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Abbott, Charles C.
Economic Warfare: the Attack. February 1949:5–19
Economic Warfare: the Defense. March 1949:27–41
Abel, Christopher A. Controlling the Big Stick: Theodore Roosevelt and the Cuban Crisis of 1906. Summer 1987:88–98
Abenheim, Donald. Germany and the United States in the Age of Terror: Ideas, Domestic Politics, and the International System of States. Autumn 2003:63–81
Aceves, William J. Diplomacy at Sea: U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the Black Sea. Spring 1993:59–79
Ackley, Gardner. Economic Considerations in National Strategy. October 1965:1–18
Ackley, Richard T.
The Soviet Navy’s Role in Foreign Policy. May 1972:48–65
What’s Left of SALT? May–June 1974:43–49
Ackoff, Russell L. A Revolution in Organizational Concepts. January 1972:4–14
Adams, Benson D. Strategy and the First Strategic Defense Initiative. November–December 1985:50–58
Adams, Henry H. The Development and Utilization of Seapower by Great Britain. June 1970:92–106
Adams, John C. Yugoslavia and Albania: A Political and Economic Assessment. April 1963:19–31
Adams, John W. The Influences Affecting Naval Shipbuilding Legislation, 1910–1916. December 1969:41–70
Ader, Emile B. Conflicting Political and Economic Systems. January 1960:1–14
Adkins, Arthur A. Doctrine for Naval Planning: The Once and Future Thing. Winter 1996:61–73
Alexander, Lewis M. The Law of the Sea Conference: Issues in Current Negotiations. November–December 1974:42–49
Alexander, Richard G. Command and Decision. June 1962:18–42
Algire, K. D. Major Logistics Lessons of World War II. February 1951:25–43
Allen, Craig H.
The Limits of Intelligence in Maritime Counterproliferation Operations. Winter 2007:35–52
Moderator’s Report: Legal Experts’ Workshop on the Future Global Legal Order. Autumn 2007:73–91
Aller, James C. Electronic Warfare Concept. May 1970:75–79
Aller, James C., John M. Roberts, and Quentin S. Meeker. Action Styles and Management Game Performance: An Exploratory Consideration. June 1972:65–81
Allin, Lawrence C.
Abel Parker Upshur and the Dignity of Discipline. June 1970:85–91
The Naval Profession: Challenge and Response 1870–1890 and 1950–1970. Spring 1976:75–90
The Naval Institute: Mahan and the Naval Profession. Summer 1978:29–48
The Integrated Inland Waterways of the U.S.S.R. May–June 1981:88–96
Allison, George. The United States Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1993:22–35
Alphand, Herve
France in the Contemporary Scene. January 1961:1–13
France: Problems and Prospects. January 1963:1–10
Alvarez, Jose A. Strategic Implications of Continental Shelves. November 1969:48–68
Alves, Dora. The Resupply of Malta in World War II. September–October 1980:63–72
Amaral, Jose M. Meeting the Threat of Communism in the Western Hemisphere. September 1968:3–32
Ambrose, Stephen E.
Seapower in World Wars I and II. March 1970:26–40
Grand Strategy of World War II. April 1970:20–28
Applied Strategy of World War II. May 1970:62–70
Amme, Carl H., Jr.
An Indian Ocean Anzus Squadron. April 1969:40–43
Perspectives in Naval Strategy. May 1969:12–24
The Soviet Navy in the Mediterranean Sea. June 1969:154–59
Andersen, Gene R., and W. Brad Johnson. Formal Mentoring in the U.S. Military: Research Evidence, Lingering Questions, and Recommendations. Spring 2010:113–26
Anderson, Charles R. U.S.S.R.: Sea Power’s Challenge. May 1963:1–18
Anderson, Paul R. Operational Communication Planning. December 1952:31–47
Andidora, Ronald. Admiral Togo: An Adaptable Strategist. Spring 1991:52–62
Andrade, Ernest. The Great Samoan Hurricane of 1889. January–February 1981:73–81
Andrilla, Joseph J. A Computer Assisted Officer Assignment System. July–August 1973:71–78
Annual Naval War College International Law Study. November 1965:1–5
Angevine, Robert G. Hiding in Plain Sight: The U.S. Navy and Dispersed Operations under EMCON, 1956–1972. Spring 2011:79–95
Antrim, Caitlyn L. The Next Geographical Pivot: The Russian Arctic in the Twenty-first Century. Summer 2010:15–38
Appiah-Mensah, Seth. “Security Is Like Oxygen”: A Regional Security Mechanism for West Africa. Summer 2001:52–62
Appleton, Daniel S. Naval Operational Readiness. June 1967:55–74
Arends, Stephen R. Management of ASW Systems: A Look at Rotary Wing ASW. March–April 1979:68–76
Armbruster, William A. The Pueblo Crisis and Public Opinion. March 1971:84–110
Armstrong, Benjamin. The Most Daring Act of the Age: Principles for Naval Irregular Warfare. Autumn 2010:106–18
Arnott, Ralph E., and William A. Gaffney. Naval Presence: Sizing the Force. March–April 1985:18–30
Asada, Sadeo. The Revolt against the Washington Treaty: The Imperial Japanese Navy and Naval Limitation, 1921–1927. Summer 1993:82–97
Ash, Lawrence N. Wilderness Guide: Intelligence for the Commander in Bosnia. Summer 1996:30–41
Ashbrook, Arthur G. The Economy of Communist China: Its Present Status and Its Future Prospects. December 1960:18–38
Ashmore, Sir Edward. The Possible Effects on Maritime Operations of Any Future Convention of the Law of the Sea. Fall 1976:3–11
Ashton, David J. Economics in International Relations. November 1963:1–17
Ashurst, Albert J.
Decisionmaking and the School of Naval Command and Staff. October 1967:45–51
The Formosa Resolution: 1954–1955, 1958. February 1968:56–64
Atkins, R. W. ASW: Where Is the Inner Screen? January–February 1982:48–49
Auer, James E. Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force: An Appropriate Maritime Strategy. December 1971:3–20
Auer, James. E., and Robyn Lim. The Maritime Basis of American Security in East Asia. Winter 2001:39–58
Aull, Herbert H. Rationale for Aid. May–June 1965:35–96
Austin, Bernard L.
Welcoming Address. October 1960:13–21
Naval Strategy. January–February 1962:22–45
Military Considerations in Grand Strategy. December 1962:1–16
Military Considerations in National Strategy. December 1963:1–15
Averyt, William F.
The Philosophy of the Counterculture. March 1971:17–25
France: A Political Culture Divided against Itself. December 1971:52–64
Bacchus, Wilfred A. Difficult Aspects of Military Planning. March 1967:1–21
Badeau, John S.
Middle East Governments. June 1958:1–25
Political and Social Significance of Islam in the Middle East. May 1960:1–19
Bader, Thomas M. Swords and Plowshares. October 1969:21–25
Bader, William B. Congress and National Strategy. February 1970:9–18
Badger, Oscar C.
Problems of Command and Logistics. November 1950:13–27
The Principles of Command and Logistics. December 1951:21–36
Badolato, E. V. A Clash of Cultures: The Expulsion of Soviet Military Advisors from Egypt. March–April 1984:69–81
Baer, George W.
Notes toward a New Maritime Strategy. Spring 2007:17–26
U.S. Naval Strategy 1890–1945. Winter 1991:6–33
Baird, Charles F. Graduation Address. October 1968:14–18
Baird, Gregory C.
Glavnoe Komandovanie: The Soviet Theater Command. May–June 1980:40–48
The Soviet Theater Command: An Update. November–December 1981:90–93
Baker, Brent
National Defense and the Congressional Role. July–August 1982:4–15
Desert Shield/Storm: The War of Words and Images. Autumn 1991:59–65
Baker, Deane-Peter. The South African Navy and African Maritime Security. Spring 2012:145–65
Baker, James E. When Lawyers Advise Presidents in Wartime: Kosovo and the Law of Armed Conflict. Winter 2002:11–26
Baker, Michael L. Toward an African Maritime Economy: Empowering the African Union to Revolutionize the African Maritime Sector. Spring 2011:39–62
Bakutis, Fred E. The Geography of the Globe. February 1952:1–26
Baldwin, Gordon B. The International Law of Armed Forces Abroad. November 1965:6–20
Baldwin, Hanson W. Current U.S. Military Strategy. April 1960:1–21
Ball, Harry P. Prisoner of War Negotiations: The Korean Experience and Lesson. September 1968:54–86
Ballis, William B. Soviet Foreign Policy: Goals and Tactics. December 1964:54–65
Bandow, Doug. It Is Time to Temper Our Excessive Interventionism. Autumn 2002:76–82
Banlaoi, Rommel C. Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: The Abu Sayyaf Threat. Autumn 2005:63–80
Barber, James A., Jr.
The School of Naval Warfare. April 1969:89–96
Britain and France: The Officer Corps and Civil-Military Relations. December 1969:17–28
The Objectives of Arms Control. February 1970:35–43
Is There a Generation Gap in the Naval Officer Corps? May 1970:24–40
War: Limitations and National Priorities. January 1971:4–16
The Nixon Doctrine and the Navy. June 1971:5–15
Mahan and Naval Strategy in the Nuclear Age. March 1972:78–88
The Uses of Naval Force. Summer 1977:73–82
Barclay, Glen St. J.
In the Sticky Fly Paper: The United States, Australia and Indonesia, 1959–1964. July–August 1981:67–80
“Butcher and Bolt”: Admiral Roger Keyes and British Combined Operations, 1940–1941. March–April 1982:18–29
Barnett, Frank R.
Factors Producing the Current World Situation. November 1959:1–17
Overview of Soviet Strategy. June 1971:16–21
Barnett, Roger W.
Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Maritime Strategy. Summer 1990:2–8
Information Operations, Deterrence, and the Use of Force. Spring 1998:7–19
What Deters? Strength, Not Weakness. Spring 2001:24–35
Naval Power for a New American Century. Winter 2002:43–62
Technology and Naval Blockade: Past Impact and Future Prospects. Summer 2005:87–98
Strategic Culture and Its Relationship to Naval Strategy. Winter 2007:24–34
Barrett, Raymond T., and Peter P. Perla. What Wargaming Is and Is Not. September–October 1985:70–78
Barrows, Walter L. A Multipolar 1984: Speculations on the Stability of a Balance of Power International System. March–April 1974:38–51
Barry, James A., Jr. The Seabed Arms Control Issue, 1967–1971: A Superpower Symbiosis? November–December 1972:87–101
Barry, John L., and James Blaker. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
Bartlett, Henry C. Approaches to Force Planning. May–June 1985:37–48
Bartlett, Henry C., and G. Paul Holman, Jr.
Strategy as a Guide to Force Planning. Autumn 1988:15–25
Naval Force Planning Cases: Organizing Our Thoughts and Weighing Alternatives. Spring 1990:54–63
The Spectrum of Conflict: What Can It Do for Force Planners? Winter 1996:119–29
Bartlett, Henry C., G. Paul Holman, Jr., and Timothy E. Somes
Clear Strategies for a Murky World: “Constructive Involvement” and “Selective Response.” Summer 1993:69–81
The Art of Strategy and Force Planning. Spring 1995:114–26
Baruch, Bernard M.
Present and Future National Objectives. May 1950:1–11
America’s Problems, Present and Future. September 1951:19–32
Bates, Richard W. Communist Party Control in the Soviet Navy. October 1967:3–42
Bates, Robert G. Problems in Recruiting Blacks for the Service Academies: A Perspective. July–August 1973:54–63
Bathurst, Robert B.
Crisis Mentality: A Problem in Cultural Relativity. January–February 1974:55–62
The Lemming Complex: Ritual Death in the Norwegian Sea. May–June 1974:35–42
The Patterns of Naval Analysis. November–December 1974:16–27
On Creating an Enemy. November–December 1981:14–26
Soviet Strategy. March–April 1982:66–68
Soviet Naval Operations in the Great Patriotic War 1941–1945. November–December 1982:87–91
Bauer, William D. Employment of the Two-Seat TF/A-18 Airplane. March–April 1980:103–107
Baumgarten, Erwin
Game Theory. May 1961:16–42
Strategic War Gaming. June 1961:1–23
Baurenschmidt, George W. Traffic Management Control. April 1950:31–45
Baxter, James P. Political Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. September 1953:43–61
Baxter, Richard R.
The Geneva Conventions of 1949. January 1956:59–83
The Law of War. January 1957:39–58
Introduction to International Law. December 1958:1–20
Beach, Edward L. An Appraisal of Soviet Maritime: Naval Capabilities. June 1969:15–25
Beary, Donald B.
The Naval War College. February 1949:1–4
Strategic Employment of the Navy: Past, Present and Future. April 1950:1–21
Beaudoin, Frederic J. Union Victory: Manpower, Management of Resources, or Generalship? March–April 1973:36–40
Beaulieu, Reo A. Canton Government and American Reaction: 1921–1925. February 1968:35–55
Beaumont, Roger A. Command Method: A Gap in Military Historiography. Winter 1979:61–74
Beck, Robert J. The “ McNeil Mission” and the Decision to Invade Grenada. Spring 1991:93–112
Beddoes, Mark W. Logistical Implications of Operational Maneuver from the Sea. Autumn 1997:32–48
Beebe, Robert P. Military Decision from the Viewpoint of Game Theory. October 1957:27–76
Behrenhausen, Richard A. Duty, Honor, Country. September 1970:79–101
Behrens, William W., Jr. Environmental Considerations in Naval Operations. September 1971:70–77
Belknap, Reginald R. The Study of Strategy. Spring 1997:112–22
Benedict, John R. The Unraveling and Revitalization of U.S. Navy Antisubmarine Warfare. Spring 2005:93–120
Bennett, Frank M.
The Great Sea Race. March–April 1982:51–53
A Matter for Congratulations: A Vignette from the Old Navy. September–October 1984:142–44
Bennett, Martin. Parshall’s “Whoppers” Examined: Fact-Checking the Various Claims and Conclusions of Jonathan Parshall. Winter 2013:110–25
Bentley, Helen D. U.S. Maritime Prospects. June 1970:11–19
Bergbauer, Harry W., Jr. A Review of the Political Status of the Trust Territory of the Pacific. March 1970:43–51
Berkowitz, Marc J. Soviet Naval Spetsnaz Forces. Spring 1988:5–21
Berlin, Donald L. India in the Indian Ocean. Spring 2006:58–89
Bernays, Edward L. Public Relations: A Contemporary Concept. June 1962:1–17
Bernier, Justin, and Stuart Gold. China’s Closing Window of Opportunity. Summer 2003:72–95
Best, Richard A., Jr.
The Anglo-German Naval Agreement of 1935: An Aspect of Appeasement. March–April 1981:68–85
The United States, Great Britain and the Cold War 1944–1947. November–December 1981:97–99
Betts, Richard K. Power, Prospects, and Priorities: Choices for Strategic Change. Winter 1997:9–22
Bex, John E. Japan: An Alien Ally. November 1970:42–47
Bi, Jianxiang. Managing Taiwan Operations in the Twenty-first Century: Issues and Options. Autumn 1999:30–58
Bilder, Richard B. Emerging Legal Problems of the Deep Seas and Polar Regions. December 1967:34–49
Bird, Keith W. The Origins and Role of German Naval History in the Inter-War Period 1918–1939. March–April 1979:42–58
Bird, Thomas C. British East of Suez Policy: A Victim of Economic Necessity. April 1970:54–70
Bitzinger, Richard A. Come the Revolution: Transforming the Asia-Pacific’s Militaries. Autumn 2005:39–60
Black, J. Todd. Commercial Satellites: Future Threats or Allies? Winter 1999:99–114
Black, Jeremy. Midway and the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2009:131–40
Blair, Dennis. The Strategic Significance of Maritime Theaters. Summer 1988:29–40
Blaker, James. Arthur K. Cebrowski: A Retrospective. Spring 2006:129–45
Blaker, James, and John L. Barry. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
Blanchard, Ralph W. The Newsman in Vietnam: Responsible or Irresponsible? June 1968:14–42
Bland, Raymond D. Controlling the EEZ: Implications for Naval Force Planning. July–August 1984:23–30
Blaz, Vincente T., and Samuel S. H. Lee. The Cross of Micronesia. June 1971:59–89
Blechman, Barry M., and Stephen S. Kaplan. Armed Forces as Political Instruments. Spring 1978:80–87
Blechman, Martin, and Arnold Kuzmack. Oil and National Security. May–June 1974:8–25
Blixt, Melvin D. Soviet Objectives in the Eastern Mediterranean. March 1969:4–27
Blomeyer-Bartenstein, Horst. Federal Republic of Germany: Problems and Prospects. February 1965:1–14
Blood, Christopher G., Richard T. Jolly, and Michael S. Odowick. Casualty Incidence during Naval Combat Operations: A Matter of Medical Readiness. Autumn 1996:12–34
Bloomfield, Lincoln P.
The U.N. and the U.S. National Interest. November 1958:51–76
The United Nations. March 1960:1–18
Conflict Resolution: U.N. Nonfighting Forces. April 1968:17–25
Blumenson, Martin. The Early French Resistance in Paris. Summer 1977:64–72
Bodnar, John W. The Military Technical Revolution: From Hardware to Information. Summer 1993:7–21
Bodnar, John W., and Rebecca Dengler. The Emergence of a Command Network. Autumn 1996:93–107
Bodner, Eric R. Signals and Sealift: Merchant Ship Communications Security. Winter 1994:111–16
Bohman, Harold R., and Arthur M. Smith. Medical Command and Control in Sea-Based Operations. Summer 2006:53–71
Bok, Sissela. Secrets and Deception: Implications for the Military. March–April 1985:73–80
Bollinger, Marty. Did a Soviet Merchant Ship Encounter the Pearl Harbor Strike Force? Autumn 2007:93–110
Boma, James R. Troubled Waters off the Land of the Morning Calm: A Job for the Fleet. Spring 1989:33–55
Bondì, Loretta. U.S. Policy on Small Arms and Light Weapons. Winter 2006:119–40
Boorman, Scott A. Fundamentals of Strategy: The Legacy of Henry Eccles. Spring 2009:91–115
Booth, Ken
Foreign Policies at Risk: Some Problems of Managing Naval Power. Summer 1976:3–15
Roles, Objectives and Tasks: An Inventory of the Functions of Navies. Summer 1977:83–97
U.S. Naval Strategy: Problems of Survivability, Usability, and Credibility. Summer 1978:11–28
Law and Strategy in Northern Waters. July–August 1981:3–21
Boraz, Steven C. Maritime Domain Awareness: Myths and Realities. Summer 2009:137–46
Borch, Frederic L. Targeting after Kosovo: Has the Law Changed for Strike Planners? Spring 2003:64–81
Børresen, Jacob. Alliance Naval Strategies and Norway in the Final Years of the Cold War. Spring 2011:97–115
Bouchard, Joseph F.
Accidents and Crises: Panay, Liberty and Stark. Autumn 1988:87–102
Guarding the Cold War Ramparts: The U.S. Navy’s Role in Continental Air Defense. Summer 1999:111–35
Bourdon, Reginald A. The Meaning of the United States–Soviet Maritime Agreement. September–October 1974:65–70
Bouvard, Loïc. The Legislative Role of the French Parliament in Crisis Management. November–December 1984:80–85
Bouziane, Michèle. The U.S. Coast Guard, National Security, and Fisheries Enforcement. Winter 1997:125–33
Bowers, Stephen R. East German Defense Policy in the Seventies. Fall 1977:101–108
Bowles, Chester
The Forces Producing the Present World Situation. September 1956:9–42
The Power of Public Opinion. March 1958:1–24
Boyer, Alan Lee
U.S. Foreign Policy in Central Asia: Risks, Ends, and Means. Winter 2006:91–117
Naval Response to a Changed Security Environment: Maritime Security in the Mediterranean. Summer 2007:73–100
Bracken, Paul, and Martin Shubik. War Gaming in the Information Age: Theory and Purpose. Spring 2001:47–60
Bradford, John F. The Growing Prospects for Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia. Summer 2005:63–86
Bratton, Patrick C. When Is Coercion Successful? And Why Can’t We Agree on It? Summer 2005:99–120
Bredestage, Joseph J. Limited Nuclear War at Sea. February 1967:4–32
Breemer, Jan S.
Rethinking the Soviet Navy. January–February 1981:4–12
The Soviet High Seas Fleet of the 1990s: Design for a “Swing Strategy”? March–April 1981:38–47
De-Committing the Sixth Fleet. November–December 1982:27–32
The Maritime Strategy: One Ally’s View. Summer 1988:41–46
Brement, Marshall
Civilian-Military Relations in the Context of National Security Policy Making. Winter 1988:27–32
Reflections on Soviet New Thinking on Security Questions. Autumn 1989:5–21
Brennan, Joseph G.
Ethics Instruction in the Military: Teach Them Plato or Hammer It into Their Heads. Autumn 1989:55–65
Ambition and Careerism, Winter 1991:76–82
Brennan, Robert V. SDS Tactics as an Indicator of Aims Designed to Influence U.S. Foreign Policy. September 1970:65–78
Briggs, Herbert W. The Position of Individuals in International Law. May 1955:77–96
Brightman, Hank J., and Melissa K. Dewey. Trends in Modern War Gaming: The Art of Conversation. Winter 2014:17–30
Broadwin, John A. A Soviet Ship: What’s Her Name? July–August 1982:77–86
Brock, John R. Archipelago Concept of Limits of Territorial Seas. December 1966:34–97
Brodie, Bernard
Characteristics of a Sound Strategy. June 1952:65–83
Influence of Mass Destruction Weapons on Strategy. June 1956:27–44
Strategy as an Art and a Science [repr. from February 1959]. Winter 1998:26–38
Broedling, Laurie A., Alan W. Lau, and Arthur Newman. The Relationship between Senior Navy Civilian and Military Executives. November–December 1981:78–89
Brooks, Linton F.
Pricing Ourselves Out of the Market: The Attack Submarine Program. September–October 1979:2–17
An Examination of Professional Concerns of Naval Officers as Reflected in Their Professional Journal. January–February 1980:46–56
Brosnan, John F., Jr. An Amphibious Landing? With Civilian Ships? March–April 1986:35–42
Brower, Charles F. IV. Strategic Reassessment in Vietnam: The Westmoreland “Alternate Strategy” of 1967–1968. Spring 1991:20–51
Brown, Charles R.
The Heritage of Tyre. February 1949:33–46
The Role of the Navy in Future Warfare. April 1949:1–16
Brown, George, and Lawrence Korb. The Economic and Political Restraints on Force Planning. July–August 1979:51–62
Brown, George F., Jr.
Defense Systems Analysis . . . One More Time. Fall 1978:28–34
Managing Analysis: The Client’s Responsibility. May–June 1979:22–29
Aid and Assistance to Developing Nations. September–October 1979:93–101
Brown, Grover C. Concepts and Nature of Air Warfare. November 1953:25–45
Brown, John N. Requirements for World Leadership. February 1950:1–16
Bruger, Steven J., Jr. Not Ready for the First Space War: What about the Second? Winter 1995:73–83
Bruneau, Thomas C. Portugal: Problems and Prospects in the Creation of a New Regime. Summer 1976:65–82
Buck, James H. The Japanese Self-Defense Force. January–February 1974:40–54
Buck, Ralph V. Assessing the Capability of Naval Forces. February 1979:78–87
Buehl, Louis H. Marxist Nation Building in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. February 1970:85–101
Buell, Thomas B.
Admiral Raymond A. Spruance and the Naval War College: Part I, Preparing for World War II. March 1971:31–51; Part II, From Student to Warrior. April 1971:29–53
Spruance Hall Dedication Address. March–April 1973:13–18
Admiral Edward C. Kalbfus and the Naval Planner’s “Holy Scripture”: Sound Military Decision. May–June 1973:31–41
The Innovators and the Crusaders. September–October 1984:60–70
Bundy, William P. Alliance Crisis and Consensus: Western Experience. November–December 1984:37–57
Bunn, George
U.S. Law of Nuclear Weapons. July–August 1984:46–62
Satellites for the Navy: Shielded by Arms Control? September–October 1985:55–69
International Law and The Use of Force in Peacetime: Do U.S. Ships Have to Take the First Hit? May–June 1986:69–80
Bunting, Josiah, III. The Military Novel. November–December 1973:30–37
Burdick, Howard F. Sons of the Prophet: A View of the Naval War College Faculty. May–June 1986:81–89
Burgess, L. K. Gestapu: Ten Years After. Winter 1976:65–75
Burke, Arleigh A.
The U.S. Navy’s Role in General War and Conflict Short of General War. April 1959:1–12
National Strategy. October 1965:21–40
Role of Naval Forces. March 1970:5–11
The Art of Command. June 1972:24–28
Remarks. Winter 1977:70–73; repr. Autumn 1998:134–38
My Friend Henry Eccles. Summer 1977:3–5
Burke, Jerome J., Jr. On the Cusp of the Maritime Strategy. Autumn 1988:78–86
Burkemper, Raymond G. Soviet Disarmament Policy: What Lies Ahead? November 1967:29–59
Burks, Jesse B. The Foreign Policies of the U.S., and the U.S.S.R., and Their Effect on the Future World Situation. April 1952:1–75
Burnham, James
Philosophy of Communism. March 1952:57–79
The Theory and Strategy of Communism. February 1953:1–37
Burns, William F. The Education of “a Modern Major General.” Winter 2004:20–33
Bush, George. “A Nation Blessed.” Autumn 2001:135–40
Buss, Claude A. Strategic Choices and Emerging Power Centers in the Asia-Pacific Region. Spring 1990:64–75
Butcher, M. E. Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher: Pioneer Warrior or Gross Sinner? Winter 1987:69–79
Butler, Francis P. Defense Manpower and the All-Volunteer Force: A Different Perspective. January–February 1980:85–91
Butler, Olva B., et al. A Committee Report of the Strategic Planning Study on U.S. Alternatives for an Indian Ocean Area Policy. June 1969:160–74
Byrd, Harry F., Jr. The Outlook in the Senate for Advice and Consent. October 1970:4–10
Caldwell, Dan, ed. Department of Defense Operations During the Cuban Crisis: A Report by
Adam Yarmolinsky, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 13 February 1963. July–August 1979:83–98
Caldwell, Hamlin. The Empty Silo: Strategic ASW. September–October 1981:4–14
Caldwell, Robert C. The Role of the Tracked Amphibian in Modern Amphibious Warfare. January 1970:68–99
Calhoun, William M., and Andrew E. Gibson. Barely in Time: The Successful Struggle to Create the Transportation Command. Autumn 1990:72–80
Callaghan, William M. Military Sea Transportation Service. January 1953:31–60
Callahan, Charles W. Stowaway Soldier, Camouflage in a Khaki World: Creating a Single Culture
of Trust from Distinct Service Cultures. Summer 2013:139–45
Callaway, John. Learning the Hard Way: Force Protection 1983–2000. Winter 2009:105–20
Campbell, Craig S. The Influence of Domestic Politics on the Defense Policy of Iceland. December 1970:76–99
Canfield, Jeffrey L. The Independent Baltic States: Maritime Security Implications. Autumn 1992:55–81
Canham, Erwin D. The Armed Forces and Public Information in War and Peace. March 1949:9–26
Canty, Rachel. The Coast Guard and Environmental Protection: Recent Changes and Potential Impacts. Autumn 1999:77–89
Caravaggio, Angelo N.
The Attack at Taranto: Tactical Success, Operational Failure: Summer 2006:103–27
 “Winning” the Pacific War: The Masterful Strategy of Commander Minoru Genda. Winter 2014:85–118
Carey, William K. Analysis of a Conflict in Panama. October 1967:55–82
Carlisle, Geoffrey E. Aspects of International Law Affecting the Naval Commander. May 1953:31–53
Carmel, Steven M.
Commercial Shipping and the Maritime Strategy. Spring 2008:38–46
Globalization, Security, and Economic Well-Being. Winter 2013:41–55
Carmichael, George K. Principles of War and Their Application to Strategy and Tactics. October 1950:23–42
Carney, Robert B.
Logistical Planning for War. October 1948:3–16; repr. Winter 1998:7–15
The Foundations of Future Naval Planning. October 1949:1–12
Role of the Navy in a Future War. June 1954:1–14
The Gray Areas of Command and Decision. September 1961:1–16
Evolutionary Aspects of Command. September 1963:1–15
Caron, Gerald C. Soviet Civil-Military Relations: Conflict and Collaboration among Comrades. December 1971:65–93
Carr, William K. The Faceless POW. Fall 1977:88–96
Carson, W. G. The Old Destroyerman’s Trivia Quiz. March–April 1982:30–32
Casey, Ralph E. Political and Economic Significance of the World’s Merchant Marines into the 1980’s. April 1969:4–13
Caswell, John D. The Changing Thai–United States Alliance: Implications for the Nixon Doctrine in Asia. October 1971:59–75
Cathey, Kenneth C. Who Is the Commissar: Political Officers in the Chinese Communist Army. November 1971:55–72
Cerny, Philip G. Terrorism and the New Security Dilemma. Winter 2005:11–33
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