- At least 37 million people have been displaced by America’s “global war on terror,” according to a new report from Brown University’s Cost of War project.
- The number of displaced people could be as high as 59 million, the report states.
- Displacement has caused “incalculable harm to individuals, families, towns, cities, regions, and entire countries physically, socially, emotionally, and economically,” the report states.
- The federal government’s price tag for the war on terror is over $6.4 trillion, and it’s killed over 800,000 people in direct war violence.
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At least 37 million people, and possibly up to 59 million, have been displaced by America’s “global war on terror” since it was launched by former President George W. Bush’s administration nearly 20 years ago, according to a new report from Brown University’s Cost of War project.
The report says that it offers the first comprehensive