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