The following articles are featured in this Summer 2015 issue of the Naval War College Review: "Fighting the Naval Hegemon: Evolution in French, Soviet, and Chinese Naval Thought" by Martin N. Murphy7 and Toshi Yoshihara; "Implications of Xi Jinping's 'True Maritime Power':Its Context, Significance, and Impact on the Region" by Captain Sukjook Yoon, ROKN (Ret.); "The JMSDF's Resilient Power for Civil Society: Lessons from the Great East Japan Earthquake" by Captain Takuya Shimodaira, JMSDF; "Mentoring in the U.S. Navy: Experiences and Attitudes of Senior Navy Personnel" by W. Brad Johnson and Gene R. Andersen; "The Navy's Success Speaks for Itself"? The Gernan Navy's Independent Energy Security Strategy, 1932-1940" by Anand Toprani; "Frogmen Against A Fleet: The Italian Attack on Alexandria 18/19 December 1941" by Vincent P. O'Hara and Enrico Cernuschi; "Grand Strategy and World Order [Review Essay]" by Karl Walling. This issue of the Naval War College Review also includes 12 book reviews.
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Naval War College Review (Summer 2015), v.68 no.3