The following articles are featured in this Summer 2017 issue of the Naval War College Review: "Maritime Trade Warfare: A Strategy for the Twenty-First Century?" by Christopher J. McMahon; "Tactics of Strategic Competition: Gray Zones, Redlines, and Conflicts before War" by Van Jackson; "Impacts of the Robotics Age o Naval Force Design, Effectiveness, and Acquisition" by Jeffrey E. Kline; "Organization and Innovation: Integrating Carrier-Launched UAVs" by Greg Smith; "Epictetus vs. Aristotle: What is the Best Way to Frame the Military Virtues?" by Mark N. Jensen; "Foundations of Moral Obligation: After Forty Years" by Thomas J. Gibbons; and "Rediscoveries: Remarks, Stockdale to Pilots, 1965" by Martin L. Cook. This issue of the Naval War College Review also includes a Commentary and 11 book reviews.
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Naval War College Review (Summer 2017), v.70 no.3