Volume 75, Number 4 (2022) Autumn 2022
The Ukrainian flag flies from the back of military vehicles during the opening ceremony of the land portion of Exercise SEA BREEZE on 28 June 2021 in Oleshky Sands, Ukraine. The U.S. Sixth Fleet and the Ukrainian navy have cohosted SEA BREEZE as a multinational maritime exercise in the Black Sea since 1997. While the exercises were designed to enhance interoperability of participating nations and strengthen maritime security and peace within the region, Russia’s February 2022 invasion of Ukraine changed the situation fundamentally. In this issue, the Review features several articles addressing different aspects of the war in Ukraine.
From the Editor
Putin’s Ukraine Invasion: Turbocharging Sino-Russian Collaboration in Energy, Maritime Security, and Beyond?
Andrew S. Erickson and Gabriel B. Collins
Review Essay: At Last: Due Attention to Privateers—"Rebels at Sea: Privateering in the American Revolution," "The Untold War at Sea: America’s Revolutionary Privateers"
Anna Matilde Bassoli, Michael Romero, Eric Jay Dolin, and Kylie A. Hulbert
Care for the Sorrowing Soul: Healing Moral Injuries from Military Service and Implications for the Rest of Us
Tom Gibbons, Duane Larson, and Jeff Zust
Nimitz at War: Command Leadership from Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay
James R. Holmes and Craig L. Symonds
U.S. Go Home: The U.S. Military in France, 1945–1968
Luke Nicastro, M. David Egan, and Jean Egan
Reflections on Reading
Source: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jack D. Aistrup