Counter-terrorism from the Obama administration to President Trump: Caught in the fait accompli war

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Following up on Donna Starr-Deelen's previous book Presidential Policies on Terrorism: From Ronald Reagan to Barack Obama (Palgrave, 2014), this book compares and contrasts the approach of the Obama administration with the Trump administration regarding national security and counter-terrorism. It provides an overview of counter-terrorism in the Obama era and then moves to the rise of ISIS and the Syrian civil war, ending with an analysis of the new Trump administration's national security policies.

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Starr-Deelen, D. G. (2017). Counter-terrorism from the Obama administration to President Trump: Caught in the fait accompli war. Counter-Terrorism from the Obama Administration to President Trump: Caught in the Fait Accompli War (pp. 1–77). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69757-4

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