Naval War College Review [Spring 2016]
Naval War College (U.S.)
This issue of the Naval War College Review contains the following articles: "The Effect of the Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986 on Naval Strategy, 1987-1994" by Steven Wills; "The 1974 Paracels Sea Battle: A Campaign Appraisal" by Toshi Yoshihara; "Who's at the Helm? The Past, Present, and Future Leaders of China's Navy" by Jeffrey Becker; "The Battle of Quemoy: The Amphibious Assault that Held the Postwar Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait" by Maochun Miles Yu; and "National Interest and Moral Responsibility in the Political Thought of Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan" by Thomas F. X. Varacalli. This issue also contains several book reviews and reflections on readings.
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    Naval War College (U.S.)
  • Date
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    U.S. Naval War College: www.usnwc.edu/
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  • Source
    Naval War College Review (Spring 2016), v.69 no.2
  • Subject
    Military/Defense policy and doctrine
  • Resource Group
    Journals and articles
  • Series
    Naval War College Review

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