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Countering Overseas Threats: DOD and State Department Need to Address Gaps in Monitoring of Security Equipment Transferred to Lebanon
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr.
Since 2009, the U.S. has allocated $671 million in security-related assistance for Lebanon to train, modernize, and equip the Lebanese Armed Forces and Internal Security Forces. The U.S. government established end-use monitoring programs to ensure that defense equipment is safeguarded. The Foreign Assistance Act prohibits certain assistance to any unit of foreign security forces if the Secretary of State has credible information that such a unit has committed a gross violation of human rights. This report examined U.S. security-related assistance for Lebanon. It assesses the extent to which the U.S. government (1) disbursed or committed funds allocated for Lebanese security forces in FY 2009 through 2013; (2) implemented end-use monitoring for equipment transferred to Lebanese security forces; and (3) vetted Lebanese recipients of U.S. security-related training for human rights violations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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