted levels of U.S. military and economic assistance to Pakistan for the period from 1948 to 2010.
Most of the data is drawn from the U.S. Overseas Grants and Loans database (the U.S. Greenbook). That is complemented by Congressional Research Service estimates of military reimbursements for the period since 2002 and by information on the fiscal year 2010 budget compiled by CRS. All figures are adjusted for inflation and are presented in constant 2009 dollars.
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