Volume 35, Number 5 (1982) September-October
A view of our planet, taken from an American satellite 22,300 miles distant. Most prominently visible in the gaps between the clouds are South America, the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea. and Northwestern Africa.
The Future of East-West Relations: Some Policy Perspectives
Johan Jørgen Holst
James Bond Stockdale, Peter L. Stromberg, Malham M. Wakin, and Daniel Callahan
Sailor-Scholar: Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond, 1871-1946
William Rietzel and Barry D. Hunt
Zabern 1913: Consensus Politics in Imperial Germany
Steven T. Ross and David Schoenbaum
"With the Old Breed at Peleliu and Okinawa," and "The Old Corps: A Portrait of the U.S. Marine Corps Between the Wars"
T. L. Gatchel, E. B. Sledge, and Robert Hugh Williams
Eighth Voyage of the Dragon: A History of China's Quest for Seapower
J. K. Holloway and Bruce Swanson
Defense Manpower Planning, Issues for the 1980's
J. Eric Fredland, William J. Taylor, Eric T. Olsen, and Richard A. Schrader
Counterattack: The West's Battle Against the Terrorists
William R. Farrell, Christopher Dobson, and Ronald Payne
Photo courtesy of National Aeronautics and Space Administration.