Since 2001, U.S. Aid to Pakistan Totals $10 Billion

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U.S. aid to Pakistan has totaled $9.6 billion since October 2001, according to State Department Deputy Spokesman Tom Casey. Casey said Monday that State Department lawyers are examining whether any existing legislation requires suspending aid as a result of the Pakistan government’s recent actions in declaring a state of emergency and suspending the country’s constitution. The State Department also will review the overall U.S. aid relationship with Pakistan in light of recent events, regardless of legal requirements, Casey said. “We obviously are going to have to assess what’s happened here, but it’s hard to see how if these measures remain […]

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