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Naval War College Review [Autumn 2015]   [open pdf - 2MB]

The following articles are featured in this Autumn 2015 issue of the Naval War College Review: "Israeli Targeting: A Legal Appraisal" by John J. Merriam and Michael N. Schmitt; "The New U.S. Maritime Strategy: Another View from Outside" by Geoffrey Till; "Connecting the Dots: Capital Ships, the Littoral, Command of the Sea, and the World Order" by Robert C. Rubel; "China's Aircraft Carrier Program: Drivers, Developments, Implications" by Andrew Scobell, Michael McMahon, and Cortez A. Cooper III; "A General Review of the History of China's Sea-Power Theory Development" by Zhang Wei; and "Fernando Oliveira's Art of War at Sea (1555): A Pioneering Treatise on Naval Strategy" by Luis Nuno Sardinha Monteiro. This issue of the Naval War College Review also includes 15 book reviews.

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Naval War College Review (Autumn 2015), v.68 no.4
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2015
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