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The Unintended Consequences of American Funding in Pakistan
Transcript of The Unintended Consequences of American Funding in Pakistan
Pakistan was increased to nearly $5 billion. After a Pakistani coup and the discovery of building nuclear weapons, George H.W. Bush limited funding to $45 million for mainly food and medicine. After Pakistan began nuclear weapons testing, aid was cut even further. After the attacks of September 11, Pakistan became a key ally in the war on terror. Aid was again increased to billions. In 2010, aid reached one of its highest levels, at $4.5 billion. After the discovery of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan, questions remain on whether these billions of dollars were wisely spent.