The following articles are featured in this Spring 2014 issue of the Naval War College Review: "Creating the 1980s Maritime Strategy and Implications for Today" by John T. Hanley, Jr.; "Strategic Features of the South China Sea: A Tough Neighborhood for Hegemons" by James R. Holmes; "The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in the Age of Multilateral Cooperation: Nontraditional Security" by Takuya Shimodaira; "Cyber War, Cybered Conflict, and the Maritime Domain" by Peter Dombrowski and Chris C. Demchak; "Promising Privateers? Understanding the Constraints of Contemporary Private Security at Sea" by Christopher Spearin; and "Innovation for Its Own Sake: The Type XXI U-boat" by Marcus O. Jones.
|Publisher:||Naval War College (U.S.)|
|Series:||Naval War College Review|
|Retrieved From:||U.S. Naval War College: http://www.usnwc.edu/|
|Source:||Naval War College Review (Spring 2014), v.67 no.2|