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Naval War College Review

Volume 66, Number 2 (2013) Spring


Open water in the Arctic ice cap, in a U.S. Coast Guard image posted on the website of the U.S. Geological Survey. This 2009 image, which the photographer titles Reflections, was taken in August, but open water is appearing in ever-greater expanses of the region and for ever-larger proportions of the year—a fact that has drawn the attention of nations far from the pole. In this issue, Shiloh Rainwater explores the Arctic interests of one important non-Arctic nation, the People’s Republic of China.

Full Issue

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Full Issue
The U.S. Naval War College

From the Editor

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From the Editors
Carnes Lord

President's Forum

Articles

Book Reviews

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The China Threat: Memories, Myths, and Realities in the 1950s
Dale C. Rielage and Nancy Bernkopf Tucker

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The Changing Character of War
Martin Murphy, Hew Strachan, and Sibylle Scheipers

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Potomac Fever: A Memoir of Politics and Public Service
John Hattendorf and J. William Middendorf II

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Rebuilding the Royal Navy: Warship Design since 1945
Angus K. Ross, David K. Brown, and George Moore

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The Kissing Sailor: The Mystery behind the Photo That Ended World War II
John Jackson, Lawrence Verria, and George Galdorisi

Reflections on Reading

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Reflections on Reading
John E. Jackson

Additional Writings

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In My View
Elise A. Ralph, Jonathan Parshall, Norman Polmar, Robert J. Lipsitz, and Tom Nichols

Credit

U.S. Coast Guard photograph, by Patrick Kelley.