US Military Aid and Recipient State Cooperation

  title={US Military Aid and Recipient State Cooperation},
  author={Patricia Sullivan and Brock F. Tessman and Xiaojun Li},
What can states expect to receive in return for the military aid they provide to other states? Can military aid buy recipient state compliance with donor objectives? In this study, we systematically investigate the effects of US military assistance on recipient state behavior toward the United States. We build on existing literature by creating three explicit theoretical models, employing a new measure of cooperation generated from events data, and controlling for preference similarity, so that… CONTINUE READING

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