August 01, 2018

Counterterrorism Strategy in the Trump Era - Firm or Faux?

By Stephen Tankel

U.S. counterterrorism has been a mixture of unilateral policies and multilateral partnerships. Stephen Tankel of American University joins us today to discuss the trajectory of U.S. counterterrorism strategy under the Trump administration.

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