Pentagon and related budgets will account for more than half of all federal discretionary spending--almost $600 billion in 2015. That's roughly the size of the next seven largest military budgets around the world, combined--while non-defense related spending continues to shrink. How much are we getting for those billions? And more to the point, what are we losing? Jennifer Harris, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and an advisor to Hillary Clinton during her tenure in the State Dept-- has co-authored a book called "War by Other Means. Geoeconomics and Statecraft" proposing new prescriptions for how the government spends our money. Listen to our conversation on iTunes or NPR One.