The following articles are featured in this Winter 2015 issue of the Naval War College Review: "The Race to the Bottom: Submarine Proliferation and International Security" by Jan Joel Andersson; "Deconstructing Nimitz's Principle of Calculated Risk: Lessons for Today" by Robert C. Rubel; "The American 'Pivot' and the Indian Navy: It's Hedging All the Way" by Harsh V. Pant and Yogesh Joshi; "China's Blue Soft Power: Antipiracy, Engagement, and Image Enhancement" by Andrew S. Erickson and Austin M. Strange; "The Anatomy of Gulf of Guinea Piracy" by Ali Kamal-Deen; "The Key to Midway: Coral Sea and a Culture of Learning" by Carl Cavangh Hodge; and "A Strategy Has to Be Able to Work to Be Masterful" by Alan D. Zimm. This issue of the Naval War College Review also includes 6 book reviews.
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Naval War College Review (Winter 2015), v.68 no.1