Volume 70, Number 2 (2017) Spring
Thirty-inch terrestrial library globe made by William and Alexander Keith Johnson of Edinburgh, Scotland, ca. 1900. From the Naval War College Museum collection. In “Exporting Security: China, the United States, and the Innovator’s Dilemma,” Robert C. Rubel suggests that a different way of looking at the world, among other approaches, would help clarify U.S. and global understanding of China’s developing international relationships and their implications.
From the Editor
Review Essay - Strategic Culture And Ways Of War, Elusive Fiction Or Essential Concept?
Antulio J. Echevarria II and Frank Hoffman
American Sea Power and the Obsolescence of Capital Ship Theory
Robert B. Watts and Angus Ross
Underestimated: Our Not So Peaceful Nuclear Future
Henry D. Sokolski and David Cooper
Justice and the Just War Tradition: Human Worth, Moral Formation, and Armed Conflict
Christopher Eberle and Ali Ghaffari
Rockets and People: Vol. 3, Hot Days of the Cold War
Boris Chertok and Andrew Erickson
America’s War for the Greater Middle East: A Military History
Andrew J. Bacevich and Roger Ducey
Lessons Encountered: Learning from the Long War
Richard D. Hooker Jr., Joseph J. Collins, and Derek S. Reveron
Regional Missile Defense from a Global Perspective
Catherine McArdle Kelleher, Peter Dombrowski, and Lloyd A. Malone Jr.
The Russian Army in the Great War: The Eastern Front, 1914–1917
David R. Stone and Dale C. Rielage
Reflections on Reading