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United States Defence and Security Report Q4 2013

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United States Defence and Security Report Q4 2013
Oct 23rd 2013, 00:00

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The United States is planning to withdraw from its decade-long military presence in Afghanistan from 2014. As the US reduces its footprint in the country, it will hand over an increasing share of the security burden to the Afghan National Army and police force. The eventual withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan is expected to yield significant savings to the Department of Defense budget. During the next decade, the Pentagon is expected to make budget savings of up to US$487bn, which will be achieved, in part, by the cessation of military operations in Afghanistan. That said, the defence budget is also threatened with significant contraction via a process known as sequestration which has already cut this year's budget by US$46bn, and is set to trigger a further US$500bn of reductions over ...

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