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Funding Defense: Challenges of Buying Military Capability in Sub-Saharan Africa

Authored by Dr. Martin Revayi Rupiya, COL Daniel W. Henk.

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Martin Rupiya, Director of the University of Zimbabwe's Centre for Defence Studies, and Daniel Henk of the Air War College provide one of the first comprehensive studies of defense budgeting practices in Africa. They assess both the problems with these practices and fruitful avenues of reform. By doing so, they provide a solid roadmap both for African leaders and for Americans concerned with the development of greater security in the region.

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