Albany Government Law Review
After one full year in office, it is time to examine the actions taken by the Trump Administration in light of its legal and policy structures for dealing with the War on Terror and the companion problem of radical Islamic terrorism-both the domestic and international threat. In this context, two general concepts bear examination. First, is there a significant change in the Trump Administration from the policies of the Bush and Obama Administrations vis a vis prosecuting the War on Terror and dealing with domestic jihadists? Second, has the Trump strategic vision and attendant actions contributed in any significant way to achieving victory and ending the War on Terror?
Jeffrey F. Addicott, Prosecuting the War on Terror in the Trump Administration: The Trump Doctrine: Is There Really a New Sheriff in Town, 11 Alb. Gov't L. Rev. 209 (2018).