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These are some different resources that are available. They will take you off site. There is a little overlap in topic, so be sure to check out foreign aid and legislation. Information below the logo is their own. My input is in italics.

Arms Trade Resource Center

http://www.worldpolicy.org/projects/arms/reports.html
The Arms Trade Resource Center, is a project of research and public education on preventative diplomacy and the control of international arms transfers that seeks to promote new U.S. policies appropriate to the realities of the post-Cold War world.

Dr. William Hartung was working with the ATRC, but is now working with the following link. The link will take you directly to pdf documents that outline the arms trade in many different countries.

The Arms and Security Project
http://www.newamerica.net/people/william_d_hartung

http://www.publicintegrity.org/militaryaid/default.aspx?act=faq

It is a difficult thing to track because they have so many ways to send (various budgets) but this site will help explain more about it.

http://www.state.gov/s/d/rm/c6112.htm

The U.S. State Department is still under obligation to tell the public where funds are going. It's somewhat difficult to navigate, but good to find out more about where American tax dollars are going. They do make it difficult. When clicking on the button for U.S. AID, I got this information:

We're sorry. The page you are trying to request may be temporarily unavailable or may no longer exist on the USAID web site, or may have changed locations due to our recent redesign.

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