Volume 36, Number 4 (1983) July-August
First launch of a Tomahawk from the battleship New Jersey. Fired from just off the California Coast, the missile flew to the impact area in Nevada, 500 miles inland. It will be interesting to find the best ways to use this formidable combination of ship and weapon.
Offshore Maritime Terrorism: lnternational Implications and the Legal Response
Christopher C. Joyner
Perilous Days-Tempered Solutions: Admiral Raymond A. Spruance Lecture
Thomas J. Watson Jr.
Japanese Attitudes Toward Defense and Security Issues
Larry A. Niksch
A History of Strategic Bombing: From the first hot-air balloons to Hiroshima and Naiasaki
Richard K. Smith and Lee Kennett
"Fortress without a Roof: The Allied Bombing of the Third Reich," and "Forged in Fire: Strategy and Decisions in the Air War over Europe, 1940-45"
David MacIssac, Wilbur H. Morrison, and DeWitt S. Copp
Kempe Tai: A History of the Japanese Secret Service
Curtis Carroll Davis and Richard Deacon
Suicide Squads: W.W. II: Axis and Allied Special Attack Weapons of World War II: their Development and their Missions
Brian M. Linn and Richard O'Neill
Anglo-Japanese Alienation, 1919-1952: Papers of the AngloJapanese Conference on the History of the Second World War
Warren F. Kimball and Ian Nish
The Dragon and the Bear: Inside China & Russia in the Eighties
J. K. Holloway and Philip Short
American-Soviet Relations From 1947 to the Nixon-Kissinger Grand Design
Joseph E. Thach Jr. and Dan Caldwell
"Supplying Repression: U.S. Support for Authoritarian Regimes Abroad," and "Beyond the "Vietnam Syndrome": U.S. Interventionism in the 1980s"
Mark N. Katz, Michael T. Klare, and Cynthia Arnson
The United Nations and the Control of International Violence: a Legal and Political Analysis
Howard S. Levie and John F. Murphy
"Among Lions: The Definitive Account of the 1967 Battle for Jerusalem," "The Politics of Pressure: American Arms and Israeli Policy Since the Six Day War"
Benson L. Grayson, Robert J. Moskin, and David Pollock
Official US Navy photograph.