resource list: militarism research projects

This list features US and international organizations conducting research on militarism that is useful for scholars, students, and activists.

Projects

Costs of War
http://costsofwar.org/
Analysis of the human casualties, economic costs, and social and political costs of wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan.

Foreign Policy in Focus
http://www.fpif.org/
Provides analysis of U.S. foreign policy and recommends policy alternatives that focus on peace, justice, environmental protection, economic, social and political rights.

National Priorities Project
http://www.nationalpriorities.org
Analyzes federal budget priorities, with budget "trade offs" for states, counties, and cities.

PeaceWomen Project
http://www.peacewomen.org/
Monitors the U.N. system for implementing resolutions on Women, Peace, and Security (UN Security Council Resolution 1325) etc. and national implementation.

Reaching Critical Will
http://www.reachingcriticalwill.org/
Analysis, commentary, and research on topics related to disarmament.

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
http://www.sipri.org
Conducts research on international peace and security issues, including worldwide military expenditures.

War Resisters League
https://www.warresisters.org/federalpiechart
Shows how taxpayers' money is spent each year. It includes military spending in all federal government departments, giving a higher total than for the Pentagon budget alone.

Women’s Action for New Directions
http://www.wand.org/our-work/budget-priorities/
Analysis of the federal budget process and Pentagon spending.

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