The extent to which the Bush doctrine emerged as an accepted interpretation of the Charter jus ad bellum regime has continued to be challenged since Bush’s departure from office. However, there is no question that it has impacted the debate over the rules governing the use-of-force in the context of Obama and will continue to do so in the years to come. If one considers the actions of the Obama administration, it would appear that while such interpretation has been adjusted, it certainly has not been rejected. In fact, Obama’s use-of-force and associated counterterrorism policies display great dualism and can therefore best be characterized as a change in style rather than in substance.
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