Analysis of the FY 2010 International Affairs Budget Request
July 01, 2009
The Obama Administration has requested $53.9 billion for International Affairs in its FY 2010 budget request. This request is a 26 percent increase over the last administration’s FY 2008 budget request and a 27 percent increase above the amount appropriated for International Affairs for FY 2009, before taking supplemental appropriations into account.
This expert analysis was written by Joseph C. Whitehill.
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