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April/May 1994

Wasting Billions

"Wasting Billions": Randall Forsberg on military spending, Alexei Arbatov's "Russian Security or NATO Expansion?", Susan Strong's "The Business of Peace." Also: George Packer returns to Togo in "An Intervention," Jonathan Fox finds "The Roots of Chiapas," and Alan Stone reviews The Remains of the Day. Plus fiction, poetry, Daniel Golden's essay on mega-money fiction, and much more.

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