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Comprehensive data on this year’s aid to Ukraine won’t be available for a few years, but the Eastern European country has ranked among the top 10 recipients for military aid in recent years.
The US is the only country to ever use a nuclear weapon in war.
Gas and oil prices were increasing prior to the invasion of Ukraine
An alternative to military action, sanctions are economic foreign policy tools.
The invasion of Ukraine can affect everything from troop deployments to energy markets.
The alliance binds 30 European and North American countries together in a common-defense agreement.
The US promised more than half a billion in aid to Ukraine in 2020. About 40% of it was for the military.
The 20-year conflict lasted over four administrations
Since 2001, Afghanistan was the largest recipient of US foreign aid funds.
Most terrorist attacks in the US are non-lethal and are motivated by a wide range of extremist ideologies.
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