The following articles are featured in this Summer 2019 issue of the Naval War College Review: "NATO's Selective Sea Blindness: Assessing the Alliance's New Navies" by Thomas-Durell Young; "Preparing Today for the Mines of Tomorrow" by Joshua Edwards; "Back to Basics: Research Design for the Operational Level of War" by Margaret M. Polski; "Storm Clouds on the Horizon: Challenges and Recommendations for Military Recruiting and Retention" by Christopher J. McMahon and Colin J. Bernard; "Origins of a 'Ragged Edge': U.S. Ambiguity on the Senkakus' Sovereignty" by Robert C. Watts IV; and "'They Were Playing Chicken': The U.S. Asiatic Fleet's Gray-Zone Deterrence Campaign against Japan, 1937-40" by Hunter Stires. This issue of the Naval War College Review also includes 9 book reviews and other essays.
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Naval War College Review (Summer 2019), Vol. 72, No. 3, Article 1