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VOLUME 1 (1948) THROUGH VOLUME 67 (SPRING 2014)
 
Abu Sayyaf
Banlaoi, Rommel C. Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: The Abu Sayyaf Threat. Autumn 2005:63–80
 
Accidents
Bouchard, Joseph F. Accidents and Crises: Panay, Liberty and Stark. Autumn 1988:87–102
Fowler, William. Disaster in Penobscot Bay. Winter 1979:75–80
Lebow, Richard N. Accidents and Crises: The Dogger Bank Affair. Summer 1978:66–75
 
Aegean Sea
Schmitt, Michael N. Aegean Angst: The Greek-Turkish Dispute. Summer 1996:42–72
 
Aegis
Hicks, Brad, George Galdorisi, and Scott C. Truver. The Aegis BMD Global Enterprise: A “High End” Maritime Partnership. Summer 2012:65–80
Hszieh, Stephanie, George Galdorisi, Terry McKearney, and Darren Sutton. Networking the Global Maritime Partnership. Spring 2012:11–29
 
Aerospace Power. And see Air Defenses
Eichelberger, K. L. A New Duel: Antisatellite Combat in Space. May–June 1982:41–47
MacLean, L. Bomber Offensive. May 1949:21–37
Wolfinbarger, W. R. Tactical Air Operations. February 1951:1–23
 
Afghanistan
Collins, Joseph J. The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan: Methods, Motives, and Ramifications. November–December 1980:53–62
Cordesman, Anthony H. The U.S. Military and the Evolving Challenges in the Middle East. Summer 2002:72–114
Downes-Martin, Stephen. Operations Assessment in Afghanistan Is Broken: What Is to Be Done? Autumn 2011:103–25
Tahir-Kheli, Shirin. The Southern Flank of the U.S.S.R.: Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan. Winter 1979:30–40
Soviet Fortunes on the Southern Tier: Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan. November–December 1981:3–13
 
Africa
Appiah-Mensah, Seth. “Security Is Like Oxygen”: A Regional Security Mechanism for West Africa. Summer 2001:52–62
Baker, Michael L. Toward an African Maritime Economy: Empowering the African Union to Revolutionize the African Maritime Sector. Spring 2011:39–62
Christian, Derek J. The African Crisis Response Force: A Critical Issue for Africa. Summer 1998:70–81
Diomandé, Mégna. Strategy for Increased Stability in Africa. Autumn 1994:68–82
Duke, Marvin L. Robert F. Stockton: Early U.S. Naval Activities in Africa. May 1972:86–94
Fulford, Carlton W., Jr. Thinking Through U.S. Strategic Options for Africa. Winter 2009:31–43
Hale, Richard W. The Fledgling Navies of Black Africa. June 1972:42–55
Herskovits, Melville J.
Contemporary Africa. December 1956:1–22
Africa, South of the Sahara, 1958. June 1959:29–46
Higgs, Robert W. The United States and Sub-Saharan Africa. Winter 1996:90–104
Hofstedt, Todd A. China in Africa: An AFRICOM Response. Summer 2009:79–100
Isaacs, Harold R. New Crises in Africa. October 1953:25–42
Kibwana, J. R. The Military Balance in East Africa: A Kenyan View. Fall 1977:97–101
McNaught, David R. Tropical Africa: Problem Child of the 60’s. October 1962:1–43
Miskel, James. Are We Learning the Right Lessons from Africa’s Humanitarian Crises? Summer 1999:136–47
Rogers, Philippe D. China and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in Africa. Spring 2007:73–93
Said, Abdul A. The United States and the Middle East and North Africa. June 1970:41–47
Shelton, L. G., Jr. The Sino-Soviet Split: The Horn of Africa, November 1977 to February 1979. May–June 1979:78–87
Sohn, Kathi A. The Global Fleet Station: A Powerful Tool for Preventing Conflict. Winter 2009:45–58
Stevenson, Jonathan. The U.S. Navy: Into Africa. Winter 2009:59–64
Weir, Gary E. Fish, Family, and Profit: Piracy and the Horn of Africa. Summer 2009:15–29
 
Agency for International Development
Aull, Herbert H. Rationale for Aid. May–June 1965:35–96
Brown, George F., Jr. Aid and Assistance to Developing Nations. September–October 1979:93–101
 
Aggression
Hansen, Rodney V. Defining Aggression: United States Policy. December 1968:80–100
Rosenne, Shabtai. International Law and the Use of Force. January 1969:3–11
 
Aircraft
Bauer, William D. Employment of the Two-Seat TF/A-18 Airplane. March–April 1980:103–107
Eccles, Henry E. The TFX F-111 Aircraft: A Perspective in Military Command and Defense Management. April 1971:66–87
Jackson, John E. Airships for the 1990s? January–February 1983:56–60
James, Carolyn C. The Politics of Extravagance: The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Spring 2000:158–90
Roberts, John M., and Wicke, James O. Flying and Expressive Self-Testing: An Exploratory Consideration. January 1971:67–80
Smith, Richard K. Not a Success, but a Triumph: 80 Years since Kitty Hawk. November–December 1983:4–20
Wolfinbarger, W. R. Tactical Air Operations. February 1951:1–23
 
Aircraft Carriers
Cigar, Norman. Soviet Aircraft Carriers: Unfortunate Timing for a Long-Held Dream. Spring 1992:20–34
Cordier, Sherwood S. Command of the Air at Sea: V/STOL and Small Carriers. July–August 1981:93–99
Koda, Yoji. A New Carrier Race? Strategy, Force Planning, and JS Hyuga. Summer 2011:31–60
Erickson, Andrew S., Abraham M. Denmark, and Gabriel Collins. Beijing’s “Starter Carrier” and Future Steps: Alternatives and Implications. Winter 2012:15–54
Erickson, Andrew S., and Andrew R. Wilson. China’s Aircraft Carrier Dilemma. Autumn 2006:12–45
Hone, Thomas C. Replacing Battleships with Aircraft Carriers in the Pacific in World War II. Winter 2013:56–76
Hone, Thomas C., Norman Friedman, and Mark D. Mandeles. The Development of the Angled-Deck Aircraft Carrier: Innovation and Adaptation. Spring 2011:63–78
Jordan, David J. Future Carrier Aviation Options: A British Perspective. Summer 2001:63–84
Levy, James P. Race for the Decisive Weapon: British, American, and Japanese Carrier Fleets, 1942–1943. Winter 2005:137–50
Li, Nan, and Christopher Weuve. China’s Aircraft Carrier Ambitions: An Update. Winter 2010:13–31
Petersen, Charles C. Aircraft Carrier Development in Soviet Naval Theory. January–February 1984:4–13
Randol, Mark A., and Wallace J. Thies. The Opportunity Costs of Large-Deck Carriers: Naval Strategy for the 1990s and Beyond. Summer 1990:9–31
Rochlin, Gene I., Karlene H. Roberts, and Todd R. La Porte. The Self-Designing High-Reliability Organization: Aircraft Carrier Flight Operations at Sea. Autumn 1987:76–90; repr. Summer 1998:97–113
Rubel, Robert C. The Future of Aircraft Carriers. Autumn 2011:13–27
Storey, Ian, and You Ji. China’s Aircraft Carrier Ambitions: Seeking Truth from Rumors. Winter 2004:77–93
Trotter, Thomas William. The Future of Carrier Aviation. Winter 1993:22–44
Truver, Scott C. The 1978 Carrier Controversy: Why Not the Kennedy? February 1979:59–67
 
Aircraft Nuclear Power
James, Carolyn C. The Politics of Extravagance: The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Spring 2000:158–90
 
Air Defense
Bouchard, Joseph F. Guarding the Cold War Ramparts: The U.S. Navy’s Role in Continental Air Defense. Summer 1999:111–35
Cordier, Sherwood S. Command of the Air at Sea: V/STOL and Small Carriers. July–August 1981:93–99
Dowding, Sir Hugh. Employment of the Fighter Command in Home Defence. Introduction and annotations by John Monsarrat and Robert S. Staley II. Spring 1992:35–50
Kennedy, Floyd D., Jr. The Evolution of Soviet Views on Fleet Air Defense. July–August 1985:3–15
Naval War College Research Group. A Concept for Carrier Air Capability in the Standing Naval Forces Atlantic. November 1961:29–32
Wilson, Desmond P., Jr. Naval Projection Forces: The Case for a Responsive MAF. Summer 1978:99–105
Winnefeld, James A. Surface Ships Survivability: An Enduring Issue. May–June 1983:4–13
Wolfinbarger, W. R. Tactical Air Operations. February 1951:1–23
 
Air-Sea Battle
Kline, Jeffrey E., and Wayne P. Hughes, Jr. Between Peace and the Air-Sea Battle: A War at Sea Strategy. Autumn 2012:35–40
Albania
Adams, John C. Yugoslavia and Albania: A Political and Economic Assessment. April 1963:19–31
 
Algeria
Wales, George E. Algerian Terrorism. October 1969:26–42
 
Alliance for Progress
Miller, Roger J. The Staggering Problems of Latin American Development: Challenges to an Alliance for Progress. May 1962:1–18
 
Alliances and Treaties
Barclay, Glen St. J. In the Sticky Fly Paper: The United States, Australia and Indonesia, 1959–1964. July–August 1981:67–80
Best, Richard A., Jr. The Anglo-German Naval Agreement of 1935: An Aspect of Appeasement. March–April 1981:68–85
Bourdon, Reginald A. The Meaning of the United States-Soviet Maritime Agreement. September–October 1974:65–70
Bundy, William P. Alliance Crisis and Consensus: Western Experience. November–December 1984:37–57
Caswell, John D. The Changing Thai–United States Alliance: Implications for the Nixon Doctrine in Asia. October 1971:59–75
Claude, Inis L., Jr.
Regional Associations in the Contemporary World. April 1961:15–38
The New International Security Order: Changing Concepts. Winter 1994:9–17
Cordner, Lee G. Regional Resilience: The Imperative for Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia. Spring 1994:41–59
Eliot, George F. Influences of Military Alliances on Strategy. June 1952:1–24
Elster, James M. The United States–Japan Alliance. January 1970:19–39
Fifield, Russell H. U.S. Objectives and Treaty Organizations in Asia and the Western Pacific. April 1966:4–15
Grudzinski, Przemyslaw. A Contract with Central Europe. Summer 1996:7–29
Hanson, Douglas J. Strategic Nuclear Planning After START. Summer 1989:78–96
Kagan, Donald. The End of Wars as the Basis for a Lasting Peace: A Look at the Great Wars of the Twentieth Century. Autumn 2000:11–24
Kennedy, Greg C. The Canadian-American Alliance, 1955–1988: Some Maritime Considerations. Autumn 1993:75–95
Levi, Burna D. The Japanese-American Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and the United States Navy: 1970. September 1965:20–62
Mitchell. Paul T. Small Navies and Network-centric Warfare: Is There a Role? Spring 2003:83–99
Mowrer, Edgar A. Divisive Issues among the Allies. March 1959:3–46
Robertson, J. Michael. Alliances in the “Gray Areas.” Autumn 1995:53–66
Rhys-Jones, Graham. Greeks Bearing Gifts: Impact of the INF Treaty on European Security. Winter 1989:56–65
Tow, William T. Asian-Pacific Alliance Systems and Transregional Linkages. September–October 1981:32–54
Wiegley, Roger D. Reassessing the Security Alliance between the United States and Japan. February 1979:17–25
Wolfers, Arnold O.
Alliances as a Means of Defense. April 1955:1–22
The American Alliance Strategy in Peace and War. April 1956:1–20
 
Allied Command Europe
Goodpaster, Andrew J., Jr. Strategy and Capabilities of Allied Command Europe. October 1970:11–18
 
All-Volunteer Force
Davis, Vincent. Universal Service: An Alternative to the All-Volunteer Armed Services, October 1970:19–33
Nichols, Robert L.; Alfred R. Saeger, Hans H. Driessnack, LeRoy House, and Richard G. Reid. The Officer Corps in an All-Volunteer Force: Will College Men Serve? January 1971:31–50
 
Amnesty
Howay, Jack W. Amnesty: An Old Gift in New Wrappings. March–April 1973:46–57
 
Antarctic
Cruzen, Richard H. Polar Operations. January 1949:1–15
Joyner, Christopher C. Nonmilitarization of the Antarctic: The Interplay of Law. Autumn 1989:83–104
 
Antiship Ballistic Missiles
Erickson, Andrew S., and David D. Yang. Using the Land to Control the Sea? Chinese Analysts Consider the Antiship Ballistic Missile. Autumn 2009:53–86
Hagt, Eric, and Matthew Durnin. China’s Antiship Ballistic Missile: Developments and Missing Links. Autumn 2009:87–115
Hoyler, Marshall. China’s “Antiaccess” Ballistic Missiles and U.S. Active Defense. Autumn 2010:84–105
Pradun, Vitaliy O. From Bottle Rockets to Lightning Bolts: China’s Missile-Centric Strategy and PLA Strategy against Military Intervention. Spring 2011:7–38
 
Antiship Missiles
Kojukharov, Asen. In Retrospect: The Employment of Antiship Missiles. Autumn 1997:118–24
 
Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW). See Warfare—Antisubmarine
 
Anzus
Thies, Wallace J., and James D. Harris. An Alliance Unravels: The United States and Anzus. Summer 1993:98–126
 
Arctic
Antrim, Caitlyn L. The Next Geographical Pivot: The Russian Arctic in the Twenty-first Century. Summer 2010:15–38
Bilder, Richard B. Emerging Legal Problems of the Deep Seas and Polar Regions. December 1967:34–49
Cruzen, Richard H. Polar Operations. January 1949:1–15
Egan, Dennis M., and David W. Orr. Sea Control in the Arctic: A Soviet Perspective. Winter 1988:51–80
Le Marchand, T. M. Under Ice Operations. May–June 1985:19–27
Orr, David W., and Dennis M. Egan. Sea Control in the Arctic: A Soviet Perspective. Winter 1988:51–80
Petersen, Charles. Soviet Military Objectives in the Arctic Theater. Autumn 1987:3–22
Rainwater, Shiloh. Race to the North: China’s Arctic Strategy and Its Implications. Spring 2013:62–82
Titley, David W., and Courtney C. St. John. Arctic Security Considerations and the U.S. Navy’s Roadmap for the Arctic. Spring 2010:35–48
 
Argentina
de la Fuente, Pedro Luis. Confidence-Building Measures in the Southern Cone: A Model for Regional Stability. Winter 1997:36–65
Hall, Marshall Van Sant. Argentine Policy Motivations in the Falklands War and the Aftermath. November–December 1983:21–36
Humphries, Arthur A. Two Routes to the Wrong Destination: Public Affairs in the South Atlantic War. May–June 1983:56–71
Huser, Herbert C. Democratic Argentina’s “Global Reach”: The Argentine Military in Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1998:55–69
Larrinaga, Federico Luis. Argentina, a New U.S. Non-Nato Ally: Significance and Expectations. Spring 2000:125–57
Neves, Juan Carlos
The Argentine Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in the Gulf of Fonseca. Winter 1994:40–67
Interoperability in Multinational Coalitions: Lessons from the Persian Gulf War. Winter 1995:50–62
Wawro, Geoffrey. Our Special Correspondent: Letter from South America. Summer 2002:115–42
Wixler, Keith E. Argentina’s Geopolitics and Her Revolutionary Diesel-Electric Submarines. Winter 1989:86–107
 
Arms Control
Asada, Sadeo. The Revolt against the Washington Treaty: The Imperial Japanese Navy and Naval Limitation, 1921–1927. Summer 1993:82–97
Barry, James A., Jr. The Seabed Arms Control Issue, 1967–1971: A Superpower Symbiosis? November–December 1972:87–101
Bunn, George. Satellites for the Navy: Shielded by Arms Control? September–October 1985:55–69
Fedorenko, Sergei. Russia and Arms Control: The Trials of Transition to a Post–Soviet Era. Spring 1993:45–58
Finlayson, Andrew R. U.S. Arms for China: A New Look. January–February 1986:66–76
Fought, Stephen O., and Lamkin, Fletcher M., Jr. Teaching about Arms Control. Winter 1988:94–104
George, James L. Naval Arms Control: Mediums and Messages. Summer 1990:32–42
Hawkins, William R. Captain Mahan, Admiral Fisher and Arms Control at The Hague, 1899. January–February 1986:77–91
Holst, Johan Jorgen. Changing Northern European Views on Security Arms Control. Spring 1990:85–104
Korb, Lawrence J. The Arms Control Implications of the Carter Defense Budget. Fall 1978:3–16
Louscher, David J., and Michael D. Salomon. New Directions and New Problems for Arms Transfers Policy. January–February 1982:40–47
McKenzie, Bruce. Arms Control: A Naval Perspective. Winter 1990:87–89
Siegel, Adam B. “Just Say No !” The U.S. Navy and Arms Control: A Misguided Policy? Winter 1990:73–86
Tangredi, Sam J. Anti-Submarine Warfare and “Arms Control”: An Inevitable Collision? Winter 1989:66–85
Thornton, Richard C., and William H. Lewis. Arms Control and Heavy Missiles. January–February 1984:93–107
 
Asia. See Asia-Pacific Region, East Asia, Northeast Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Southwest Asia
 
Asia-Pacific Region
Auer, James. E., and Robyn Lim. The Maritime Basis of American Security in East Asia. Winter 2001:39–58
Banlaoi, Rommel C. Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: The Abu Sayyaf Threat. Autumn 2005:63–80
Bitzinger, Richard A. Come the Revolution: Transforming the Asia-Pacific’s Militaries. Autumn 2005:39–60
Dibb, Paul. Strategic Trends: Asia at a Crossroads. Winter 2001:22–38
Doyle, Michael K. The United States Navy: Strategy and Far Eastern Policy, 1931–1941. Winter 1977:52–60
Fifield, Russell H. U.S. Objectives and Treaty Organization in Asia and the Western Pacific. April 1966:4–15
Green, Michael J. Asia in the Debate on American Grand Strategy. Winter 2009:15–29
Greene, Fred. The Indian-Pakistan War and the Asian Power Balance. January–February 1973:16–34
Grubb, Michael C. Merchant Shipping in a Chinese Blockade of Taiwan. Winter 2007:81–102
Horrigan, Frederick J. Postwar International Relations: Problems and Conflicts in Asia. February 1968:27–34
Inman, Bobby R. Competition in the Pacific Basin. Winter 1987:28–35
Kennedy, William V. Moving West: The New Theater of Decision. Winter 1989:19–32
Lasater, Martin L. Strategic Trends in Asia: U.S. Policy toward Regional Communist States. Spring 1989:17–32
McGovern, William M. Future of the Far East. October 1952:1–48
Nishihara, Masashi. Maritime Cooperation in the Pacific: The United States and Its Partners. Summer 1987:37–41
Olsen, Edward A. The Maritime Strategy in the Western Pacific. Autumn 1987:38–49
Regala, Jesus L. Strategic and Economic Effects of the U.S.-China Rapprochement on the Philippines. July–August 1979:99–103
Selth, Andrew. Burma and Superpower Rivalries in the Asia-Pacific. Spring 2002:43–60
Rosen, Stephen Peter. Strategic Traditions for the Asia-Pacific Region. Winter 2001:15–21
Rostow, Walt W. U.S. Policy in the Far East–Free Asia. October 1955:21–42
Solomon, Richard H. The Pacific Basin: Dilemmas and Choices for American Security. Winter 1987:36–43
Tangredi, Sam J. Pacific Garrison or Contingency Force? Implications of the New National Security Strategy for the Marine Corps. Summer 1992:13–20
Thomas, Sea Sovereign. Engaging Oceania. Winter 2010:97–106
 
Asylum
Goldie, Louis F. E. Legal Aspects of the Refusal of Asylum by U.S. Coast Guard on 23 November 1970. May 1971:32–40
Mann, Clyde R. Asylum Denied: The Vigilant Incident. May 1971:4–31
 
Atlantic Ocean
Farrar-Hockley, Sir Anthony. The Influence of the Northern Flank upon the Mastery of the Sea. May–June 1982:4–14
Hanley, John T., Jr., and Robert S. Wood. The Maritime Role in the North Atlantic. November–December 1985:5–18
Samuel, Wolfgang W. E. Atlantic Passage: A Vital Guarantee for Deterrence and Survival. September–October 1981:98–104
Underwood, G. I. Soviet Threat to the Atlantic Sea Lines of Communications: Lessons Learned from the German Capture of Norway in 1940. May–June 1981:43–47
 
Atomic Energy
Parsons, William S. Problems and Prospects in Atomic Energy. December 1948:1–18
 
Australia
McCaffrie, Jack, and Chris Rahman. Australia’s 2009 Defense White Paper: A Maritime Focus for Uncertain Times. Winter 2010:61–74
 
Automation. See Electronic Data Processing
 
Balance of Payments
Dymsza, William A. The Balance of Payments Problem, the Dollar and United States Worldwide Responsibilities, Part I, January 1967:60–7; Part II, February 1967:108–46
Root, Franklin R. Britain’s Balance of Payments Problem and the Sterling Devaluation. March 1968:70–88
 
Balance of Power
Barrows, Walter L. A Multipolar 1984: Speculations on the Stability of a Balance of Power International System. March–April 1974:38–51
Irani, Robert G., and William O. Staudenmaier. Microstates and the Balance of Power in the Contemporary
International System. Summer 1978:76–96
Madison, Russell L. The War of Unengaged Forces-Superpowers at Sea in an Era of Competitive Coexistence. March–April 1979:82–94
McGovern, Thomas E., Jr. An Analysis of War. May 1968:31–59
McKenney, Edward A. Mutually Balanced Force Reductions: The Complex Problem. June 1972:29–41
Morgenthau, Hans J. Organization of a Power System: Unilateralism and the Balance of Power. February 1968:3–11
Nathan, James A. The Heyday of the Balance of Power: Frederick the Great and the Decline of the Old Regime. July–August 1980:53–67
Wolfers, Arnold. The Balance of Power in Theory and Practice. January 1959:1–20
 
Ballistic Missile Defense
Soofer, Robert M. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea. Spring 1994:60–71
Swicker, Charles C. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea: The Commander’s Perspective. Spring 1997:7–25
 
Baltic Region
Canfield, Jeffrey L. The Independent Baltic States: Maritime Security Implications. Autumn 1992:55–81
 
Baltic Sea
Jensen, Kurt B. The Baltic Sea in the Post–Cold War World. Autumn 1993:29–41
Jansson, C. Nils-Ove. The Baltic: A Sea of Contention. Summer 1988:47–61
Rau, Erwin M. Russia and the Baltic Sea: 1920–1970. September 1970:23–30
 
Baltic States
Canfield, Jeffrey L. The Independent Baltic States: Maritime Security Implications. Autumn 1992:55–81
 
Bangladesh
Shafiq-ur-Rahman. Disaster in Bangladesh: A Multinational Relief Effort. Winter 1993:59–72
 
Basing
Harkavy, Robert E. Thinking about Basing. Summer 2005:13–42
Smith, Arthur M., and Harold R. Bohman. Medical Command and Control in Sea-Based Operations. Summer 2006:53–71
Tangredi, Sam J. Sea Basing: Concept, Issues, and Recommendations. Autumn 2011:28–41
 
Behaviorism
Meeker, Quentin S. The Commander and Individual Behavior. April 1970:39–44
 
Beira Patrol
Mobley, Richard. The Beira Patrol: Britain’s Broken Blockade against Rhodesia. Winter 2002:63–84
 
Bering Sea
McNeill, John H. American’s Maritime Boundary with the Soviet Union. Summer 1991:46–57
 
Berlin
Harsch, Joseph C. The Berlin Situation. November 1948:13–25
Somit, Albert. The Historical and Geopolitical Aspects of the Berlin Crisis. November 1961:22–38
 
Bin Laden, Osama (Usama)
Hashim, Ahmed S. The World according to Usama Bin Laden. Autumn 2001:11–36
 
Black Sea
Sanders, Deborah. U.S. Naval Diplomacy in the Black Sea: Sending Mixed Messages. Summer 2007:61–72
 
Blacks in the Military
Bates, Robert G. Problems in Recruiting Blacks for the Service Academies: A Perspective. July–August 1973:54–63
Cressy, Peter H., and Louis R. Desfosses. Developing an Alternative Approach to Race Relations Education: Identifying Military Middle Management Resistance. July–August 1974:58–68
Little, Roger D., and Raymond F. Turner. Non-Caucasian Recruiting and the Occupational Structure of the Navy. March–April 1974:74–85
Podell, Lawrence. Understanding Race Relations as an Aspect of the Management of Military Personnel. May–June 1974:67–73
 
Blockade
Barnett, Roger W. Technology and Naval Blockade: Past Impact and Future Prospects. Summer 2005:87–98
Farrant, James. The Gaza Flotilla Incident and the Modern Law of Blockade. Summer 2013:81–98
McNulty, James F. Blockade: Evolution and Expectation. October 1966:65–98
Miller, William O. Belligerency and Limited War. January 1969:19–27
Thomas, Walter R. Pacific Blockade: A Lost Opportunity of the 1930’s? November 1966:36–42
MacLean L. Bomber Offensive. May 1949:21–37
 
Bosnia
Ash, Lawrence N. Wilderness Guide: Intelligence for the Commander in Bosnia. Summer 1996:30–41
Gentry, John A. Complex Civil-Military Operations: A U.S. Military-centric Perspective. Autumn 2000:57–76
 
Bougainville
Fuquea, David C. Bougainville: The Amphibious Assault Enters Maturity. Winter 1997:104–21
 
Brazil
de la Fuente, Pedro Luis. Confidence-Building Measures in the Southern Cone: A Model for Regional Stability. Winter 1997:36–65
 
Britain. See United Kingdom
 
Buell, Thomas B.
Chisholm, Donald. Thomas B. Buell: Sailor and Scholar. Autumn 2003:133–35
 
Bureaucracy
Farrell, William R. Bureaucracy is Not a Four-Letter Word. Spring 1987:84–90
Schweikart, Larry, and D. Douglas Dalgleish. The Trident Submarine in Bureaucratic Perspective. March–April 1984:100–11
 
Burma
Selth, Andrew. Burma and Superpower Rivalries in the Asia-Pacific. Spring 2002:43–60
 
Business Practice
Geary, Patrick J. The Perils of Paperless: Some Questions about the Latest Defense Business Trend. Summer 2001:152–56
 
Canada
Kennedy, Greg C. The Canadian-American Alliance, 1955–1988: Some Maritime Considerations. Autumn 1993:75–95
Lund, Wilfred G. D.
The Royal Canadian Navy’s Quest for Autonomy in the North West Atlantic: 1941–43. May–June 1980:73–92
Canada and Its Navy. Summer 1998:117–21
Maddison, Paul A. Strategic Trust and Cooperation. Autumn 2012:7–15
McFadden, Dean. The Canadian Navy and Canada’s National Interests in This Maritime Century.” Autumn 2010:49–55
McLean, Douglas M. Confronting Technological and Tactical Change: Allied Antisubmarine Warfare in the Last Year of the Battle of the Atlantic. Winter 1994:87–104
Mitchell. Paul T. Small Navies and Network-centric Warfare: Is There a Role? Spring 2003:83–99
Richter, Andrew C. “Alongside the Best”? The Future of the Canadian Forces. Winter 2003:67–107
Spearin, Christopher. A Private Security Solution to Somali Piracy? The U.S. Call for Private Security Engagement and the Implications for Canada. Autumn 2010:56–71
 
Caribbean Region
Griffith, Ivelaw L. Caribbean Geopolitics and Geonarcotics: New Dynamics, Same Old Dilemma. Spring 1998:47–67
 
Caribbean Sea
Fenton, Robert. Caribbean Coast Guard: A Regional Approach. March–April 1984:26–40
Roberts, Jack L. The Growing Soviet Naval Presence in the Caribbean: Its Politico-Military Impact upon the United States. June 1971:31–42
Trainor, John C. Naval Option for the Caribbean: The U.S. Coast Guard. March–April 1983:31–39
Yerxa, Donald A. The Special Service Squadron and the Caribbean Region, 1920–1940: A Case Study in Naval Diplomacy. Autumn 1986:60–72
 
Casualties
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
Lacquement, Richard A., Jr. The Casualty-Aversion Myth. Winter 2004:39–57
Grunawalt, Richard J. Hospital Ships in the War on Terror: Sanctuaries or Targets? Winter 2005:89–119
Smith, Arthur M. Care Delayed Is Care Denied! Casualty Handling in Littoral Operations. Autumn 1999:109–21
Smith, Arthur M., and Craig Hooper. The Mosquito Can Be More Dangerous than the Mortar Round: The Obligations of Command. Winter 2005:77–87
 
Cebrowski, Arthur K.
Blaker, James. Arthur K. Cebrowski: A Retrospective. Spring 2006:129–45
 
Center of Gravity
Echevarria, Antulio J., II. Clausewitz’s Center of Gravity: It’s Not What We Thought. Winter 2003:108–23
Harley, Jeffrey A. Information, Technology, and the Center of Gravity. Winter 1997:66–87
 
Central America
Guran, M. Elizabeth. Arms Interdiction and the U.S. Navy: Prospects in Central America. Autumn 1986:73–87
Neves, Juan Carlos. The Argentine Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in the Gulf of Fonseca. Winter 1994:40–67
 
Central Asia
Boyer, Alan Lee. U.S. Foreign Policy in Central Asia: Risks, Ends, and Means. Winter 2006:91–117
 
Chile
de la Fuente, Pedro Luis. Confidence-Building Measures in the Southern Cone: A Model for Regional Stability. Winter 1997:36–65
Zackrison, James L., and James E. Meason. Chile, Mar Presencial, and the Law of the Sea. Summer 1997:65–85
 
China
Ashbrook, Arthur G. The Economy of Communist China: Its Present Status and Its Future Prospects. December 1960:18–38
Beaulieu, Reo A. Canton Government and American Reaction, 1921–1925. February 1968:35–55
Bernier, Justin, and Stuart Gold. China’s Closing Window of Opportunity. Summer 2003:72–95
Collins, Gabriel, Andrew Erickson, Lyle Goldstein, and William Murray. Chinese Evaluations of the U.S. Navy Submarine Force. Winter 2008:68–86
Dutton, Peter.
Carving Up the East China Sea. Spring 2007:49–72
Three Disputes and Three Objectives: China and the South China Sea. Autumn 2011:42–67
Erickson, Andrew S. Assessing the New U.S. Maritime Strategy: A Window into Chinese Thinking. Autumn 2008:35–53
Erickson, Andrew S., and Gabriel B. Collins. China’s Oil Security Pipe Dream: The Reality, and
Strategic Consequences, of Seaborne Imports. Spring 2010:89–111
Erickson, Andrew S., Abraham M. Denmark, and Gabriel Collins. Beijing’s “Starter Carrier” and Future Steps: Alternatives and Implications. Winter 2012:15–54
Erickson, Andrew S., and Lyle J. Goldstein.
China’s Future Nuclear Submarine Force: Insights from Chinese Writings. Winter 2007:55–79
Gunboats for China’s New “Grand Canals”? Probing the Intersection of Beijing’s Naval and Oil Security Policies. Spring 2009:43–76
Erickson, Andrew S., and Andrew R. Wilson. China’s Aircraft Carrier Dilemma. Autumn 2006:12–45
Erickson, Andrew S., and David D. Yang. Using the Land to Control the Sea? Chinese Analysts Consider the Antiship Ballistic Missile. Autumn 2009:53–86
Fairbank, John K. China’s Future. February 1950:17–39
Gregor, A. James. Qualified Engagement: U.S. China Policy and Security Concerns. Spring 1999:69–88
Hagt, Eric, and Matthew Durnin. China’s Antiship Ballistic Missile: Developments and Missing Links. Autumn 2009:87–115
Hofstedt, Todd A. China in Africa: An AFRICOM Response. Summer 2009:79–100
Holmes, James R., and Toshi Yoshihara.
Taiwan: Melos or Pylos? Summer 2005:43–61
China and the United States in the Indian Ocean: An Emerging Strategic Triangle? Summer 2008:41–60
Hoyler, Marshall. China’s “Antiaccess” Ballistic Missiles and U.S. Active Defense. Autumn 2010:84–105
Johnson-Freese, Joan.
China’s Manned Space Program: Sun Tzu or Apollo Redux? Summer 2003:51–71
Space Wei Qi: The Launch of Shenzhou V. Spring 2004:121–45
Kenny, Henry J. The South China Sea: A Dangerous Ground. Summer 1996:96–108
Kollmorgen, Leland S. Communist China’s Thrust for Power. June 1966:56–109
Kostecka, Daniel J.
Places and Bases: The Chinese Navy’s Emerging Support Network in the Indian Ocean. Winter 2011:59–78
From the Sea: PLA Doctrine and the Employment of Sea-Based Airpower. Summer 2011:11–30
China’s Aerospace Power Trajectory in the Near Seas. Summer 2012:105–21
Li, Nan, and Christopher Weuve. China’s Aircraft Carrier Ambitions: An Update. Winter 2010:13–31
Lu Rude. The New U.S. Maritime Strategy Surfaces. Autumn 2008:54–61
McDonald,  Scott D., Brock Jones, and Jason M. Frazee. Phase Zero: How China Exploits It, Why the United States Does Not. Summer 2012:123–35
McVadon, Eric A.
China: An Opponent or an Opportunity? Autumn 1996:75–92
China’s Maturing Navy. Spring 2006:90–107
Medeiros, Evan S. The New Security Drama in East Asia: The Responses of U.S. Allies and Security Partners to China’s Rise. Autumn 2009:37–52
Muller, David, G., Jr. The Politics of the Chinese People’s Republic Navy. Spring 1975:32–51
Murray, William S., and Gabriel B. Collins. No Oil for the Lamps of China? Spring 2008:79–95
Pizinger, Donald D. Mainland China as a Potential Seapower. April 1970:45–53
Porch, Douglas. The Taiwan Strait Crisis of 1996: Strategic Implications for the United States Navy. Summer 1999:15–48
Pradun, Vitaliy O. From Bottle Rockets to Lightning Bolts: China’s Missile-Centric Strategy and PLA Strategy against Military Intervention. Spring 2011:7–38
Rahman, Chris. Defending Taiwan, and Why It Matters. Autumn 2001:69–94
Rainwater, Shiloh. Race to the North: China’s Arctic Strategy and Its Implications. Spring 2013:62–82
Sargent, Clyde B. The Chinese Mind: A Probing and Exploration. January 1972:41–49
Schwartz, Harry. The Economy of the People’s Republic of China. January 1966:24–36
Storey, Ian, and You Ji. China’s Aircraft Carrier Ambitions: Seeking Truth from Rumors. Winter 2004:77–93
Studeman, Michael. Calculating China’s Advances in the South China Sea: Identifying the Triggers of “Expansionism.” Spring 1998:68–90
Su Hao. The U.S. Maritime Strategy’s New Thinking: Reviewing the “Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower.” Autumn 2008:68–71
Truver, Scott C. Taking Mines Seriously: Mine Warfare in China’s Near Seas. Spring 2012:30–66
Tsiang, Tingfu F. The Problems of China. December 1949:37–53
Wang Baofu. The U.S. Military’s “Maritime Strategy” and Future Transformation. Autumn 2008:62–67
Wang Wei. Translated by Danling Cacioppo. The Effect of Tactical Ballistic Missiles on the Maritime Strategy of China. Summer 2008:133–40
Weitz, Richard. Why Russia and China Have Not Formed an Anti-American Alliance. Autumn 2003:39–61
Wood, Piers M., and Charles D. Ferguson. How China Might Invade Taiwan. Autumn 2001:55–68
Wu Zhengyu. Toward “ Land” or toward “ Sea”? The High-Speed Railway and China’s Grand Strategy. Summer 2013:53–66
Xu, Qi. Translated by Andrew S. Erickson and Lyle J. Goldstein. Maritime Geostrategy and the Development of the Chinese Navy in the Early Twenty-first Century. Autumn 2006:47–67
Yoshihara, Toshi. Chinese Missile Strategy and the U.S. Naval Presence in Japan: The Operational View from Beijing. Summer 2010:39–62
Zalamea, Ulysses O. Eagles and Dragons at Sea: The Inevitable Strategic Collision between the United States and China. Autumn 1996:62–74
 
China—Armed Forces
Bi, Jianxiang. Managing Taiwan Operations in the Twenty-first Century: Issues and Options. Autumn 1999:30–58
Cathey, Kenneth C. Who Is the Commissar: Political Officers in the Chinese Communist Army. November 1971:55–72
Erickson, Andrew S., Abraham M. Denmark, and Gabriel Collins. Beijing’s “Starter Carrier” and Future Steps: Alternatives and Implications. Winter 2012:15–54
Huang, Alexander Chieh-cheng. The Chinese Navy’s Offshore Active Defense Strategy: Conceptualization and Implications. Summer 1994:7–32
Kostecka, Daniel J. Places and Bases: The Chinese Navy’s Emerging Support Network in the Indian Ocean. Winter 2011:59–78
Smith, E. D. Jr. The Dragon Goes to Sea. Summer 1991:38–45
Truver, Scott C. Taking Mines Seriously: Mine Warfare in China’s Near Seas. Spring 2012:30–66
 
China—Foreign Relations
Chen, King. The Foreign Policy of the People’s Republic of China: Goals and Tactics. March 1967:84–97
Creekman, Charles T. Sino-Soviet Competition in the Yemens. July–August 1979:73–82
Dewitt, Duane D. Nationalism versus Communism in Chinese Foreign Policy. January 1968:55–81
DiGrocco, James U. The Bidding for Mongolia. June 1964:16–76
Ealy, Lawrence O. Colonialism in the Twentieth Century. September 1966:61–70
Eckman, Michael E. The 1945 Soviet Manchurian Campaign: A Model for Sino-Soviet War. July–August 1974:81–89
Fairbank, John K. China’s Future. February 1950:17–39
Hartmann, Frederick H. The Meaning and Implication of the Sino-Soviet Split. November 1967:14–28
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B. Cold War Operations: The Politics of Communist Confrontation: Part III, the Sino-Soviet Split. January 1968:44–54
Kostecka, Daniel J. Places and Bases: The Chinese Navy’s Emerging Support Network in the Indian Ocean. Winter 2011:59–78
Landes, Burrell H. Sino-Soviet Relations since the Death of Mao Zedong. September–October 1979:29–48
Martinez, Lucian C. Communist China’s Policy toward Latin America. March 1970:79–98
Meyers, Bruce F. Thailand: Peking’s Next Rural Base Area in Encirclement. June 1967:23–51
Michael, James R. The Sino-Soviet Military Alliance. October 1964:15–52
Platte, William A. Peking, Moscow, and the SALT Talks. May 1970:93–111
Reinhardt, William C. A Theory on the Sino-Soviet Conflict and Polycentrism. October 1963:15–53
Rogers, Philippe D. China and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in Africa. Spring 2007:73–93
Rupen, Robert A. Sino-Soviet Conflict: Report on Sino-Soviet Conflict and Its Implications. September 1965:63–72
Sargent, Clyde B. World Outlook and Foreign Policy of Communist China. June 1970:29–35
Shelton, L. G., Jr. The Sino-Soviet Split: The Horn of Africa, November 1977 to February 1979. May–June 1979:78–87
Stauffer, Joseph R. Sino-Indian Border Dispute: 1962. May 1967:81–117
 
China—History
Beauheu, Reo A. Canton Government and American Reaction: 1921–1925. February 1968:35–55
Kollmorgen, Leland S. Communist China’s Thrust for Power. June 1966:56–109
Sargent, Clyde B. The Chinese Mind: A Probing and Exploration. January 1972:41–49
Walker, Richard L. The People’s Republic of China in Historical Perspective. April 1964:1–15
 
China (Republic of). See Taiwan
 
Civil Defense
Spear, Ralph E. Emergency Planning. September 1962:23–38
 
Civil-Military Operations
Gentry, John A. Complex Civil-Military Operations: A U.S. Military-centric Perspective. Autumn 2000:57–76
 
Civil-Military Relations
Barber, James A., Jr. Britain and France: The Officer Corps and Civil-Military Relations. December 1969:17–28
Bates, Richard W. Communist Party Control in the Soviet Navy. October 1967:3–42
Broedling, Laurie A., Alan W. Lau, and Arthur Newman. The Relationship between Senior Navy Civilian and Military Executives. November–December 1981:78–89
Caron, Gerald C. Soviet Civil-Military Relations: Conflict and Collaboration among Comrades. December 1971:65–93
Cathey, Kenneth C. Who Is the Commissar: Political Officers in the Chinese Communist Army. November 1971:55–72
Clifford, George M., III. Duty at All Costs. Winter 2007:103–28
Corson, William R. Toward a Concept of Military Domestic Action. April 1972:15–26
Cosper, Ronald. Recent Research on the Military in Society. Winter 1978:119–27
Garofano, John. Deciding on Military Intervention: What Is the Role of Senior Military Leaders? Spring 2000:40–64
Gentry, John A. Complex Civil-Military Operations: A U.S. Military-centric Perspective. Autumn 2000:57–76
Harsch, Joseph C. The Place of the Armed Forces in the Making of National Strategy. June 1952:25–47
Jackson, George L. Constraints of the Negro Civil Rights Movement on American Military Effectiveness: A Survey. January 1970:100–107
Kohn, Richard H. The Erosion of Civilian Control of the Military in the United States Today. Summer 2002:9–60
Leber, Theodore T., Jr. The Genesis of Antimilitarism on the College Campus: A Contemporary Case Study of Student Protest. November 1970:58–99
Millis, Walter. Place of the Armed Forces in the Making of National Strategy. June 1953:1–22
Nix, Dayne E. American Civil-Military Relations: Samuel P. Huntington and the Political Dimensions of Military Professionalism. Spring 2012:88–104
Owens, Mackubin Thomas.
Rumsfeld, the Generals, and the State of U.S. Civil-Military Relations. Autumn 2006:68–80
What Military Officers Need to Know about Civil-Military Relations. Spring 2012:67–87
Platt, Jonas M. Military Civic Action. April 1970:29–36
Rather, Dan. Honest Brokers of Information. Autumn 1995:34–42
Robinson, William H., Jr. An Element of International Affairs: The Military Mind. November 1970:4–15
Rosser, Richard F. American Civil-Military Relations in the 1980’s. June 1972:6–23
Schratz, Paul R., and Francis X. Winter s. Military Ethics in the United States: Closing the Gap between Civilian and Military. September–October 1979:102–109
Stavridis, James. The Tale of the Red Knight. Autumn 2001:141–48
Stover, William J. National Defense and Citizen Participation in Sweden: The Citizen Army in an Open Society. Fall 1975:97–99
Webb, James H., Jr. An Appropriate Use of Force. Winter 1988:20–26
Williams, James L. Revolution from Within: Changing Military Perspectives in Peru. November–December 1972:43–60
 
Civil Rights
Jackson, George L. Constraints of the Negro Civil Rights Movement on American Military Effectiveness: A Survey. January 1970:100–107
Sohn, Louis B. International Law and Basic Human Rights. March 1970:52–63
 
Clausewitz, Karl von
Echevarria, Antulio J., II. Clausewitz’s Center of Gravity: It’s Not What We Thought. Winter 2003:108–23
Gibbs, Norman H. Clausewitz on the Moral Forces in War. January–February 1975:15–22
Handel, Michael I. Corbett, Clausewitz, and Sun Tzu. Autumn 2000:106–23
King, James E. On Clausewitz: Master Theorist of War. Fall 1977:3–36
Langston, Alex T. Clausewitz: His Philosophy on War and His Effect on Modern Strategy. February 1963:1–22
Simpson, B. M., III. The Essential Clausewitz. March–April 1982:54–61 Summer s, Harry G., Jr. Clausewitz and Strategy Today. March–April 1983:40–46
Swain, Richard M. “The Hedgehog and the Fox”: Jomini, Clausewitz, and History. Autumn 1990:98–109
Tashjean, John E.
Clausewitz: Naval and Other Considerations. May–June 1986:51–58
The Transatlantic Clausewitz 1952–1982. November–December 1982:69–86
Thibault, Edward A. War as a Collapse of Policy: A Critical Evaluation of Clausewitz. May–June 1973:42–56
 
Climate Change
Antrim, Caitlyn L. The Next Geographical Pivot: The Russian Arctic in the Twenty-first Century. Summer 2010:15–38
Titley, David W., and Courtney C. St. John. Arctic Security Considerations and the U.S. Navy’s Roadmap for the Arctic. Spring 2010:35–48
 
Coalitions
Claude, Inis L., Jr. The New International Security Order: Changing Concepts. Winter 1994:9–17
Danzik, Wayne. Coalition Forces in the Korean War. Autumn 1994:25–39
McCarthy, James P. Commanding Joint and Coalition Operations. Winter 1993:9–21
Neves, Juan Carlos. Interoperability in Multinational Coalitions: Lessons from the Persian Gulf War. Winter 1995:50–62
Oswald, Sir Julian. U.N. Maritime Operations: Realities, Problems, and Possibilities. Autumn 1993:124–29
Rahn, Werner. Japan and Germany, 1941–1943: No Common Objective, No Common Plans, No Basis of Trust. Summer 1993:47–68
Siegel, Adam B.
Naval Forces in Support of International Sanctions: The Beira Patrol. Autumn 1992:102–104
Enforcing Sanctions: A Growth Industry. Autumn 1993:130–34
 
Code of Conduct
Hitchens, Harold L. Factors Involved in a Review of the Code of Conduct for the Armed Forces. Winter 1978:47–70
 
Coercion
Bratton, Patrick C. When Is Coercion Successful? And Why Can’t We Agree on It? Summer 2005:99–120
 
Colbert, Richard G.
Hattendorf, John B. Admiral Richard G. Colbert: Pioneer in Building Global Maritime Partnerships. Summer 2008:109–30
 
Cold War
Angevine, Robert G. Hiding in Plain Sight: The U.S. Navy and Dispersed Operations under EMCON, 1956–1972. Spring 2011:79–95
Baldwin, Gordon B. The International Law of Armed Forces Abroad. November 1965:6–20
Baruch, Bernard M.
Present and Future National Objectives. May 1950:1–11
America’s Problems, Present and Future. September 1951:19–32
Best, Richard A., Jr. The United States, Great Britain and the Cold War 1944–1947.November–December 1981:97–99
Børresen, Jacob. Alliance Naval Strategies and Norway in the Final Years of the Cold War. Spring 2011:97–115
Bouchard, Joseph F. Guarding the Cold War Ramparts: The U.S. Navy’s Role in Continental Air Defense. Summer 1999:111–35
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
Carney, Robert B. Role of the Navy in a Future War. June 1954:1–14
Donovan, William J. Strategic Services in “Cold War.” September 1953:31–42
Eliot, George F. Current U.S. Military Strategy. April 1959:15–31
Gaddis, John L. The Cold War: Some Lessons for Policymakers. November–December 1974:2–15
Goldstein, Lyle J., and Yuri M. Zhukov. A Tale of Two Fleets: A Russian Perspective on the 1973
Naval Standoff in the Mediterranean. Spring 2004:27–63
Grabb, Robert C. The Status of Armed Forces Abroad. January 1956:85–98
Gray, Colin S. Targeting Problems for Central War. January–February 1980:3–21
Gyorgy, Andrew. Titoism and the Cold War. October 1959:1–23
Hanley, John T., Jr. Creating the 1980s Maritime Strategy and Implications for Today. Spring 2014:11–29
Harsch, Joseph C. Contemporary Foreign Policy in Historical Perspective. November–December 1972:10–19
Hartmann, Frederick H. The Detente Debate. Summer 1977:33–40
Hauner, Milan L. Stalin’s Big-Fleet Program. Spring 2004:87–120
Hopper, Bruce C. Outlook for Western Civilization. September 1950:19–38
Jackson, Henry M. The Strategic Implications of the Current World Situation. September 1966:1–7
Kemp, Geoffrey, and Harlan Ullman. Towards a New Order of U.S. Maritime Policy. Summer 1977:98–114
Kennedy, William V. Moving West: The New Theater of Decision. Winter 1989:19–32
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Cold War Operations: The Politics of Communist Confrontation: Part I,
Marx and His Followers. November 1967:3–11; Part II, A Brief History of Cold War. December 1967:50–59; Part III, The Sino-Soviet Split. January 1968:44–54; Part IV, The Communist Control System. February 1968:12–21; Part V, The Cuban Case History. March 1968:30–42; Part VI, Vietnam. April 1968:40–47; Part VII, The Intelligence Organization. May 1968:61–70; Part VIII, Communism in Latin America. June 1968:3–10; Part IX, Communism in Africa. September 1968:33–42; Part X, Communism in the Near East and South Asia. October 1968:110–15; Part XI, Communism in Asia. November 1968:57–63; Part XII, Communism in World Affairs. December 1968:16–26
Langer, William L. American Objectives. September 1952:13–30A
Lasher, David Brian. U.S. Combat Forces in Germany: Mission Accomplished. Autumn 1991:66–83
Long, William F., Jr.
Four Characteristics of the U.S. Army. January 1966:42–46
Solzhenitsyn in Harvard Yard: An Old Believer Spoke from the New World. February 1979:88–92
Madison, Russell L. The War of Unengaged Forces: Superpowers at Sea in an Era of Competitive Coexistence. March–April 1979:82–94
Marshall, Charles B. Three Powers: Two Oceans. Winter 1978:9–20
Morris, Robert K. Clientism Unbound: America and the Tactics of Third World Security. May–June 1981:75–82
Moss, Richard N. The United States: Preeminent Sea Power. February 1963:23–41
Myer, Allan A. The Balance in Central Europe: Reflections through the Soviet Prism. November–December 1980:15–43
Nathan, James A. Exploiting American Vulnerabilities. July–August 1979:39–50
Nitze, Paul H.
An Address. September 1964:1–9; repr. Winter 1998:39–45
United States Global Strategy. September 1965:1–18
Norton, Augustus R. Myopic Visions of the Arms Race: The Immortality of Metaphors. Fall 1978:48–53
NSC-68: A Report to the National Security Council. May–June 1975:51–108
Pace, Frank. American Strategy: Goals and Tactics. December 1962:17–27
Perkins, Dexter. The Position of the United States in the International Political System. March 1956:1–23
Roberts, John M., and Thomas V. Golder. Navy and Polity: A 1963 Baseline. November 1970:30–41
Rosenberg, David A. The U.S. Navy and the Problem of Oil in a Future War: The Outline of a
Strategic Dilemma, 1945–1950. Summer 1976:53–64
Rostow, Eugene V. Violent Peace and the Management of Power: Dilemmas and Choices in U.S.
Policy. Winter 1988:4–19
Rostow, Walt W.
The Challenge Facing the United States. December 1954:21–38
U.S. Policy in the Far East–Communist China. October 1955:1–19
Lines of U.S. Action in the Far East. October 1955:43–59
The Challenge Facing the United States. November 1956:21–42
Will We Snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory? September 1971:3–8
Rubinstein, Alvin A. The Soviet Union’s Foreign Policy Environment to the Year 2000. Summer 1987:19–36
Schroeder, Paul. The “Balance of Power” System in Europe, 1815–1871. March–April 1975:18–31
Smith, Thomas V. Ideology of the West. February 1955:1–20
Thornton, Richard C. Toward a New Equilibrium? Tripolar Politics, 1964–1976. Winter 1977:3–18
Tokarev, Maksim Y. Kamikazes: The Soviet Legacy. Winter 2014:61–84
Uhlig, Frank, Jr.
The Opportunity and the Challenge Facing the Navy. February 1971:21–24
Some Speculations on the Navy at the End of the 1970’s. May 1972:9–15
Walker, Richard L. Asia in Perspective. April 1968:30–39
Watson, Thomas J., Jr. Perilous Days: Tempered Solutions. July–August 1983:50–56
Wilkerson, Lawrence B. The Military in the Post-Vietnam Era: A Search for Relevance. May–June 1983:72–85
Wolf, George W. Private Enterprise and Its Place in the World Struggle. September 1953:63–68
Wolfowitz, Paul D. Preserving Nuclear Peace. March–April 1983:69–80
Wriston, Henry M. The Ideology of the West. September 1954:1–25
Yarmolinsky, Adam. The American Military Role and Responsibility. July–August 1974:17–24
Zurcher, Arnold J. The Economic Capabilities of the Western Bloc. January 1960:15–34
 
Combined Operations. See Coalitions
 
COMECON (Council for Mutual Economic Assistance)
Herman, Leon M. The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance: Strengths and Weaknesses. May 1964:15–36
 
Command
Alexander, Richard G. Command and Decision. June 1962:18–42
Anderson, Paul R. Operational Communication Planning. December 1952:31–47
Beaumont, Roger A. Command Method: A Gap in Military Historiography. Winter 1979:61–74
Burke, Arleigh A. The Art of Command. June 1972:24–28
Carney, Robert B.
The Gray Areas of Command and Decision. September 1961:1–16
Evolutionary Aspects of Command. September 1963:1–15
Chisholm, Donald. Negotiated Command Relationships: Korean War Amphibious Operations, 1950. Spring 2000:65–124
Clagett, John. Admiral H. Kent Hewitt, U.S. Navy: Part I, Preparing for High Command. Summer 1975:72–86; Part II, High Command. Fall 1975:60–86
Conolly, Richard L. Exercise of Command. November 1955:1–24
Eccles, Henry E. The TFX F-111 Aircraft: A Perspective in Military Command and Defense Management. April 1971:66–87
Gatchel, Theodore L. Can a Battle Be Lost in the Mind of the Commander? January–February 1985:96–99
King, Ernest J. Admiral Ernest J. King on the Exercise of Command. Winter 1976:93–96
Mack, William P. Public Affairs and Command. May 1966:1–12
Miller, Gerald E. Public Law and the Military Commander: Responsibility and Authority. October 1971:21–26
O’Connor, Raymond G. Reflection on the Characteristics of a Commander. October 1968:37–43
Palmer, Michael A. Lord Nelson: Master of Command. Winter 1988:105–16
Smedberg, William R. Leadership and the Military Commander. June 1963:26–36
Snyder, Frank M. Command and Control and Uncertainty. March–April 1979:109–13
Sorley, Lewis. The War Managers: Problems of Competence, Integrity, and Leadership. Summer 1978:106–11
 
Command Networks
Bodnar, John W., and Rebecca Dengler. The Emergence of a Command Network. Autumn 1996:93–107
 
Commerce Warfare
Peifer, Douglas C. Maritime Commerce Warfare: The Coercive Response of the Weak? Spring 2013:83–109
 
Common Market. See European Union
 
Communications
Anderson, Paul R. Operational Communication Planning. December 1952:31–47
Bodner, Eric R. Signals and Sealift: Merchant Ship Communications Security. Winter 1994:111–16
Delaney, Robert F. Communications, Subversion and Public Diplomacy: The View from NATO. Winter 1977:73–78
 
Communism
Amaral, Jose M. Meeting the Threat of Communism in the Western Hemisphere. September 1968:3–32
Buehl, Louis H. Marxist Nation Building in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. February 1970:85–101
Burnham, James
Philosophy of Communism. March 1952:57–79
The Theory and Strategy of Communism. February 1953:1–37
Donovan, William J. Strategic Services in “Cold War.” September 1953:31–42
Dragnich, Alex N. Communism in Theory and Practice. February 1960:1–17
Fainsod, Merle
Rise of Soviet Power. March 1952:81–104
The Rise of Soviet Power. March 1954:1–18
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Cold War Operations: the Politics of Communist Confrontation Part I,
Marx and His Followers. November 1967:3–11; Part II, A Brief History of Cold War. December 1967:50–59; Part III, The Sino-Soviet Split. January 1968:44–54; Part IV, Communist Control System. February 1968:12–21; Part V, The Cuban Case History. March 1968:30–42; Part VI, Vietnam. April 1968:40–47; Part VII, The Intelligence Organization. May 1968:61–70; Part VIII, Communism in Latin America. June 1968:3–10; Part IX, Communism in Africa. September 1968:33–42; Part X, Communism in the Near East and South Asia. October 1968:110–15; Part XI, Communism in Asia. November 1968:57–63; Part XII, Communism in World Affairs. December 1968:16–26
Rowe, David N. Communism in China. April 1960:23–43
Rutter Mattos, Alfredo E. The OAS and Communism in Latin America. September 1967:29–52
Spellman, Francis Cardinal. The Communist Menace. September 1958:1–14
Walsh, Warren B. Communist Strategy and Tactics. March 1961:21–40
Wolfe, Bertram D. Spirit of Titoism. March 1952:105–31
 
Conferences and Conventions
Fox, F. Harold. How to Run a Conference. November 1950:1–11
Gibbs, Norman H. The Naval Conferences of the Interwar Years: A Study in Anglo-American Relations. Summer 1977:50–63
 
Confidence-Building Measures
de la Fuente, Pedro Luis. Confidence-Building Measures in the Southern Cone: A Model for Regional Stability. Winter 1997:36–65
Kim, Duk-Ki. Cooperative Maritime Security in Northeast Asia. Winter 1999:53–77
 
Conflict
Claude, Inis L., Jr. The United States and Changing Approaches to National Security and World Order. Summer 1995:46–61
Hanley, John T. Implications of the Changing Nature of Conflict for the Submarine Force. Autumn 1993:9–28
Larson, Charles R. Personal Reflections on the Use of Military Force and Its Relevance to National Security Strategy. Winter 1995:83–90
 
Congress
Bader, William B. Congress and National Strategy. February 1970:9–18
Baker, Brent. National Defense and the Congressional Role. July–August 1982:4–15
Bok, Sissela. Secrets and Deception: Implications for the Military. March–April 1985:73–80
Byrd, Harry F., Jr. The Outlook in the Senate for Advice and Consent. October 1970:4–10
Clark, Wesley K. The Best and the Brightest: A Critique. July–August 1973:42–53
Korb, Lawrence J.
Congressional Impact on Defense Spending, 1962–1973: The Programmatic and Fiscal Hypotheses. November–December 1973:49–62
An Analysis of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. Spring 1977:40–52
Rivlin, Alice M. Systematic Analysis of Defense Issues: The Role of the Congress. Autumn 1988:6–14
 
Constitution (U.S.)
Fehlings, Gregory E. America’s First Limited War. Summer 2000:101–43
Hall, David L. The Constitution and Presidential War Making against Libya. Summer 1989:3–45
Rohr, John A. Constitutional Foundations of the United States Navy: Text and Context. Winter 1992:68–84
 
Constitution (USS)
Gilkerson, William, and Tyrone Martin. The Artist, the Historian, and the USS Constitution. Summer 1997:115–22
 
Continental Defense
Bouchard, Joseph F. Guarding the Cold War Ramparts: The U.S. Navy’s Role in Continental Air
Defense. Summer 1999:111–35
Fought, Stephen O. SDI: A Policy Analysis. November–December 1985:59–95
 
Continental Shelf
Alvarez, Jose A. Strategic Implications of Continental Shelves. November 1969:48–68
 
Cooperative Security
Kim, Duk-Ki. Cooperative Maritime Security in Northeast Asia. Winter 1999:53–77
 
Corbett, Sir Julian
Handel, Michael I. Corbett, Clausewitz, and Sun Tzu. Autumn 2000:106–23
Klein, John J. Corbett in Orbit: A Maritime Model for Strategic Space Theory. Winter 2004:59–74
 
Counterinsurgency
Conley, Michael C. The Strategy of Communist-Directed Insurgency and the Conduct of Counterinsurgency. May 1969:73–93
Delaney, Robert F. Reflections on Political Communication and Insurgency. December 1969:3–9
Fall, Bernard B. The Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency. April 1965:21–38; repr. Winter 1998:46–57
Hogg, James F. Legal Aspects of Counterinsurgency. February 1966:3–19
Long, William F., Jr. Counterinsurgency Revisited. November 1968:4–10
A Perspective of Counterinsurgency in Three Dimensions: Tradition, Legitimacy, Visibility. February 1970:19–25
Pierson, Earl F. The United States Role in Counterinsurgency. January–February 1973:88–99
Shazo, Thomas E. de. U.S. Counterinsurgency Assistance to Rural Vietnam in 1964. March 1967:40–83
Somit, Albert. Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency. October 1962:44–56
States, Louis A. Student Solution to Exercise A, Installment One Extension Course in Counterinsurgency. November 1963:18–28
 
Criminal Jurisdiction
Abel, Christopher A. Controlling the Big Stick: Theodore Roosevelt and the Cuban Crisis of 1906. Summer 1987:88–98
Caldwell, Dan. 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
Grabb, Robert C. The Status of Armed Forces Abroad. January 1956:85–98
Hagan, Robert D. Che Guevara: An Epilog. December 1969:71–98
Hallam, Orval K. The Need for a New U.S. Policy Toward Cuba in the 1970’s. March 1972:1–15
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Paramilitary Case Study: The Bay of Pigs. November–December 1972:32–42
McDonough, Joseph A. Crisis Diplomacy: Cuba, 1962. Summer 1967:3–24
Moore, Donald L. The Bay of Pigs: An Analysis. November 1966:1–35
Stoessinger, John G. Power and Elements of National Power. March 1968:11–27
Sugden, G. Scott. Public Diplomacy and the Missiles of October. October 1971:28–43
Ullman, Harlan K. The Cuban Missile Crisis and Soviet Naval Development: Myths and Realities. Winter 1976:45–56
 
Cryptanalysis
Whitlock, Duane L. The Silent War against the Japanese Navy. Autumn 1995:43–52
 
Cuba
Caldwell, Dan. 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
Haney, Patrick J. Soccer Fields and Submarines in Cuba: The Politics of Problem Definition. Autumn 1997:67–84
Manthorpe, William H. J., Jr. The Secretary and CNO on 23–24 October 1962: Setting the Historical Record Straight. Winter 2013:21–40
 
Cuban Missile Crisis. See Cuba
 
Cultures (National)
Badolato, E. V. A Clash of Cultures: The Expulsion of Soviet Military Advisors from Egypt. March–April 1984:69–81
Bathurst, Robert B. Crisis Mentality: A Problem in Cultural Relativity. January–February 1974:55–62
Fall, Bernard B. The History and Culture of Vietnam. February 1971:48–54
Owens, Mackubin Thomas. American Strategic Culture and Civil-Military Relations: The Case of JCS Reform. March–April 1986:43–59
Sargent, Clyde B.
Chinese National Culture. May 1971:41–51
National Cultural Characteristics and National Power. January 1971:17–23
 
Cultures (Service)
Callahan, Charles W. Stowaway Soldier, Camouflage in a Khaki World: Creating a Single Culture
of Trust from Distinct Service Cultures. Summer 2013:139–45
 
Cyber Warfare
Dombrowski, Peter, and Chris C. Demchak. Cyber War, Cybered Conflict, and the Maritime Domain. Spring 2014:71–96
 
Deception
Bok, Sissela. Secrets and Deception: Implications for the Military. March–April 1985:73–80
Hanyok, Robert J. “Catching the Fox Unaware”: Japanese Radio Denial and Deception and the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Autumn 2008:99–124
Patch, John. Fortuitous Endeavor: Intelligence and Deception in Operation TORCH. Autumn 2008:73–97
Solomon, Jonathan F. Maritime Deception and Concealment: Concepts for Defeating Wide-Area Oceanic Surveillance- Reconnaissance-Strike Networks. Autumn 2013:87–116
 
Decision Making
Alexander, Richard G. Command and Decision. June 1962:18–42
Ashurst, Albert J. Decisionmaking and the School of Naval Command and Staff. October 1967:45–51
Bathurst, Robert B. Crisis Mentality: A Problem in Cultural Relativity. January–February 1974:55–62
Beebe, Robert P. Military Decision from the Viewpoint of Game Theory. October 1957:27–76
Davis, Vincent. American Military Policy: Decisionmaking in the Executive Branch. May 1970:4–23
Dunn, Ben G. Analysis for Military Decision Makers. July–August 1984:72–81
Lasswell, Harold D. Political Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. March 1954:19–38
McKenzie-Smith, Robert H. Crisis Decisionmaking in Israel: The Case of the October 1973 Middle East War. Summer 1976:39–52
Petrie, John N. Exodus or Entrenchment: The Catholic Dilemma of Duty. July–August 1982:69–76
Reitzel, William A. The National Higher Strategic Direction of War. March 1955:25–55
Rubin, Alfred P. Rules of Thumb for Gut Decisions: International Law in Emergencies. March–April 1982:41–50
Simon, Herbert A. Background of Decisionmaking. November 1957:1–24
Weisberger, Joseph R. The Danger of Ambiguity: Graduation Address. September–October 1980:84–87
Williams, N. Clark. Decision Analysis: Toward Better Naval Management Decisions. July–August 1974:39–57
Yuill, Stuart J. Quantitative Information for Strategic Decisions. November 1970:16–29
 
Deconstruction
Ridderhof, Phillip J. Thinking Out of the Box: Reading Military Texts from a Different Perspective. Autumn 2002:83–95
 
Defense Department
Gates, Robert M. Remarks of Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, 3 May 2010. Autumn 2010:9–17
Kinnard, Douglas. James R. Schlesinger as Secretary of Defense. November–December 1979:22–34
Korb, Lawrence J. Defense Policy Making: Constraints and Opportunities. January–February 1984:18–23
Schlesinger, James R. Remarks to the Men and Women of the Department of Defense at a Farewell Ceremony Held at the Pentagon on 10 November 1975. Fall 1975:57–59
Sorley, Lewis. Success and the Secretary of Defense: Another View. September–October 1981:89–91
West, F. J., Jr. Secretaries of Defense: Why Most Have Failed. March–April 1981:86–92
 
Defense Department—Budget
Korb, Lawrence J.
The Secretary of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Conflict in the Budgetary Process, 1947–1971. December 1971:21–42
The $100 Billion Budget Threshold: Its Implications upon the Future of the Department of Defense. May–June 1973:2–11
Congressional Impact on Defense Spending 1962–1973: The Programmatic and Fiscal Hypotheses. November–December 1973:49–62
The Defense Budget and Detente: Present Status, Assumptions, and Future Possibilities. Summer 1975:19–27
The Arms Control Implications of the Carter Defense Budget. Fall 1978:3–16
The FY 1981–85 Defense Program: Is a Trillion Dollars Enough? March–April 1980:3–16
Kozloski, Robert P.
Building the Purple Ford: An Affordable Approach to Jointness. Autumn 2012:41–63
Marching toward the Sweet Spot: Options for the U.S. Marine Corps in a Time of Austerity. Summer 2013:11–36
Kurth, James R. Military Power and Industrial Competitiveness: The Industrial Dimension of Military Strategy. September–October 1982:33–47
Mason, Edward. The Influence of Economic Considerations in the Formulation of National Strategy. May 1954:1–21
Moot, Robert C. Defense Spending: Myths and Realities. December 1970:4–10
O’Rourke, Ronald. Transformation and the Navy’s Tough Choices Ahead: What Are the Options for Policy Makers? Winter 2001:90–106
Rushing, Charles F. The Department of the Navy and the DOD Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS). September–October 1972:71–82
West, Michael A. The Role of Congress in the Defense Budget Process: A Positive View. May–June 1979:88–95
 
Defense Department—Organization
Eberstadt, Ferdinand. The Historical Evolution of Our National Security Organization. January 1954:1–17
Katzenbach, Edward L., Jr. Some Thoughts on Department of Defense Organization. December 1956:23–48
Locher, James R., III. Has It Worked? The Goldwater-Nichols Reorganization Act. Autumn 2001:95–116
Megee, Vernon E. The Joint Staff. March 1951:1–17
Swarztrauber, S. A. On Reorganizing the Pentagon. May–June 1984:74–93
 
Defense Industry
Cooling, B. Franklin. The Formative Years of the Naval-Industrial Complex: Their Meaning for Studies of Institutions Today. March–April 1975:53–62
Gibson, Andrew E. So Long, American Flag: It Was So Nice to Fly You. Autumn 1993:42–51
Hone, Thomas
Fighting on Our Own Ground: The War of Production, 1920–1942. Spring 1992:93–107
Naval Reconstitution, Surge, and Mobilization: Once and Future. Summer 1994:67–85
Hosey, Walter J. Economics, National Policy, and Military Strategy: The Growing Linkage in the 1990s. Spring 1993:7–23
Pitzele, Merlyn S. Role of Labor in a Future War. January 1951:19–32
Reuther, Victor G. The Role of Labor in War. December 1955:1–19
Wilson, Dennis B. Balancing Efficiency with Equity in Foreign Defense Acquisitions. Spring 1995:68–82
 
Democracy
Langan, John. Just War Theory and Decision-Making in a Democracy. July–August 1985:67–79
Warren, David D. Western Democratic Government in Theory and Practice. April 1967:97–112
 
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). See North Korea
 
DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM. See Persian Gulf War
 
Destroyers
Galdorisi, George V., and Scott C. Truver. The Zumwalt-Class Destroyer: A Technology “Bridge” Shaping the Navy after Next. Summer 2010:63–72
 
Detente
Hamburg, Roger. Soviet Perceptions of Detente and Analysis of the American Political Process. May–June 1975:24–42
Hartmann, Frederick H. The Detente Debate. Summer 1977:33–40
Herspring, Dale R. The Effect of Detente on Professionalism and Political Control in the East German Army. Winter 1976:10–20
Korb, Lawrence J. The Defense Budget and Detente: Present Status, Assumptions, and Future Possibilities. Summer 1975:19–27
Ross, Steven. Detente Then and Now. Fall 1978:35–47
Sonnenfeldt, Helmut. The Meaning of Detente. Summer 1974:3–8
Wood, Robert S. Intervention and Detente in American Foreign Policy. Winter 1977:41–51
 
Deterrence
Barnett, Roger W.
Information Operations, Deterrence, and the Use of Force. Spring 1998:7–19
What Deters? Strength, Not Weakness. Spring 2001:24–35
Critchlow, Robert D. Whom the Gods Would Destroy: An Information Warfare Alternative for Deterrence and Compellence. Summer 2000:21–38
Fedorenko, Sergei. Russia and Arms Control: The Trials of Transition to a Post–Soviet Era. Spring 1993:45–58
Gray, Colin S. Defense, War-Fighting and Deterrence. July–August 1982:38–43
Grove, Eric J. A War Fleet Built for Peace: British Naval Rearmament in the 1930s and the Dilemma of Deterrence versus Defence. Spring 1991:82–92
Hooker, Richard D., Jr., and Ricky L. Waddell. The Future of Conventional Deterrence. Summer 1992:78–88
Larson, Charles R. Personal Reflections on the Use of Military Force and Its Relevance to National Security Strategy. Winter 1995:83–90
Miller, Stephen M. Soviet Perceptions of the Theater Nuclear Balance in Europe and Reaction to American LRTNES. March–April 1981:3–17
Moore, John Norton. Global Order, Low Intensity Conflict and a Strategy of Deterrence. January–February 1986:30–46
Ohlert, Edward J. Strategic Deterrence and the Cruise Missile. Winter 1978:21–32
Ross, Andrew L. Thinking about the Unthinkable: Unreasonable Exuberance? Spring 2001:36–46
Smoke, Richard. Extended Deterrence: Some Observations. September–October 1983:37–48
Snow, Donald M.
Strategic Uncertainty and Nuclear Deterrence. November–December 1981:27–41
Realistic Self-Deterrence: An Alternative View of Nuclear Dynamics. March–April 1986:60–73
Turner, Stansfield. The Dilemma of Nuclear Weapons in the Twenty-first Century. Spring 2001:13–23
 
Developing Nations
Brown, George F., Jr. Aid and Assistance to Developing Nations. September–October 1979:93–101
Etzold, Thomas H. Responding to Soviet Intervention in the Third World. May–June 1982:25–55
Mainland, Edward A. Political Instability in Developing Areas. February 1969:81–89
Morris, Robert K. Clientism Unbound: America and the Tactics of Third World Security. May–June 1981:75–82
Renner, Michael. Alternative Futures in War and Conflict. Autumn 2000:25–56
Rubinstein, Alvin Z. The Changing Strategic Balance and Soviet Third World Risk-Taking. March–April 1985:5–17
Sachs, Jeffrey D. The Geography of Economic Development. Autumn 2000:93–105
Smith, Cecil N. The Role of Agriculture in Developing Societies. February 1969:90–112
 
Dewey, George
Granger, Derek B. Dewey at Manila Bay: Lessons in Operational Art and Operational Leadership from America’s First Fleet Admiral. Autumn 2011:127–41
 
Diaoyu. See Senkaku Island (Diaoyu)
 
Diplomacy
Aceves, William J. Diplomacy at Sea: U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the Black Sea. Spring 1993:59–79
Beck, Robert J. The “McNeil Mission” and the Decision to Invade Grenada. Spring 1991:93–112
Cordner, Lee G. Regional Resilience: The Imperative for Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia. Spring 1994:41–59
Kost, John G. Diplomacy and Defense Planning. November–December 1974:53–66
McNeill, John H.
America’s Maritime Boundary with the Soviet Union. Summer 1991:46–57
Military-to-Military Arrangements for the Prevention of U.S.-Russian Conflict. Spring 1994:23–29
Rowlands, Kevin. “Decided Preponderance at Sea”: Naval Diplomacy in Strategic Thought. Autumn 2012:89–105
 
Disarmament
Ackley, Richard T. What’s Left of SALT? May–June 1974:43–49
Barber, James A., Jr. The Objectives of Arms Control. February 1970:35–43
Burkemper, Raymond G. Soviet Disarmament Policy: What Lies Ahead? November 1967:29–59
Chalmers, Malcolm. Reciprocal Disarmament: A Game Proposal. Summer 1991:58–74
Coffey, J. I. SALT under the Carter Administration. Winter 1979:6–29
Coulthard, Robert O. Disarmament: The World’s Enigma. September 1960:1–75
Douglas, Lawrence H. The Submarine and the Washington Conference of 1921. March–April 1974:86–100
Hayden, Eric W. Soviet-American Arms Negotiations: 1960–68: A Prelude for SALT. January 1972:65–82
Johnson, William S. Naval Diplomacy and the Failure of Balanced Security in the Far East, 1921–1935. February 1972:67–88
Korb, Lawrence J., and George F. Brown, Jr. Perspectives on Strategic Arms Limitations. May–June 1979:51–59
McGovern, Thomas E., Jr. An Analysis of War. May 1968:31–59
McKenney, Edward A. Mutually Balanced Force Reductions: The Complex Problem. June 1972:29–41
Milberg, Warren H. Strategic Balance Considerations: Policy, Doctrine, Force Structure and SALT. July–August 1980:68–74
Nacht, Michael. Nuclear Deterrence to the End of the Century. November–December 1983:75–85
Platte, William A. Peking, Moscow, and the SALT Talks. May 1970:93–111
White, Donald G. The French Navy and the Washington Conference. November 1969:33–44
 
Disaster Relief
Andrade, Ernest. The Great Samoan Hurricane of 1889. January–February 1981:73–81
Cornwell, Stanley R. Earthquake! Natural Disasters and U.S. Foreign Policy. February 1971:63–70
Fowler, William. Disaster in Penobscot Bay. Winter 1979:75–80
Miskel, James F. Observations on the Role of the Military in Disaster Relief. Winter 1996:105–14
 
Discipline
Allin, Lawrence C. Abel Parker Upshur and the Dignity of Discipline. June 1970:85–91
 
Doctrine
Barry, John L., and James Blaker. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
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
Chisholm, Donald. Negotiated Command Relationships: Korean War Amphibious Operations, 1950. Spring 2000:65–124
FitzGerald, Mary C. Russia’s New Military Doctrine. Spring 1993:24–44
Hughes, Wayne P., Jr.
The Power in Doctrine. Summer 1995:9–31
Naval Maneuver Warfare. Summer 1997:25–49
Klein, John J. Corbett in Orbit: A Maritime Model for Strategic Space Theory. Winter 2004:59–74
McLean, Douglas M. Confronting Technological and Tactical Change: Allied Antisubmarine Warfare in the Last Year of the Battle of the Atlantic. Winter 1994:87–104
Parshall, Jonathan B., David D. Dickson, and Anthony B. Tully. Doctrine Matters: Why the Japanese Lost at Midway. Summer 2001:139–51
Rhodes, Edward. “. . . From the Sea” and Back Again: Naval Power in the Second American Century. Spring 1999:13–54
Schmidt, Stephen D. A Call for an Official Naval Doctrine. Winter 1993:45–58
Smith, Edward A., Jr. What “. . . From the Sea” Didn’t Say. Winter 1995:9–33
Somes, Timothy E. Musing on Naval Maneuver Warfare. Summer 1998:122–28
Tritten, James J. Naval Perspectives on Military Doctrine. Winter 1995:22–38
Uhlig, Frank, Jr. How Navies Fight, and Why. Winter 1995:34–49
Wildenberg, Thomas. Midway: Sheer Luck or Better Doctrine? Winter 2005:121–35
 
Drug Interdiction
Griffith, Ivelaw L. Caribbean Geopolitics and Geonarcotics: New Dynamics, Same Old Dilemma. Spring 1998:47–67
Shear, Wayne G., Jr. The Drug War: Applying the Lessons of Vietnam. Summer 1994:110–24
Trainor, John C. Coping with the Drug Runners at Sea. Summer 1987:77–87
 
East Asia
Auer, James. E., and Robyn Lim. The Maritime Basis of American Security in East Asia. Winter 2001:39–58
Dingman, Roger. Strategic Planning and the Policy Process: American Plans for War in East Asia, 1945–195O. November–December 1979:4–21
Erickson, Andrew, and Lyle Goldstein. Gunboats for China’s New “Grand Canals”? Probing the Intersection of Beijing’s Naval and Oil Security Policies. Spring 2009:43–76
Grubb, Michael C. Merchant Shipping in a Chinese Blockade of Taiwan. Winter 2007:81–102
Medeiros, Evan S. The New Security Drama in East Asia: The Responses of U.S. Allies and Security Partners to China’s Rise. Autumn 2009:37–52
Nuechterlein, Donald E. The United States Should Reorder its Priorities in East Asia. Autumn 1987:23–37
Olsen, Edward A. Determinants of Strategic Burdensharing in East Asia: The U.S.-Japan Context. May–June 1986:4–21
 
Eccles, Henry
Boorman, Scott A. Fundamentals of Strategy: The Legacy of Henry Eccles. Spring 2009:91–115
Burke, Arleigh. My Friend Henry Eccles. Summer 1977:3–5
Estes, Thomas S. “RAMB” Henry E. Eccles. Summer 1977:5–10
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Eccles on Strategy. Summer 1977:10–17
 
Economic Exclusion Zones (EEZs)
McNeill, John H. America’s Maritime Boundary with the Soviet Union. Summer 1991:46–57
Zackrison, James L., and James E. Meason. Chile, Mar Presencial, and the Law of the Sea. Summer 1997:65–85
 
Economics
Ader, Emile B. Conflicting Political and Economic Systems. January 1960:1–14
Hone, Thomas. Naval Reconstitution, Surge, and Mobilization: Once and Future. Summer 1994:67–85
Hosey, Walter J. Economics, National Policy, and Military Strategy: The Growing Linkage in the 1990s. Spring 1993:7–23
Patterson, Gardner. Vital Economic Areas. May 1954:23–40
Rostow, Walt W. Political Economy in a Time of Scarcity: Or How to Get from Here to There. September–October 1974:32–45
Sachs, Jeffrey D. The Geography of Economic Development. Autumn 2000:93–105
Wilson, Dennis B. Balancing Efficiency with Equity in Foreign Defense Acquisitions. Spring 1995:68–82
Wolf, George W. Private Enterprise and Its Place in the World Struggle. September 1953:63–68
 
Education and Training
Ashurst, Albert J. Decisionmaking and the School of Naval Command and Staff. October 1967:45–51
Barber, James A., Jr. The School of Naval Warfare. April 1969:89–96
Bates, Robert G. Problems in Recruiting Blacks for the Service Academies: A Perspective. July–August 1973:54–63
Cressy, Peter H., and Louis R. Desfosses. Developing an Alternative Approach to Race Relations Education: Identifying Military Middle Management Resistance. July–August 1974:58–68
Crowl, Philip A. Education versus Training at the Naval War College, 1884–1972. November–December 1973:2–10
Day, Edward R., Jr. Impact of Senior Service College Education on Naval Officer Promotion. September 1969:58–67
Eccles, Henry E. Military Theory and Education: The Need for and Nature Of. February 1969:70–79
Gist, David M. The Militarization of Soviet Youth. Summer 1977:115–33
Long, William F., Jr. Project ADVANCE: An Alliance of Generations. March 1971:26–29
Lyons, Kenneth H. The Naval Command Course: A Multinational Seminar. September 1967:53–61
Megargee, Richard. History and Military Education. Spring 1978:3–15
Oleson, David E. History of the Correspondence School. Summer 1967:35–45
Roberts, Edward B., and Henry B. Weil. Implementing New Educational Technology for the Military. April 1971:22–28
Thompson, Frederick. Did We Learn Anything from That Exercise? Could We? July–August 1982:25–37
Zannetos, Zenon S. The Socratic Method and Computer-Aided Instruction. May 1968:24–28
 
Egypt
Freedman, Robert O. Soviet Policy toward Sadat’s Egypt from the Death of Nasser to the Fall of
General Sadek. November–December 1973:63–79
Steele, William B. Egypt’s Relations with the Soviet Union: An Appraisal. September 1963:16–45
 
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Geyer, Michael. Dwight David Eisenhower, 1945–1948. July–August 1980:100–101
 
ELDORADO CANYON
Kosnik, Mark E. The Military Response to Terrorism. Spring 2000:13–39
 
Electronic Data Processing
Andrilla, Joseph J. A Computer Assisted Officer Assignment System. July–August. 1973:71–78
Twite, Martin J., Jr. The Impact of ADP on the Naval Strategic Command and Control System. September 1967:66–99
 
Energy
Erickson, Andrew, and Lyle Goldstein. Gunboats for China’s New “Grand Canals”? Probing the Intersection of Beijing’s Naval and Oil Security Policies. Spring 2009:43–76
Erickson, Andrew S., and Gabriel B. Collins. China’s Oil Security Pipe Dream: The Reality, and Strategic Consequences, of Seaborne Imports. Spring 2010:89–111
Lloyd, Richmond M. Energy: Back to Basics. May–June 1980:93–98
Parsons, William S. Problems and Prospects in Atomic Energy. December 1948:1–18
Silverstein, Harvey B. Energy Security and the Hydrogen Economy. September–October 1980:48–62
 
Environment
Canty, Rachel. The Coast Guard and Environmental Protection: Recent Changes and Potential Impacts. Autumn 1999:77–89
Chambers, Alaina M., and Steve A. Yetiv. The Great Green Fleet: The U.S. Navy and Fossil-Fuel Alternatives. Summer 2011:61–77
Falk, Richard A. New Trends in International Law: The Challenges of the Ecological Age. March 1970:18–25
Koburger, Charles W., Jr. Our Navigable Waters: Polluted and Otherwise. October 1969:51–58
Labouerie, Guy. The Oceans and Geopolitics: A World United. Autumn 1993:96–109
Terry, James P. The Environment and the Laws of War: The Impact of Desert Storm. Winter 1992:61–67
 
Ethics/Morality
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
Chaloupka, Mel G. Ethical Responses: How to Influence One’s Organization. Winter 1987:80–90
Clifford, George M., III. Duty at All Costs. Winter 2007:103–28
Cook, Martin. Reflections on the Stockdale Legacy. Summer 2012:1–17
Crawford, Neta C. Principia Leviathan: The Moral Duties of American Hegemony. Summer /Autumn 2004:67–90
Evans, Michael. Captains of the Soul: Stoic Philosophy and the Western Profession of Arms in the Twenty-first Century. Winter 2011:31–58
Fink, Susan D. The Trouble with Mixed Motives: Debating the Political, Legal, and Moral Dimensions of Intervention. Summer /Autumn 2004:19–32
Haass, Richard N. A Premium on Good Judgment. Summer /Autumn 2004:11–15
Iasiello, Louis V. Jus Post Bellum: The Moral Responsibilities of Victors in War. Summer /Autumn 2004:33–52
Light, Mark F. The Navy’s Moral Compass: Commanding Officers and Personal Misconduct. Summer 2012:136–52
Pike, James A. Western Morality. October 1953:1–24
Rosenthal, Joel H.
Today’s Officer Corps: A Repository of Virtue in an Anarchic World? Autumn 1997:104–11
New Rules for War? Summer /Autumn 2004:91–101
Ross, Bruce A. The Case for Targeting Leadership in War. Winter 1993:73–93
Stockdale, James B. The Teaching of Ethics in the Military. September–October 1982:97–99
Winters, Francis X., and Paul R. Schratz. Military Ethics in the United States: Closing the Gap between Civilian and Military. September–October 1979:102–109
 
Ethnic Conflict
Otis, Pauletta. Ethnic Conflict: What Kind of War Is This? Autumn 1999:9–29
Renner, Michael. Alternative Futures in War and Conflict. Autumn 2000:25–56
 
Europe
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
Donovan, William J. The European Confederation. September 1952:61–72
Grudzinski, Przemyslaw. A Contract with Central Europe. Summer 1996:7–29
Gyorgy, Andrew. Current Soviet-Satellite Relations. May 1958:29–40
Holbik, Karel. The Common Market and the United States: A Dialogue of Continents. May–June 1965:19–33
Huston, James A. Prospects and Problems of European Integration. June 1960:17–42
Jensen, Kurt B. The Baltic Sea in the Post–Cold War World. Autumn 1993:29–41
Joffe, Josef. The Dreams and the Power: Europe in the Age of Yalta. September–October 1983:49–60
Lasher, David Brian. U.S. Combat Forces in Germany: Mission Accomplished. Autumn 1991:66–83
Miller, Stephen M. Soviet Perceptions of the Theater Nuclear Balance in Europe and Reaction to American LRTNES. March–April 1981:3–17
Millikan, Max F. Economic Potential of Western Europe for War. December 1955:41–66
Rhys-Jones, Graham. Greeks Bearing Gifts: Impact of the INF Treaty on European Security. Winter 1989:56–65
Sarotte, Mary Elise. Transatlantic Tension and Threat Perception. Autumn 2005:25–37
Schindler, John R. Europe’s Unstable Southeast. Autumn 2008:15–33
Silve, Benoît M. From Leadership to Partnership: A New American Security Strategy for Europe. Winter 1997:88–103
Simpson, Benjamin M., III. The Rearming of Germany 1950–1954: A Linchpin in the Political Evolution of Europe. May 1971:76–90
Wawro, Geoffrey. Our Special Correspondent: Letter from France. Winter 2003:43–66
Wood, Robert S. Europe: Transfigured or Transfixed? Autumn 1992:20–33
Wriston, Henry M. Tensions. May 1951:21–46
Young, Thomas-Durell. Preparing the Western Alliance for the Next Out-of-Area Campaign. Summer 1992:28–44
 
European Economic Community. See European Union
 
European Union
Holbik, Karel. The Common Market and the United States: A Dialogue of Continents. May–June 1965:19–33
Stambuk, George. The Political Significance of the European Economic Community. June 1968:71–82
 
Executive Branch
Davis, Vincent. American Military Policy: Decisionmaking in the Executive Branch. May 1970:4–23
Hall, David L. The Constitution and Presidential War Making against Libya. Summer 1989:30–45
Langenberg, William H. Destroyers for Naval Bases: Highlights of an Unprecedented Trade. May 1970:80–92
Lynch, Hugh F. Presidential Control of Nuclear Weapons in Limited War Situations. February 1971:71–88
Moore, John N. The National Executive and the Use of the Armed Forces Abroad. January 1969:28–38
 
Experimentation
Krepinevich, Andrew F., Jr. Military Experimentation: Time to Get Serious. Winter 2001:76–89
 
Failing States
Miskel, James. Are We Learning the Right Lessons from Africa’s Humanitarian Crises? Summer 1999:136–47
Norton, Richard J., and James F. Miskel. Spotting Trouble: Identifying Faltering and Failing
States. Spring 1997:79–91
Renner, Michael. Alternative Futures in War and Conflict. Autumn 2000:25–56
 
Falklands War
Hall, Marshall Van Sant. Argentine Policy Motivations in the Falklands War and the Aftermath. November–December 1983:21–36
Humphries, Arthur A. Two Routes to the Wrong Destination: Public Affairs in the South Atlantic War. May–June 1983:56–71
Mastny, Vojtech. The Soviet Union and the Falklands War. May–June 1983:46–55
McGruther, Kenneth R. When Deterrence Fails: The Nasty Little War for the Falkland Islands. March–April 1983:47–56
Papworth, Richard N. Soviet Navy Reactions to the Falkland Islands Conflict. March–April 1985:53–72
Train, Harry D., II. An Analysis of the Falkland/Malvinas Islands Campaign. Winter 1988:33–50
 
Farragut, David Glasgow
A Long Lost Farragut Letter Is Rediscovered. December 1971:97–99
 
Fisheries
Bouziane, Michèle. The U.S. Coast Guard, National Security, and Fisheries Enforcement. Winter 1997:125–33
 
Fletcher, Frank Jack
Butcher, M. E. Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher: Pioneer Warrior or Gross Sinner? Winter 1987:69–79
 
Food
Tillman, Allen D. The World Food Problem. February 1968:66–79
 
Force Planning
Bartlett, Henry C., and G. Paul Holman, Jr.
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. The Art of Strategy and Force Planning. Spring 1995:114–26
Brown, George, and Lawrence Korb. The Economic and Political Restraints on Force Planning. July–August 1979:51–62
Gaffney, William A., and Ralph E. Arnott. Naval Presence: Sizing the Force. March–April 1985:18–30
Kost, John G. Diplomacy and Defense Planning. November–December 1974:53–66
Labs, Eric J. Building the Future Fleet: Show Us the Analysis! Summer /Autumn 2004:138–46
Liotta, P. H., and Richmond M. Lloyd. From Here to There: The Strategy and Force Planning Framework. Spring 2005:121–37
Liotta, P. H., and Timothy E. Somes. The Art of Reperceiving: Scenarios and the Future. Autumn 2003:121–32
Rubel, Robert C. The Navy’s Changing Force Paradigm. Spring 2009:13–24
 
Force Protection
Callaway, John. Learning the Hard Way: Force Protection 1983–2000. Winter 2009:105–20
 
Foreign Aid
Aull, Herbert H. Rationale for Aid. May–June 1965:35–96
Gamble, Philip L. Soviet Aid and Trade and Its Threat to the Free World. June 1969:80–105
Lilly, Creighton D. Wanted: Salesmen for Freedom. September 1961:17–58
 
Formosa. See Taiwan
 
Fort Fisher
Ohls, Gary J. Fort Fisher: Amphibious Victory in the American Civil War. Autumn 2006:81–99
 
Forward Presence. And see Presence
Gouré, Daniel. The Tyranny of Forward Presence. Summer 2001:11–24
Miskel, James F. “Being There” Matters—But Where? Summer 2001:25–39
 
Fossil Fuel Alternatives
Chambers, Alaina M., and Steve A. Yetiv. The Great Green Fleet: The U.S. Navy and Fossil-Fuel Alternatives. Summer 2011:61–77
 
France
Alphand, Herve
France in the Contemporary Scene. January 1961:1–13
France: Problems and Prospects. January 1963:1–10
Averyt, William F., Jr. France: A Political Culture Divided against Itself. December 1971:52–64
Bouvard, Loïc. The Legislative Role of the French Parliament in Crisis Management. November–December 1984:80–85
Daniel, Donald C. F. The Evolution of Naval Power to 2010. Summer 1995:62–72
Despain, William M. The French Navy: Friend or Rival? Winter 1991:62–75
Froman, Michael B., Anthony L. Gardner, and Scott R. Mixer. France and SDI. Spring 1987:37–43
Hyland, John J., III. French Nuclear Forces. May–June 1985:65–82
Labouerie, Guy. The Oceans and Geopolitics: A World United. Autumn 1993:96–109
Pritchard, James. French Strategy and the American Revolution: A Reappraisal. Autumn 1994:83–108
Ralston, David B. The French Military and the Problem of Twentieth Century War. May–June 1975:43–50
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Ross, Steven T. French Defense Policy. May–June 1983:26–37
Sattler, Donald C. Nuclear Proliferation: The French Case. June 1966:15–55
Sheldon-Duplaix, Alexandre. Franco-British Relations at Sea and Overseas: A Tale of Two Navies. Winter 2011:79–94
Villesbrunne, Gerard de la. France: Problems and Prospects. May–June 1965:1–18
White, Donald G. The French Navy and the Washington Conference. November 1969:33–44
 
Freedom of Navigation
Aceves, William J. Diplomacy at Sea: U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the Black Sea. Spring 1993:59–79
Boma, James R. Troubled Waters off the Land of the Morning Calm: A Job for the Fleet. Spring 1989:33–55
Hearn, Wilfred A. Special Aspects of Jurisdiction at Sea. February 1958:19–37
Holmes, Ephraim P. Freedom of the Seas. June 1970:4–10
McNeill, John H. Military-to-Military Arrangements for the Prevention of U.S.-Russian Conflict. Spring 1994:23–29
 
Friendly Fire
Davidson, Michael J. Friendly Fire and the Limits of the Military Justice System. Winter 2011:122–41
 
Geneva Conventions
Baxter, Richard R. The Geneva Conventions of 1949. January 1956:59–83
Parks, W. Hays. The 1977 Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949. Fall 1978:17–27
 
Geography
Bakutis, Fred E. The Geography of the Globe. February 1952:1–26
Cobb, James O. The Geography of the Globe. March 1950:1–28
Harkavy, Robert. Strategic Geography and the Greater Middle East. Autumn 2001:37–54
Morrison, John A. Geography of Russia. March 1952:21–56
Patterson, Gardner. Vital Economic Areas. May 1954:23–40
Sachs, Jeffrey D. The Geography of Economic Development. Autumn 2000:93–105
 
Geopolitics
Cohen, Saul B. Geography and Strategy: Their Interrelationship. December 1957:1–31
Green, William C. The Historic Russian Drive for a Warm Water Port: Anatomy of a
Geopolitical Myth. Spring 1993:80–102
Griffith, Ivelaw L. Caribbean Geopolitics and Geonarcotics: New Dynamics, Same Old Dilemma. Spring 1998:47–67
Harkavy, Robert. Strategic Geography and the Greater Middle East. Autumn 2001:37–54
Katzenbach, Edward L., Jr. Astigmatism and Geopolitics. December 1955:21–40
Labouerie, Guy. The Oceans and Geopolitics: A World United. Autumn 1993:96–109
Linn, John K. The Legacy of Geopolitics. October 1961:31–72
Owens, Mackubin Thomas. In Defense of Classical Geopolitics. Autumn 1999:59–76
Schoettle, Peter. Key Geostrategic Trends: A Cloudy Crystal Ball. Winter 1995:63–72
Sprout, Harold. Geopolitical Theories Compared. January 1954:19–36
Walsh, Edmund A. Soviet Geopolitics and Strategy. September 1951:1–18
Wixler, Keith E. Argentina’s Geopolitics and Her Revolutionary Diesel-Electric Submarines. Winter 1989:86–107
 
Germany
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
Bird, Keith W. The Origins and Role of German Naval History in the Inter- War Period 1918–1939. March–April 1979:42–58
Ehle, Jürgen. The German Navy after the Cold War and Reunification. Autumn 1998:83–104
Hansen, Kenneth P. Raeder versus Wegener: Conflict in German Naval Strategy. Autumn 2005:81–108
Langenberg, William H. The German Battleship Tirpitz: A Strategic Warship. July–August 1981:81–92
Marolda, Edward J. The Failure of German World War II Strategy in the Black Sea. Summer 1975:39–54
Rahn, Werner. Japan and Germany, 1941–1943: No Common Objective, No Common Plans, No Basis of Trust. Summer 1993:47–68
Vego, Milan. German War Gaming. Autumn 2012:106–47
Weidenfeld, Werner. A New Order, New Powers. Autumn 2003:153–56
 
Germany (Democratic People’s Republic)
Bowers, Stephen R. East German Defense Policy in the Seventies. Fall 1977:101–108
Herspring, Dale R. The Effect of Detente on Professionalism and Political Control in the East German Army. Winter 1976:10–20
 
Germany (Federal Republic)
Blomeyer-Bartenstein, Horst. Federal Republic of Germany: Problems and Prospects. February 1965:1–14
Herwig, Holger H. Miscalculated Risks: The German Declaration of War against the United States, 1917 and 1941. Autumn 1986:88–100
Jonas, Frank H. The German Federal Republic: Problems and Prospects. January 1961:14–35
Luther, Gunther. The Federal German Navy’s Share of Responsibility within NATO. Summer 1978:97–99
Mason, John B. The Federal Republic of Germany. October 1959:25–41
Pauls, Rolph. The Federal Republic of Germany: Problems and Prospects. April 1970:5–11
Rich, Norman. The Question of National Interest in Imperial German Foreign Policy: Bismarck,
William II, and the Road to World War I. July–August 1973:28–41
Simpson, Benjamin M., III. The Rearming of Germany 1950–1954: A Linchpin in the Political Evolution of Europe. May 1971:76–90
Weisser, Ulrich
Perspectives of German Security Policy. November–December 1984:86–94
The German-American Debate on Security and Strategy. Summer 1987:42–52
Regional Conflicts: A German Perspective. Summer 1989:63–77
 
Guerre de Course. See Commerce Warfare
 
Gibraltar
Kerr, Nick H. Gibraltar: A Stumbling Block or a Stepping Stone. September–October 1981:91–95
 
Global Fleet Station
Sohn, Kathi A. The Global Fleet Station: A Powerful Tool for Preventing Conflict. Winter 2009:45–58
 
Global Game
Watman, Kenneth. Global 2000. Spring 2001:75–88
 
Globalization
Carmel. Stephen M. Globalization, Security, and Economic Well-Being. Winter 2013:41–55
Renner, Michael. Alternative Futures in War and Conflict. Autumn 2000:25–56
Sachs, Jeffrey D. The Geography of Economic Development. Autumn 2000:93–105
 
Global Maritime Partnership
Hattendorf, John B. Admiral Richard G. Colbert: Pioneer in Building Global Maritime Partnerships. Summer 2008:109–30
Hszieh, Stephanie, George Galdorisi, Terry McKearney, and Darren Sutton. Networking the Global Maritime Partnership. Spring 2012:11–29
Ratcliff, Ronald E. Building Partners’ Capacity: The Thousand-Ship Navy. Autumn 2007:45–58
Reveron, Derek S. How Many Countries Does It Take to Make a Thousand-Ship Navy? Autumn 2007:135–37
 
Goldwater-Nichols Defense Reorganization Act
Locher, James R., III. Has It Worked? The Goldwater-Nichols Reorganization Act. Autumn 2001:95–116
 
Great Britain. See United Kingdom
 
Greater Middle East. See Middle East
 
Greece
Dragnich, Alex N. A Political and Economic Appraisal of Greece, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. February 1961:1–20
Hamilton, Charles D. From Archidamus to Alexander: The Revolution in Greek Warfare. Winter 1995:84–95
Margaritis, C. The Future Roles and Problems of Small Countries’ Navies. January 1972:35–40
Murray, Williamson. Thucydides: Theorist of War. Autumn 2013:31–46
Rhys-Jones, Graham. Greeks Bearing Gifts: Impact of the INF Treaty on European Security. Winter 1989:56–65
Schmitt, Michael N. Aegean Angst: The Greek-Turkish Dispute. Summer 1996:42–72
Walling, Karl. Thucydides on Policy, Strategy, and War Termination. Autumn 2013:47–85
 
Greenland
Sorensen, Finn. Greenland and Its Relevance to North American Security. November–December 1979:88–103
 
Grenada
Beck, Robert J. The “McNeil Mission” and the Decision to Invade Grenada. Spring 1991:93–112
Coll, Alberto R. Why Grenada Was Important. Summer 1987:4–18
DeCamp, William T. Grenada: The Spirit and the Letter of the Law. May–June 1985:28–36
 
Gulf of Mexico
Cox, William J. The Gulf of Mexico: A Forgotten Frontier in the 1980s. Summer 1987:66–76
 
History—General
Beaulieu, Reo A. Canton Government and American Reaction, 1921–1925. February 1968:35–55
Cherpak, Evelyn M. The Naval Historical Collection: Recent Acquisitions. Spring 2004:159–61
Cooling, B. Franklin. The Formative Years of the Naval-Industrial Complex: Their Meaning for Studies of Institutions Today. March–April 1975:53–62
Fehlings, Gregory E. America’s First Limited War. Summer 2000:101–43
Friedman, Hal M. The Quiet Warrior Back in Newport: Admiral Spruance, the Return to the Naval War College, and the Lessons of the Pacific War, 1946–1947. Spring 2011:116–39
Fursenko, Alexander. Night Session of the Presidium of the Central Committee, 22–23 October 1962. Summer 2006:129–40
Garofano, John. Deciding on Military Intervention: What Is the Role of Senior Military Leaders? Spring 2000:40–64
Haney, Patrick J. Soccer Fields and Submarines in Cuba: The Politics of Problem Definition. Autumn 1997:67–84
Hanley, John T., Jr. Creating the 1980s Maritime Strategy and Implications for Today. Spring 2014:11–29
Hattendorf , John B. The Uses of Maritime History in and for the Navy. Spring 2003:13–38
Holmes, James R., and Toshi Yoshihara. Taiwan: Melos or Pylos? Summer 2005:43–61
Joffe, Josef. The Dreams and the Power: Europe in the Age of Yalta. September–October 1983:49–60
Jóhannesson, Gudni Th. To the Edge of Nowhere? U.S. Icelandic Defense Relations during and after the Cold War. Summer /Autumn 2004:115–37
Jones, Jerry W. The Naval Battle of Paris. Spring 2009:77–89
Kagan, Donald. The End of Wars as the Basis for a Lasting Peace: A Look at the Great Wars of the Twentieth Century. Autumn 2000:11–24
Koda, Yoji. The Russo-Japanese War: Primary Causes of Japanese Success. Spring 2005:11–44
Manthorpe, William H. J., Jr. The Secretary and CNO on 23–24 October 1962: Setting the Historical Record Straight. Winter 2013:21–40
Morris, Edmund. “A Matter of Extreme Urgency”: Theodore Roosevelt, Wilhelm II, and the Venezuela Crisis of 1902. Spring 2002:73–86
Murray, Williamson. Thucydides: Theorist of War. Autumn 2013:31–46
Preston, Richard A. War, Peace, and Society in the 1980’s: A Historian’s View. Winter 1976:34–44
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Quester, George H. The Last Time We Were at “Global Zero.” Summer 2011:131–39
Shapiro, Edward S. The Military Options to Hiroshima: A Critical Examination of Alperovitz’
Atomic Diplomacy. Spring 1978:101–13
Skelton, Ike. Whispers of Warriors: The Importance of History to the Military Professional. Summer 2000:7–20
Sumida, Jon
New Insights from Old Books: The Case of Alfred Thayer Mahan. Summer 2001:100–11
Geography, Technology, and British Naval Strategy in the Dreadnought Era. Summer 2006:89–102
Surdam, David G. The Union Navy’s Blockade Reconsidered. Autumn 1998:105–27
Tuchman, Barbara W. How Will History Judge Us? Fall 1975:3–11; repr. Winter 1998:104–14
van Creveld, Martin. Through a Glass, Darkly: Some Reflections on the Future of War. Autumn 2000:25–44
Walling, Karl. Thucydides on Policy, Strategy, and War Termination. Autumn 2013:47–85
Wheeler, Gerald E. National Policy Planning between the World Wars: Conflict between Ends and Means. February 1969:54–69
Williams, Kathleen Broome. Scientists in Uniform: The Harvard Computation Laboratory in World War II. Summer 1999:90–110
 
History—Military
Andidora, Ronald. Admiral Togo: An Adaptable Strategist. Spring 1991:52–62
Baer, George W. U.S. Naval Strategy 1890–1945. Winter 1991:6–33
Beaumont, Roger A. Command Method: A Gap in Military Historiography. Winter 1979:61–74
Brown, Charles R. The Heritage of Tyre. February 1949:33–46
Coles, Michael H. Suez, 1956: A Successful Naval Operation Compromised by Inept Political Leadership. Autumn 2006:100–18
Dowding, Sir Hugh. Employment of the Fighter Command in Home Defence. Introduction and annotations by John Monsarrat and Robert S. Staley II. Spring 1992:35–50
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Frank, Willard C., Jr. Misperception and Incidents at Sea: The Deutschland and Leipzig Crises, 1937. Spring 1990:31–46
Freeman, Douglas S. Robert E. Lee: Maker of Morale. Stuart W. Smith, editor and annotator. Summer 1991:75–83
Fuquea, David C. Bougainville: The Amphibious Assault Enters Maturity. Winter 1997:104–21
Giangreco, Dennis. To Bomb Or Not to Bomb. Spring 1998:140–45
Hamilton, Charles D. From Archidamus to Alexander: The Revolution in Greek Warfare. Winter 1995:84–95
Hone, Thomas. Fighting on Our Own Ground: The War of Production, 1920–1942. Spring 1992:93–107
Horward, Donald D. British Seapower and Its Influence upon the Peninsular War (1808–1814). Fall 1978:54–71
Kirin, Stephen J. Synchronization. Autumn 1996:7–22
Knox, Bernard M. W.
Thucydides and the Peloponnesian War: Politics and Power. January–February 1973:3–15
Fifth Century Athens: The Intellectual Background of Thucydides. November–December 1973:16–29
Longford, Lady Elizabeth. Wellington. January–February 1974:17–25
Ohls, Gary J. Fort Fisher: Amphibious Victory in the American Civil War. Autumn 2006:81–99
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Ring, Morton L. The Munitions Board and National Strategy. June 1950:17–40
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
Schneller, Robert J., Jr. A Littoral Frustration: The Union Navy and the Siege of Charleston, 1863–1865. Winter 1996:38–60
Seal, Tom. Roots of Conflict: The First World War and the Political Fragmentation of the Middle East. Spring 1992:69–79
Skelton, Ike. Whispers of Warriors: The Importance of History to the Military Professional. Summer 2000:7–20
Swain, Richard M. “The Hedgehog and the Fox”: Jomini, Clausewitz, and History. Autumn 1990:98–109
Turner, Gordon B. Classic Strategic Concepts. November 1956:1–20
Vego, Milan. German War Gaming. Autumn 2012:106–47
White, Donald G. The Newport Artillery Company. May 1970:71–74
Woolley, Peter J. The Role of Strategy in Great Power Decline. Winter 1996:19–37
 
History—Naval and Maritime
Andidora, Ronald. Admiral Togo: An Adaptable Strategist. Spring 1991:52–62
Angevine, Robert G. Hiding in Plain Sight: The U.S. Navy and Dispersed Operations under EMCON, 1956–1972. Spring 2011:79–95
Apt, Benjamin L. Mahan’s Forebears: The Debate over Maritime Strategy, 1868–1883. Summer 1997:86–111
Armstrong, Benjamin. The Most Daring Act of the Age: Principles for Naval Irregular Warfare. Autumn 2010:106–18
Asada, Sadeo. The Revolt against the Washington Treaty: The Imperial Japanese Navy and Naval Limitation, 1921–1927. Summer 1993:82–97
Baer, George W. U.S. Naval Strategy 1890–1945. Winter 1991:6–33
Bennett, Frank M. A Matter for Congratulations: A Vignette of 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
Bird, Keith W. The Origins and Role of German Naval History in the Inter- War Period 1918–1939. March–April 1979:42–58
Black, Jeremy. Midway and the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2009:131–40
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
Bollinger, Marty. Did a Soviet Merchant Ship Encounter the Pearl Harbor Strike Force? Autumn 2007:93–110
Børresen, Jacob. Alliance Naval Strategies and Norway in the Final Years of the Cold War. Spring 2011:97–115
Bouchard, Joseph F. Guarding the Cold War Ramparts: The U.S. Navy’s Role in Continental Air Defense. Summer 1999:111–35
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
Chisholm, Donald. A Remarkable Military Feat: The Hungnam Redeployment, December 1950. Spring 2012:105–44
Cooling, B. Franklin. The Making of a Navalist: Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Franklin Tracy and Seapower. September–October 1972:83–90
Corgan, Michael T. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Occupation of Iceland. Autumn 1992:34–54
Dahl, Erik J. Net-centric before Its Time: The Jeune École and Its Lessons for Today. Autumn 2005:109–35
Doyle, Michael K. The U.S. Navy and War Plan Orange, 1933–1945: Making Necessity a Virtue. May–June 1980:49–63
Dunn, Robert F. Six Amazing Years: RAGs, NATOPS, and More. Summer 2011:98–110
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Frank, Willard C., Jr.
Misperception and Incidents at Sea: The Deutschland and Leipzig Crises, 1937. Spring 1990:31–46
Multinational Naval Cooperation in the Spanish Civil War. Spring 1994:72–101
Friedman, Hal M. The Quiet Warrior Back in Newport: Admiral Spruance, the Return to the Naval War College, and the Lessons of the Pacific War, 1946–1947. Spring 2011:116–39
Fuquea, David C. Bougainville: The Amphibious Assault Enters Maturity. Winter 1997:104–21
Gilkerson, William, and Tyrone Martin. The Artist, the Historian, and the USS Constitution. Summer 1997:115–22
Golda, E. Michael. The Dardanelles Campaign: A Historical Analogy for Littoral Mine Warfare. Summer 1998:82–96
Goldrick, James. Naval Publishing the British Way. Winter 1992:85–99
Goldstein, Lyle J., and Yuri M. Zhukov. A Tale of Two Fleets: A Russian Perspective on the 1973 Naval Standoff in the Mediterranean. Spring 2004:27–63
Granger, Derek B. Dewey at Manila Bay: Lessons in Operational Art and Operational Leadership from America’s First Fleet Admiral. Autumn 2011:127–41
Graybar, Lloyd J. Admiral King’s Toughest Battle. February 1979:38–47
Hackemer, Kurt. Building the Military-Industrial Relationship: The U.S. Navy and American Business, 1854–1883. Spring 1999:89–111
Hanley, John T., Jr. Creating the 1980s Maritime Strategy and Implications for Today. Spring 2014:11–29
Hansen, Kenneth P. Raeder versus Wegener: Conflict in German Naval Strategy. Autumn 2005:81–108
Hattendorf, John B.
A Long Lost Farragut Letter Is Rediscovered. December 1971:97–99
The Idea of a “Fleet in Being” in Historical Perspective. Winter 2014:43–60
Hauner, Milan L. Stalin’s Big-Fleet Program. Spring 2004:87–120
Hayes, John D. Admiral Joseph Mason Reeves, USN: Part I, to 1931. The Engineering, Gunnery, and Aviation Years. November 1970:48–57; Part II, 1931 to 1948. January 1972:50–64
Heinl, Robert D. The Inchon Landing: A Case Study in Amphibious Planning. May 1967:51–72; repr. Spring 1998:117–34
Holmes, James.
Why Doesn’t America Have a Nelson? Does It Need One? Autumn 2005:15–24
“A Striking Thing”: Leadership, Strategic Communications, and Roosevelt’s Great White Fleet. Winter 2008:51–67
Hone, Thomas C.
The Effectiveness of the “Washington Treaty” Navy. November–December 1979:35–59
Replacing Battleships with Aircraft Carriers in the Pacific in World War II. Winter 2013:56–76
Hone, Thomas C., and Mark D. Mandles. Managerial Style in the Interwar Navy: A Reappraisal. September–October 1980:88–101
Hone, Thomas C., Norman Friedman, and Mark D. Mandeles. The Development of the Angled-Deck Aircraft Carrier: Innovation and Adaptation. Spring 2011:63–78
Hone, Trent. U.S. Navy Surface Battle Doctrine and Victory in the Pacific. Winter 2009:65–103
Hourihan, William J. The Best Ambassador: Rear Admiral Cotton and the Cruise of the European Squadron, 1903. July–August 1979:63–72
Isom, Dallas Woodbury. The Battle of Midway: Why the Japanese Lost. Summer 2000:60–100
Jones, Marcus O. Innovation for Its Own Sake: The Type XXI U-boat. Spring 2014:117–30
Koda, Yoji
A Commander’s Dilemma: Admiral Yamamoto and the “Gradual Attrition” Strategy. Autumn 1993:63–74
The Russo-Japanese War: Primary Causes of Japanese Success. Spring 2005:11–44
Kojukharov, Asen. In Retrospect: The Employment of Antiship Missiles. Autumn 1997:118–24
Kristof, John J. The Royal Navy’s Defeat of the French at Sea in the Years 1793–1815. March–April 1973:41–45
Langenberg, William H. The German Battleship Tirpitz: A Strategic Warship. July–August 1981:81–92
Levy, James P.
Ready or Not? The Royal Navy’s Home Fleet at the Outset of World War II. Autumn 1999:90–108
Race for the Decisive Weapon: British, American, and Japanese Carrier Fleets, 1942–1943. Winter 2005:137–50
Was There Something Unique to the Japanese That Lost Them the Battle of Midway? Winter 2014:119–24
Maddux, Thomas R. United States–Soviet Naval Relations in the 1930’s: The Soviet Union’s Efforts to Purchase Naval Vessels. Fall 1976:28–37
Mahnken, Thomas G. Asymmetric Warfare at Sea: The Naval Battles off Guadalcanal, 1942–1943. Winter 2011:95–121
McKillip, Robert W. H. Undermining Technology by Strategy: Resolving the Trade Protection Dilemma of 1917. Summer 1991:18–37
McLean, Douglas M. Confronting Technological and Tactical Change: Allied Antisubmarine Warfare in the Last Year of the Battle of the Atlantic. Winter 1994:87–104
Mobley, Richard
Pueblo: A Retrospective. Spring 2001:98–118
Deterring Iran, 1968–71: The Royal Navy, Iran, and the Disputed Persian Gulf Islands. Autumn 2003:107–19
Morison, Samuel Eliot. Thoughts on Naval Strategy, World War II. March 1968:3–10; repr. Winter 1998:58–66
Norton, Douglas M. The Open Secret: The U.S. Navy in the Battle of the Atlantic, April–December 1941. January–February 1974:63–83
O’Hara, Vincent P., and Enrico Cernuschi. The Other Ultra: Signal Intelligence and the Battle to Supply Rommel’s Attack toward Suez. Summer 2013:117–38
Palmer, Michael A. Lord Nelson: Master of Command. Winter 1988:105–16
Parshall, Jonathan. Reflecting on Fuchida, or “A Tale of Three Whoppers.” Spring 2010:127–38
Parshall, Jonathan B., David D. Dickson, and Anthony B. Tully. Doctrine Matters: Why the Japanese Lost at Midway. Summer 2001:139–51
Pritchard, James. French Strategy and the American Revolution: A Reappraisal. Autumn 1994:83–108
Pullar, Walter S. Abe Lincoln’s Brown Water Navy. April 1969:71–88
Quester, George H. Two Hundred Years of Preemption. Autumn 2007:15–28
Ramsey, Russell W. Royce G. Shingleton: Rising Naval Historian. Summer 1992:162–64
Rowlands, Kevin. “Decided Preponderance at Sea”: Naval Diplomacy in Strategic Thought. Autumn 2012:89–105
Rhys-Jones, Graham. The Loss of the Bismarck: Who Was to Blame? Winter 1992:25–44
Rodger, N. A. M. The Hattendorf Prize Lecture The Perils of History. Winter 2013:7–15
Rohr, John A. Constitutional Foundations of the United States Navy: Text and Context. Winter 1992:68–84
Rollins, Patrick. Russian Commerce Raiders in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, 1904. Summer 1994:86–109
Ross, Angus K. Four Lessons That the U.S. Navy Must Learn from the Dreadnought Revolution. Autumn 2010:119–43
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
Rubel. Robert C.
The U.S. Navy’s Transition to Jets. Spring 2010:49–59
Command of the Sea: An Old Concept Resurfaces in a New Form. Autumn 2012:21–33   
Saxon, Timothy D. Anglo-Japanese Naval Cooperation, 1914–1918. Winter 2000:62–92
Schneller, Robert J., Jr. A Littoral Frustration: The Union Navy and the Siege of Charleston, 1863–1865. Winter 1996:38–60
Smith, Arthur M., and Harold R. Bohman. Medical Command and Control in Sea-Based Operations. Summer 2006:53–71
Snyder, Frank M.
Patrick O’Brian’s Aubrey-Maturin Novels. Summer 1994:128–31
A Matter of Interpretation. Spring 1998:146–50
Sumida, Jon.
New Insights from Old Books: The Case of Alfred Thayer Mahan. Summer 2001:100–11
Expectation, Adaptation, and Resignation: British Battle Fleet Tactical Planning, August1914–April 1916. Summer 2007:101–22
Surdam, David G.
The Union Navy’s Blockade Reconsidered. Autumn 1998:105–27
The Confederate Naval Buildup: Could More Have Been Accomplished? Winter 2001:107–28
Symonds, Craig L. The American Naval Expedition to Penobscot, 1779. April 1972:64–72
Thiesen, William H. Professionalization and American Naval Modernization in the 1880s. Spring 1996:33–49
Tokarev, Maksim Y. Kamikazes: The Soviet Legacy. Winter 2014:61–84
Tsunoda, Jun, and Kazutomi Uchida. The Pearl Harbor Attack: Admiral Yamamoto’s Fundamental Concept with Reference to Paul S. Dull’s A Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy (1941–1945). Fall 1978:83–88
Uhlig, Frank, Jr.
How Navies Fight, and Why. Winter 1995:34–49
The Constants of Naval Warfare. Spring 1997:92–105
A Real Revolution in Military Affairs and What It Achieved. Spring 1999:138–42
The Submarine, 1776–1918. Spring 2004:146–58
Vego, Milan.
Major Convoy Operation to Malta, 10–15 August 1942 (Operation PEDESTAL). Winter 2010:107–53
The Port Moresby–Solomons Operation (MO) and the Allied Reaction, 27 April–11 May 1942. Winter 2012:93–151
Weir, Gary E. Surviving the Peace: The Advent of American Naval Oceanography, 1914–1923. Autumn 1997:85–103
Wheeler, Gerald E. William Veazie Pratt, U.S. Navy: A Silhouette of an Admiral. May 1969:36–61
Whitlock, Duane L. The Silent War against the Japanese Navy. Autumn 1995:43–52
Wiarda, Jonathan S. The U.S. Coast Guard in Vietnam: Achieving Success in a Difficult War. Spring 1998:30–46
Wildenberg, Thomas
Chester Nimitz and the Development of Fueling at Sea. Autumn 1993:52–62
Midway: Sheer Luck or Better Doctrine? Winter 2005:121–35
 
Homeland Security
French, Arthur J., Joe DiRenzo III, and Chris Doane. U.S. Coast Guard Health Services Responders in Maritime Homeland Security. Summer 2006:73–88
Renuart, Victor E., Jr., and Dane S. Egli. Closing the Capability Gap: Developing New Solutions to Counter Maritime Threats. Spring 2008:15–24
Thomas, Guy. A Maritime Traffic-Tracking System: Cornerstone of Maritime Homeland Defense. Autumn 2003:137–52
Truver, Scott C. Mines and Underwater IEDs in U.S. Ports and Waterways: Context, Threats, Challenges, and Solutions. Winter 2008:106–27
 
Horn of Africa
Warner, Lesley Anne. Pieces of Eight: An Appraisal of U.S. Counterpiracy Options in the Horn of Africa. Spring 2010:61–87
 
Hospital Ships
Grunawalt, Richard J. Hospital Ships in the War on Terror: Sanctuaries or Targets? Winter 2005:89–119
Smith, Arthur M. Has the Red Cross–Adorned Hospital Ship Become Obsolete? Summer 2005:121–31
Smith, Arthur M., and Harold R. Bohman. Medical Command and Control in Sea-Based Operations. Summer 2006:53–71
 
Humanitarian Assistance
Dinstein, Yoram. The Right to Humanitarian Assistance. Autumn 2000:77–92
Frank, Willard C., Jr. Multinational Naval Cooperation in the Spanish Civil War. Spring 1994:72–101
Johnson, Mark H. The Coast Guard Alternative. Winter 2000:141–47
Lucius, Robert E. Pacific Partnership Visits Vietnam: Setting the Standard for Sea-Based Humanitarian Cooperation. Autumn 2007:125–33
Miskel, James. Are We Learning the Right Lessons from Africa’s Humanitarian Crises? Summer 1999:136–47
O'Connor, Cathal. Foreign Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Operations: Lessons Learned and Best Practices. Winter 2012:152–60
Shafiq-ur-Rahman. Disaster in Bangladesh: A Multinational Relief Effort. Winter 1993:59–72
Shimodaira, Takuya. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in the Age of Multilateral Cooperation: Nontraditional Security. Spring 2014:52–68
 
Humanitarian Law
Dinstein, Yoram. The Right to Humanitarian Assistance. Autumn 2000:77–92
Doswald-Beck, Louise. Implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Future Wars. Winter 1999:24–52
Hauser, Rita E. International Law and Basic Human Rights. June 1971:51–58
 
Iceland
Campbell, Craig S. The Influence of Domestic Politics on the Defense Policy of Iceland. December 1970:76–99
Corgan, Michael T. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Occupation of Iceland. Autumn 1992:34–54
Fairlamb, John R. Icelandic Threat Perceptions. September–October 1981:66–77
Jóhannesson, Gudni Th. To the Edge of Nowhere? U.S. Icelandic Defense Relations during and after the Cold War. Summer /Autumn 2004:115–37
 
Inchon
Chisholm, Donald. Negotiated Command Relationships: Korean War Amphibious Operations, 1950. Spring 2000:65–124
Heinl, Robert D. The Inchon Landing: A Case Study in Amphibious Planning. May 1967:51–72; repr. Spring 1998:117–34
 
India
Berlin, Donald L. India in the Indian Ocean. Spring 2006:58–89
Elkin, Jerrold F., and W. Andrew Ritezel. New Delhi’s Indian Ocean Policy. Autumn 1987:50–63
Hiranandani, Gulab. The Indian End of the Telescope: India and Its Navy. Spring 2002:61–72
Nadkarni, Vidya. India and Russia: The End of a Special Relationship? Autumn 1995:19–33
Prakash, Arun. A Carrier Force for the Indian Navy. Autumn 1990:58–71
Rehman, Iskander. Drowning Stability: The Perils of Naval Nuclearization and Brinkmanship in the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2012:64–88
Sagar, Imroze. Indo-Soviet Strategic Interests and Collaboration. January–February 1981:13–33
Shimkin, Demitri B. India: An Economic Failure or a Potential Superpower? May 1972:1–8
Sojka, Gary L. The Missions of the Indian Navy. January–February 1983:2–15
Stauffer, Joseph R. Sino-Indian Border Dispute: 1962. May 1967:81–117
Talbot, Phillips. Significance of India’s Leadership in Asian Neutralism. May 1959:33–50
Taylor, Paul D. India and Pakistan: Thinking about the Unthinkable. Summer 2001:40–51
Tellis, Ashley. Securing the Barrack: The Logic, Structure, and Objectives of India’s Navy Expansion. Part I, Summer 1990:77–97; Part II, Autumn 1990:31–57
Younger, Edward. The Influence and Significance of India. June 1961:24–49
 
Indian Ocean
Amme, Carl H., Jr. An Indian Ocean ANZUS Squadron. April 1969:40–43
Cordner, Lee. Progressing Maritime Security Cooperation in the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2011:68–88
Coye, Beth F., ed. An Evaluation of U.S. Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean. October 1970:34–52
Holmes, James R., and Toshi Yoshihara. China and the United States in the Indian Ocean: An Emerging Strategic Triangle? Summer 2008:41–60
Kostecka, Daniel J. Places and Bases: The Chinese Navy’s Emerging Support Network in the Indian Ocean. Winter 2011:59–78
Rehman, Iskander. Drowning Stability: The Perils of Naval Nuclearization and Brinkmanship in the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2012:64–88
Ritezel, W. Andrew and Elkin, Jerrold F. New Delhi’s Indian Ocean Policy. Autumn 1987:50–63
 
Indonesia
Fitzgerald, Leo J. Colonial Influence on the Assimilation of the Indonesian Chinese. May 1968:71–91
 
Industry
Hackemer, Kurt. Building the Military-Industrial Relationship: The U.S. Navy and American Business, 1854–1883. Spring 1999:89–111
Miskel, James F. Reducing the Risks of Depending upon Foreign Industries. Autumn 1994:40–52
Wilson, Dennis B. Balancing Efficiency with Equity in Foreign Defense Acquisitions. Spring 1995:68–82
 
Information
Barnett, Roger W. Information Operations, Deterrence, and the Use of Force. Spring 1998:7–19
Bodnar, John W. The Military Technical Revolution: From Hardware to Information. Summer 1993:7–21
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
FitzSimonds, James R. The Cultural Challenge of Information Technology. Summer 1998:9–21
Gompert, David C. The Information Revolution and U.S. National Security. Autumn 1998:22–41
Harley, Jeffrey A. Information, Technology, and the Center of Gravity. Winter 1997:66–87
Mackay, Leo S., Jr. Naval Aviation, Information, and the Future. Spring 1992:7–19
Rather, Dan. Honest Brokers of Information. Autumn 1995:34–42
Tomes, Robert R. Boon or Threat? The Information Revolution and U.S. National Security. Summer 2000:39–59
 
Information Sharing
Soto, Alberto A. Maritime Information-Sharing Strategy: A Realistic Approach for the American Continent and the Caribbean. Summer 2010:139–52
 
Information Technology
Wolthusen, Stephen D. Self-Inflicted Vulnerabilities. Summer /Autumn 2004:103–13
 
Infrastructure
Struble, Dan. Infrastructure, Installations, and the Future of the Navy. Summer 1996:109–24
 
Innovation
Hayes, Bradd C. Institutionalizing Innovation: Objective or Oxymoron? Autumn 1995:7–18
Hone, Thomas C., Norman Friedman, and Mark D. Mandeles. The Development of the Angled-Deck Aircraft Carrier: Innovation and Adaptation. Spring 2011:63–78
James, Carolyn C. The Politics of Extravagance: The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Spring 2000:158–90
Jones, Marcus O. Innovation for Its Own Sake: The Type XXI U-boat. Spring 2014:117–30
Krepinevich, Andrew F., Jr. Military Experimentation: Time to Get Serious. Winter 2001:76–89
Murray, Williamson. Thinking about Innovation. Spring 2001:119–30
Williams, Kathleen Broome. Scientists in Uniform: The Harvard Computation Laboratory in World War II. Summer 1999:90–110
 
Insurgency
Blumenson, Martin. The Early French Resistance in Paris. Summer 1977:64–72
Conley, Michael C. The Strategy of Communist-Directed Insurgency and the Conduct of Counterinsurgency. May 1969:73–93
Cruse, Virginia. Changing Interrogation Facility Management to Defeat the Enemy. Winter 2011:142–47
Fall, Bernard B. The Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency. April 1965:21–38; repr. Winter 1998:46–57
Goodman, Allan E. U.S. Development Assistance in the Insurgency Environment: Gulliver’s Coming Out. February 1972:13–23
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Insurgency: Origins and the Nature of the Beast. May 1971:67–75
Long, William F., Jr. Urban Insurgency War Game. May 1969:68–72
Norton, John H. Russia, China, and Insurgency. October 1970:53–68
Rankin, Karl L. Communist Insurgency in Greece. September 1962:1–22
Rubottom, R. Richard. Latin America: Revolution or Evolution as the Answer to Insurgency. June 1963:17–25
Sanger, Richard H. The Age of Sociopolitical Change. October 1969:3–16
Somit, Albert. Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency. October 1962:44–56
Ward, Compton E. Subversive Insurgency An Analytical Model. September 1967:3–25
 
Intelligence
Allen, Craig H. The Limits of Intelligence in Maritime Counterproliferation Operations. Winter 2007:35–52
Ash, Lawrence N. Wilderness Guide: Intelligence for the Commander in Bosnia. Summer 1996:30–41
Colwell, Robert N. Intelligence and the Okinawa Battle. March–April 1985:81–95
Cruse, Virginia. Changing Interrogation Facility Management to Defeat the Enemy. Winter 2011:142–47
Donovan, William J. The Needs of the Nation in Intelligence. November 1948:27–35
Hanyok, Robert J. “Catching the Fox Unaware”: Japanese Radio Denial and Deception and the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Autumn 2008:99–124
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Cold War Operations: The Politics of Communist Confrontation; Part
VII, The Intelligence Organization. May 1968:61–70
Lissitzyn, Oliver J. Electronic Reconnaissance from the High Seas and International Law. February 1970:26–34
Manthorpe, William H. J., Jr. The Secretary and CNO on 23–24 October 1962: Setting the Historical Record Straight. Winter 2013:21–40
Oseth, John M. Intelligence and Low-Intensity Conflict. November–December 1984:19–36
Patch, John. Fortuitous Endeavor: Intelligence and Deception in Operation TORCH. Autumn 2008:73–97
Phelan, George R. Introduction to Command Intelligence. December 1953:31–56
Turner, Stansfield. The CIA and National Security. May–June 1984:4–11
Westwood, James T. A Contemporary Political Dilemma: The Impact of Intelligence Operations on Foreign Policy. Spring 1977:85–91
 
International Cooperation
Cornell, Alexander H. International Codevelopment and Coproduction of Weapons. December 1970:64–75
Hicks, Brad, George Galdorisi, and Scott C. Truver. The Aegis BMD Global Enterprise: A “High End” Maritime Partnership. Summer 2012:65–80
Kaufman, Robert G. A Paradigm for a Post-Postwar Order. Winter 1991:83–97
Maddison, Paul A. Strategic Trust and Cooperation. Autumn 2012:7–15
 
International Criminal Court
Schmitt, Michael N., and Peter J. Richards. Into Uncharted Waters: The International Criminal Court. Winter 2000:93–136
 
International Law
Aceves, William J. Diplomacy at Sea: U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the Black Sea. Spring 1993:59–79
Allen, Craig H. Moderator’s Report: Legal Experts’ Workshop on the Future Global Legal Order. Autumn 2007:73–91
Annual Naval War College International Law Study. November 1965:1–5
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
Bilder, Richard B. Emerging Legal Problems of the Deep Seas and Polar Regions. December 1967:34–49
Boma, James R. Troubled Waters off the Land of the Morning Calm: A Job for the Fleet. Spring 1989:33–35
Briggs, Herbert W. The Position of Individuals in International Law. May 1955:77–96
Brock, John R. Archipelago Concept of Limits of Territorial Seas. December 1966:34–97
Bunn, George. International Law and the Use of Force in Peacetime: Do U.S. Ships Have to Take the First Hit? May–June 1986:69–80
Carlisle, Geoffrey E. Aspects of International Law Affecting the Naval Commander. May 1953:31–53
Dalton, Jane G. Future Navies—Present Issues. Winter 2006:17–39
DeCamp, William T. Grenada: The Spirit and the Letter of the Law. May–June 1985:28–36
Dinstein, Yoram. The Right to Humanitarian Assistance. Autumn 2000:77–92
Doswald-Beck, Louise. Implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Future Wars. Winter 1999:24–52
Dutton, Peter.
Carving Up the East China Sea. Spring 2007:49–72
Three Disputes and Three Objectives: China and the South China Sea. Autumn 2011:42–67
Evans, Alona E. The Individual and International Law: Some Current Aspects. March 1972:65–77
Falk, Richard A. New Trends in International Law: The Challenges of the Ecological Age. March 1970:18–25
Farrant, James. The Gaza Flotilla Incident and the Modern Law of Blockade. Summer 2013:81–98
Fenwick, Charles G. International Law, the O.A.S., and the Dominican Crisis. December 1966:18–30
Galdorisi, George. The United States and the Law of the Sea: Changing Interests and New Imperatives. Autumn 1996:23–43
Goldie, Louis F. E.
International Law and the World Community: The Meaning of Words, the Nature of Things, and the Face of the International Order. February 1971:8–20
Legal Aspects of the Refusal of Asylum by U.S. Coast Guard on 23 November 1970. May 1971:32–40
International Law of the Sea: A Review of States’ Offshore Claims and Competences. February 1972:43–66
Green, Leslie C. War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity, and Command Responsibility. Spring 1997:26–68
Gross, Leo. Introduction to International Law. May 1955:1–23
Grunawalt, Richard J. Hospital Ships in the War on Terror: Sanctuaries or Targets? Winter 2005:89–119
Hauser, Rita E. International Law and Basic Human Rights. June 1971:51–58
Hazard, John N. Soviet Interpretation and Application of International Law. May 1955:51–76
Hearn, Wilfred A. Introduction to International Law as it Pertains to the Naval Officer. October 1964:1–13
Hogg, James F. What Is International Law? December 1966:1–17
Hudson, Manley O. Legal Foundations of International Relations. May 1949:11–20
Jessup, Philip C. Jurisdiction. January 1956:1–31
Joyner, Christopher C. Offshore Maritime Terrorism: International Implications and the Legal Response. July–August 1983:16–31
Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. Recent Trends of International Law. January 1963:11–20
Kenny, Henry J. The South China Sea: A Dangerous Ground. Summer 1996:96–108
Kraska, James. Grasping “the Influence of Law on Sea Power.” Summer 2009:113–35
Levie, Howard S. Mine Warfare and International Law. April 1972:27–35
Lillich, Richard B. Forcible Self-Help under International Law. February 1970:56–65
Lipson, Leon S. The Soviet View of International Law. December 1963:16–36
Lissitzyn, Oliver J.
Soviet Interpretation and Application of International Law. January 1956:33–58
Soviet Interpretation of International Law. February 1958:1–18
The Soviet View of International Law. November 1961:1–21
Electronic Reconnaissance from the High Seas and International Law. February 1970:26–34
MacChesney, Brunson. Recognition of States and Governments: An Introductory Survey. January 1969:41–52
Mallison, William T. An Introduction to the Role of Law in the World Community. November 1960:16–39
Mann, Clyde R. Asylum Denied: The Vigilant Incident. May 1971:4–31
McAuliffe, W. C., Jr. Discussions in International Law. October 1967:85–106
McDevitt, Joseph B. Current International Law Problems of the Navy. May 1970:41–49
McDougal, Myres S.
Jurisdiction. January 1957:1–23
The Authority to Use Force on the High Seas. December 1967:19–31
The Law of the High Seas in Time of Peace. January–February 1973:35–47
McHugh, James J. Forcible Self-Help in International Law. November–December 1972:61–86
McNeill, John H.
New Issues and New Interest in the Law of the Sea. January 1969:12–18
Military-to-Military Arrangements for the Prevention of U.S.-Russian Conflict. Spring 1994:23–29
Miller, William O.
Belligerency and Limited War. January 1969:19–27
Law of Naval Warfare. February 1972:35–42
Pedrozo, Raul. Close Encounters at Sea: The USNS Impeccable Incident. Summer 2009:101–11
Roach, J. Ashley. Rules of Engagement. January–February 1983:46–55
Robertson, Horace B., Jr.
A Legal Regime for the Resources of the Seabed and Subsoil of the Deep Sea: A Brewing Problem for International Lawmakers. October 1968:61–108
Contemporary International Law: Relevant to Today’s World? Summer 1992:89–103
The Obligation to Accept Surrender. Spring 1993:103–15
Rosenne, Shabtai. International Law and the Use of Force. January 1969:3–11
Rubin, Alfred P. Misconceptions of Law and Misguided Policy. November–December 1982:54–66
Russell, George L. Current International Law Problems. May 1950:13–36
Schachte, William L., Jr. The Unvarnished Truth: The Debate on the Law of the Sea Convention. Spring 2008:119–27
Schmitt, Michael N.
Aegean Angst: The Greek-Turkish Dispute. Summer 1996:42–72
The International Court of Justice and the Use of Nuclear Weapons. Spring 1998:91–116
Schmitt, Michael N., and Peter J. Richards. Into Uncharted Waters: The International Criminal Court. Winter 2000:93–136
Sohn, Louis B. International Law and Basic Human Rights. March 1970:52–63
Solis, Gary. Targeted Killing and the Law of Armed Conflict. Spring 2007:127–46
Spencer, John H. The Role of International Law in the World Community. December 1967:3–17
Terry, James P.
An Appraisal of Lawful Military Response to State-Sponsored Terrorism. May–June 1986:58–68
Law in Support of Policy in Panama. Autumn 1990:110–18
The Environment and the Laws of War: The Impact of Desert Storm. Winter 1992:61–67
Turner, Robert F. Military Action against Iraq Is Justified. Autumn 2002:72–76
Walker, Peter B. What Is Innocent Passage? January 1969:53–76
Woods, Theodore K., Jr. U.S. Navy Regulations, International Law, and the Organization of American States. February 1970:66–84
 
International Relations
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
Ader, Emile B. Conflicting Political and Economic Systems. January 1960:1–14
Barclay, Glen St. J. In the Sticky Fly Paper: The United States, Australia and Indonesia, 1959–1964. July–August 1981:67–80
Barnett, Frank R. Factors Producing the Current World Situation. November 1959:1–17
Barrows, Walter L. A Multipolar 1984: Speculations on the Stability of a Balance of Power International System. March–April 1974:38–51
Bathurst, Robert B. On Creating an Enemy. November–December 1981:14–26
Baxter, James P. Political Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. September 1953:43–61
Best, Richard A., Jr. The United States, Great Britain and the Cold War 1944–1947.November–December 1981:97–99
Blechman, Barry M., and Stephen S. Kaplan. Armed Forces as Political Instruments. Spring 1978:80–87
Bok, Sissela. Secrets and Deception: Implications for the Military. March–April 1985:73–80
Bowles, Chester. The Forces Producing the Present World Situation. September 1956:9–42
Bratton, Patrick C. When Is Coercion Successful? And Why Can’t We Agree on It? Summer 2005:99–120
Burke, Arleigh A. The U.S. Navy’s Role in General War and Conflict Short of General War. April 1959:1–12
Cracker, Edward S. The Art of Successful Negotiation in International Affairs. April 1954:19–42
Delaney, Robert F. Reflections on Political Communication and Insurgency. December 1969:3–9
Ealy, Lawrence O. Colonialism in the Twentieth Century. September 1966:61–70
Frazer, Keener C. The Challenge Facing the International Community. May 1956:19–38
Fry, Earl H. Strategic Choices and Changes in the International Political Economy. Winter 1990:31–52
Furniss, Edgar S. Regional Associations. January 1959:21–38
Gyorgy, Andrew. The Nature and Character of International Politics. May 1959:1–32
Hudson, Manley O. Legal Foundations of International Relations. May 1949:11–20
Ignatieff, Michael. The Challenges of American Imperial Power. Spring 2003:53–63
Irani, Robert G., and William O. Staudenmaier. Microstates and the Balance of Power in the Contemporary International System. Summer 1978:76–96
Kaufman, Robert G. A Paradigm for a Post-Postwar Order. Winter 1991:83–97
Jackson, Henry M. The Strategic Implications of the Current World Situation. September 1966:1–7
Johnson, William S. Naval Diplomacy and the Failure of Balanced Security in the Far East, 1921–1935. February 1972:67–88
Kohn, Hans. Nationalism in International Relations. May 1960:21–32
Lerche, Charles O. The Nation-State System: A Source of Conflict. December 1958:21–40
Masland, John W. Forces Producing the Present World Situation. February 1955:21–51
Morgenthau, Hans J.
Principles of International Politics. February 1956:1–13
Realism in International Politics. January 1958:1–15; repr. Winter 1998:16–25
Organization of a Power System: Unilateralism and the Balance of Power. February 1968:3–11
Nitze, Paul H. World Order from Hiroshima to Kuwait. Autumn 1991:7–15
Northrop, Filmer S. C. International Conflict and Means of Resolution. December 1954:1–20
Perkins, Dexter
Political Factors in the Formulation of Strategy. January 1955:1–22
The Position of the United States in the International Political System. March 1956:1–23
Rhoads, Robert W. Morality in International Relations? January 1965:49–55
Rostow, Walt W. Politico-Economic World Developments as They Affect NATO Nations in the 1970’s. April 1971:4–13
Sanger, Richard H. The Age of Sociopolitical Change. October 1969:3–16
Sarotte, Mary Elise. Transatlantic Tension and Threat Perception. Autumn 2005:25–37
Strasser, Joseph C., and Richard H. Wyttenbach. The Future Course of World Politics 1972–1987. May 1972:16–36
Trask, David F. Woodrow Wilson and International Statescraft: A Modern Assessment. March–April 1983:57–68
Turner, Gordon B. Nationalism and World Politics. June 1958:27–48
Wachtmeister, Count Wilhelm. Neutrality and International Order. Spring 1990:105–14
Warren, David D. The Nature of the Nation State System. March 1963:1–11
Weidenfeld, Werner. A New Order, New Powers. Autumn 2003:153–56
Wilmot, Chester. The Higher Direction of the War. November 1952:1–41
Wriston, Henry M.
“Policy” in Foreign Affairs. September 1950:1–18
Tensions. May 1951:21–46
Political Factors in National Strategy. September 1955:11–32
The Validity of Limited Objectives. November 1957:1–32
 
International Security
Brement, Marshall. Reflections on Soviet New Thinking on Security Questions. Autumn 1989:5–21
Claude, Inis L., Jr.
The New International Security Order: Changing Concepts. Winter 1994:9–17
The United States and Changing Approaches to National Security and World Order. Summer 1995:46–61
Cox, Richard H. On the Idea of Collective Security. April 1968:3–16
Grudzinski, Przemyslaw. A Contract with Central Europe. Summer 1996:7–29
Hanley, John T. Implications of the Changing Nature of Conflict for the Submarine Force. Autumn 1993:9–28
Kaufman, Robert G. A Paradigm for a Post-Postwar Order, Winter 1991:83–97
Larson, Charles R. Personal Reflections on the Use of Military Force and Its Relevance to National Security Strategy. Winter 1995:83–90
Lewandowski, Henry M. Security Assistance Guidelines. March–April 1986:74–86
Pickering, Thomas R. The U.N. Contribution to Future International Security. Winter 1993:94–104
Nathan, James A., and James K. Oliver. The Evolution of International Order and the Future of American Naval Presence Mission. Fall 1977:37–59
Nitze, Paul H. World Order from Hiroshima to Kuwait. Autumn 1991:7–15
Olsen, Edward A. Security in Northeast Asia: A Trilateral Alternative. January–February 1985:15–24
Rhys-Jones, Graham. Greeks Bearing Gifts: Impact of the INF Treaty on European Security. Winter 1989:56–65
Robertson, J. Michael. Alliances in the “Gray Areas.” Autumn 1995:53–66
Satoh, Yukio. Western Security: A Japanese Point of View. September–October 1983:75–90
Schoettle, Peter. Key Geostrategic Trends: A Cloudy Crystal Ball. Winter 1995:63–72
Smith, E. D., Jr. The Security Dilemma. Autumn 1988:57–65
Smith, Edward A., Jr. What “. . . From the Sea” Didn’t Say. Winter 1995:9–33
Weisser, Ulrich. The German-American Debate on Security and Strategy. Summer 1987:42–52
Wolfers, Arnold. The Balance of Power in Theory and Practice. January 1959:1–20
 
Interoperability
Neves, Juan Carlos. Interoperability in Multinational Coalitions: Lessons from the Persian Gulf War. Winter 1995:50–62
 
Interposition
Pitt, William M. The Use of Seapower in Countering the Strategy of Interposition. September 1971:47–69
Walter, Charles W. Interposition: The Strategy and Its Uses. June 1970:72–84
 
Intervention
DeCamp, William T. Grenada: The Spirit and the Letter of the Law. May–June 1985:28–36
Etzold, Thomas H. Responding to Soviet Intervention in the Third World. May–June 1982:25–55
Garofano, John. Deciding on Military Intervention: What Is the Role of Senior Military Leaders? Spring 2000:40–64
Lillich, Richard B. Forcible Self-Help under International Law. February 1970:56–65
Miller, William O. Collective Intervention and the Law of the Charter. April 1970:71–100
 
Iran
Ghavami, Taghi. Shatt-al-Arab (Arvand-Rud) Crisis. September–October 1974:58–64
Ghoreishi, Ahmad, and Dariush Zahedi. Iran’s Security Concerns in the Persian Gulf. Summer 1996:73–95
Gouré, Daniel, and Rebecca Grant. U.S. Naval Options for Influencing Iran. Autumn 2009:13–35
Hickman, William F. Did It Really Matter? March–April 1983:17–30
Mobley, Richard. Deterring Iran, 1968–71: The Royal Navy, Iran, and the Disputed Persian Gulf Islands. Autumn 2003:107–19
O’Neill, Bard E., and Paul R. Viotti. Iran and American Security Policy in the Middle East. January–February 1975:54–65
Samii, Abbas William. The Iranian Nuclear Issue and Informal Networks. Winter 2006:63–89
Tahir-Kheli, Shirin. Soviet Fortunes on the Southern Tier: Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan. November–December 1981:3–13
Wawro, Geoffrey. Our Special Correspondent: Letter from Iran. Winter 2002:109–24
Wright, Edwin M. Iran. May 1949:1–9
 
Iraq
Langenheim, William S. Give Peace a Chance: First, Try Coercive Diplomacy. Autumn 2002:49–71
Marr, Phebe. Iraq “the Day After”: Internal Dynamics in Post-Saddam Iraq. Winter 2003:13–29
Terry, James P. A Legal Appraisal of Military Action in Iraq. Summer /Autumn 2004:53–66
Turner, Robert F. Military Action against Iraq Is Justified. Autumn 2002:72–76
 
Islamic World
Badeau, John S. Political and Social Significance of Islam in the Middle East. May 1960:1–19
Hashim, Ahmed S. The World according to Usama Bin Laden. Autumn 2001:11–36
Kohn, Hans. Bases of Islamic Political Thought. September 1954:27–42
Salem, Elie A. The Political and Social Significance of Islam. February 1961:21–35
 
Israel
Davis, M. Thomas. The Politics of Begin’s Baghdad Raid. March–April 1982:33–40
Farrant, James. The Gaza Flotilla Incident and the Modern Law of Blockade. Summer 2013:81–98
Inbar, Efraim
Israel’s New Military Doctrine. January–February 1983:26–40
The Israeli Navy. Winter 1990:100–12
Keller, Gerald J. Israeli–South African Trade: An Analysis of Recent Developments. Spring 1978:74–80
Lambeth, Benjamin S. Learning from Lebanon: Airpower and Strategy in Israel’s 2006 War against Hezbollah. Summer 2012:83–104
Mariaschin, Daniel S. The Lebanese War. May–June 1985:93–97
Mumford, Jay C. Potential of International Conflict in Israel. July–August 1980:74–83
Sax, Samuel W., and Avigdor Levy. Arab-Israeli Conflict Four: A Preliminary Assessment. January–February 1974:7–16
 
IW (Information Warfare). See Warfare—Information
 
Japan
Andidora, Ronald. Admiral Togo: An Adaptable Strategist. Spring 1991:52–62
Asada, Sadeo. The Revolt against the Washington Treaty: The Imperial Japanese Navy and Naval Limitation, 1921–1927. Summer 1993:82–97
Auer, James E. Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force: An Appropriate Maritime Strategy. December 1971:3–20
Bex, John E. Japan: An Alien Ally. November 1970:42–47
Buck, James H. The Japanese Self-Defense Force. January–February 1974:40–54
Caravaggio, Angelo N. “Winning” the Pacific War: The Masterful Strategy of Commander Minoru Genda. Winter 2014:85–118
Connell, Lewis E. Economic Imperatives Influencing Japan’s Military Force Levels. November 1971:49–54
Dutton, Peter. Carving Up the East China Sea. Spring 2007:49–72
Genda, Minoru. Tactical Planning in the Imperial Japanese Navy. October 1969:45–50
Giarra, Paul S. Host Nation Support, Responsibility Sharing, and Alternative Approaches to U.S. Bases in Japan. Autumn 1997:49–66
Goldman, Justin An Amphibious Capability in Japan’s Self-Defense Force: Operationalizing Dynamic Defense. Autumn 2013:117–34
Harris, Tobias. How Will the DPJ Change Japan? Winter 2010:77–96
Harvey, Thomas H., Jr. The Portents of Signals: U.S.-Japan Relations. March–April 1979:77–81
Hirama, Yoichi. Japanese Naval Preparations for World War II. Spring 1991:63–81
Isom, Dallas Woodbury. The Battle of Midway: Why the Japanese Lost. Summer 2000:60–100
Kawano, Katsutoshi. Japan’s Military Role: Alliance Recommendations for the Twenty-first Century. Autumn 1998:9–21
Kitamura, Kenichi. The Dawn of the New Japanese Navy: The Story of a Japanese Officer’s Attendance at the US Naval War College. September–October 1984:108–16
Koda, Yoji.
A Commander’s Dilemma: Admiral Yamamoto and the “Gradual Attrition” Strategy. Autumn 1993:63–74
The Emerging Republic of Korea Navy: A Japanese Perspective. Spring 2010:13–34
The Russo-Japanese War: Primary Causes of Japanese Success. Spring 2005:11–44
A New Carrier Race? Strategy, Force Planning, and JS Hyuga. Summer 2011:31–60
Martin, Edward L. The Evolving Missions and Forces of the JMSDF. Winter 1995:39–67
Modly, Thomas B. The Rhetoric and Realities of Japan’s 1,000-Mile Sea-Lane Defense Policy. January–February 1985:25–35
Niksch, Larry A. Attitudes toward Defense and Security Issues. July–August 1983:57–72
Nishihara, Masashi. Maritime Cooperation in the Pacific: The United States and Its Partners. Summer 1987:37–41
O’Connell, John F. For Want of a Timely Call. Winter 2013:101–109
Olsen, Edward A. Determinants of Strategic Burdensharing in East Asia: The U.S.-Japan Context. May–June 1986:4–21
Rahn, Werner. Japan and Germany, 1941–1943: No Common Objective, No Common Plans, No Basis of Trust. Summer 1993:47–68
Rowe, David N. The Future of Japan. September 1957:1–29
Saxon, Timothy D. Anglo-Japanese Naval Cooperation, 1914–1918. Winter 2000:62–92
Sayers, Eric. The “Consequent Interest” of Japan’s Southwestern Islands: A Mahanian Appraisal of the Ryukyu Archipelago. Spring 2013:45–61
Shimodaira, Takuya. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in the Age of Multilateral Cooperation: Nontraditional Security. Spring 2014:52–68
Takahashi, Rex M. The Kuriles: Passage or Obstruction to Regional Peace? Autumn 1991:84–95
Uchida, Kazutomi. The Rearmament of the Japanese Maritime Forces. November–December 1973:41–48
Ushiba, Nobuhiko. Japan: Her Role in World Affairs. April 1971:14–21
Woolley, Peter J., and Mark S. Woolley. The Kata of Japan’s Naval Forces. Spring 1996:59–69
Yanaga, Chitoshi. Japan’s Role in the Free World. February 1964:1–17
Yoshihara, Toshi. Chinese Missile Strategy and the U.S. Naval Presence in Japan: The Operational View from Beijing. Summer 2010:39–62
Yoshihara, Toshi, and James R. Holmes.
Japanese Maritime Thought: If Not Mahan, Who? Summer 2006:23–51
Thinking about the Unthinkable: Tokyo’s Nuclear Option. Summer 2009:59–78
 
Jeune École
Dahl, Erik J. Net-centric before Its Time: The Jeune École and Its Lessons for Today. Autumn 2005:109–35
 
JFACC. See Joint Forces Air Component Commander
 
Joint Chiefs of Staff
Hall, David K. An Assessment of the JCS as an Advisory and Decisionmaking Institution. September–October 1985:37–54
Hamilton, William A., III. The Decline and Fall of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. April 1972:36–58
Holloway, J. L., III. Inside the JCS: Decision in Crisis. September–October 1985:28–36
Korb, Lawrence J. The Secretary of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Conflict in the Budgetary Process, 1947–1971. December 1971:21–42
Lemnitzer, Lyman L. The Joint Chiefs of Staff and National Security. March 1961:1–14
Megee, Vernon E. The Joint Staff. March 1951:1–17
Murray, Robert J. JCS Reform: A Defense of the Current System. September–October 1985:20–27
Murray, Williamson. JCS Reform: A German Example? November–December 1985:28–41
Owens, Mackubin Thomas. American Strategic Culture and Civil-Military Relations: The Case of JCS Reform. March–April 1986:43–59
 
Joint Forces Air Component Commander
Woodcock, William A. The Joint Forces Air Command Problem: Is Network-centric Warfare the Answer? Winter 2003:124–38
 
Joint Operations. And see Jointness
Ash, Lawrence N. Wilderness Guide: Intelligence for the Commander in Bosnia. Summer 1996:30–41
Barry, John L., and James Blaker. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Lambeth, Benjamin S. Air Force–Navy Integration in Strike Warfare: A Role Model for Seamless Joint-Service Operations. Winter 2008:27–49
McCarthy, James P. Commanding Joint and Coalition Operations. Winter 1993:9–21
Nichols, Franklin A.
Theater Air Forces. December 1951:37–55
Theater Air Forces. April 1953:45–66
Smith, Arthur M. Integrated Medical Support in Joint Operations: A Question of Commitment. Summer 1995:32–45
 
Joint Vision
Ridderhof, Phillip J. Thinking Out of the Box: Reading Military Texts from a Different Perspective. Autumn 2002:83–95
 
Jointness. And see Joint Operations
Barry, John L., and James Blaker. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
Kozloski, Robert P. An Affordable Approach to Jointness          . Autumn 2012:41–63
 
Jurisdiction
Hearn, Wilfred A. Special Aspects of Jurisdiction at Sea. February 1958:19–37
Jessup, Philip C. Jurisdiction. January 1956:1–31
MacChesney, Brunson. Special Aspects of Jurisdiction at Sea. January 1957:59–77
McDougal, Myres S. Jurisdiction. January 1957:1–23
 
Korea
Boma, James R. Troubled Waters off the Land of the Morning Calm: A Job for the Fleet. Spring 1989:33–55
Kim, Duk-Ki. The Republic of Korea’s Counter-Asymmetric Strategy: Lessons from ROKS Cheonan and Yeonpyeong Island. Winter 2012:55–74
 
Korean War
Chisholm, Donald.
Negotiated Command Relationships: Korean War Amphibious Operations, 1950. Spring 2000:65–124
A Remarkable Military Feat: The Hungnam Redeployment, December 1950. Spring 2012:105–44
Danzik, Wayne. Coalition Forces in the Korean War. Autumn 1994:25–39
Garofano, John. Deciding on Military Intervention: What Is the Role of Senior Military Leaders? Spring 2000:40–64
Heinl, Robert D. The Inchon Landing: A Case Study in Amphibious Planning. May 1967:51–72; repr. Spring 1998:117–34
Kim, Sang Mo. The Implications of the Sea War in Korea: From the Standpoint of the Korean Navy. Summer 1967:105–39
 
Kosovo
Baker, James E. When Lawyers Advise Presidents in Wartime: Kosovo and the Law of Armed Conflict. Winter 2002:11–26
Borch. Frederic L. Targeting after Kosovo: Has the Law Changed for Strike Planners? Spring 2003:64–81
 
Krueger, Walter
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
 
Language
Newman, Edwin. The State of American English. Summer 1977:28–32
 
Latin America
Bader, Thomas M. Swords and Plowshares. October 1969:21–25
Ealy, Lawrence O. Latin America’s Importance to the United States. June 1959:1–28
McGann, Thomas F. The Strategic Importance of Latin America: Resources and People. June 1956:45–66
Miller, Roger J. The Staggering Problems of Latin American Development: Challenges to an Alliance for Progress. May 1962:1–18
Rosas, Ariel M. Latin America–U.S. Relations: A Latin-American Perspective. Autumn 1986:51–59
Rubottom, R. Richard
Latin America: Revolution or Evolution as the Answer to Insurgency. June 1963:17–25
The Inter-American System: An Evaluation. June 1964:1–13
Sugden, G. Scott. The Prospects for Student Activism in Latin America. April 1971:54–60
Swett, Jorge. U.S. Policies toward Latin America: Much Room for Much Improvement. Spring 1990:76–84
 
Law of Armed Conflict
Allen, Craig H. Moderator’s Report: Legal Experts’ Workshop on the Future Global Legal Order. Autumn 2007:73–91
Baker, James E. When Lawyers Advise Presidents in Wartime: Kosovo and the Law of Armed Conflict. Winter 2002:11–26
Borch. Frederic L. Targeting after Kosovo: Has the Law Changed for Strike Planners? Spring 2003:64–81
Davidson, Michael J. Friendly Fire and the Limits of the Military Justice System. Winter 2011:122–41
Green, Leslie C. War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity, and Command Responsibility. Spring 1997:26–68
Solis, Gary. Targeted Killing and the Law of Armed Conflict. Spring 2007:127–46
 
Law of the Sea
Alexander, Lewis M. The Law of the Sea Conference: Issues in Current Negotiations. November–December 1974:42–49
Ashmore, Sir Edward. The Possible Effects on Maritime Operations of Any Future Convention of the Law of the Sea. Fall 1976:3–11
Bilder, Richard B. Emerging Legal Problems of the Deep Seas and Polar Regions. December 1967:34–49
Boma, James R. Troubled Waters off the Land of the Morning Calm: A Job for the Fleet. Spring 1989:33–55
Booth, Ken. Law and Strategy in Northern Waters. July–August 1981:3–21
Brock, John R. Archipelago Concept of Limits of Territorial Seas. December 1966:34–97
Cochran, Charles L. An Inter-American Approach to the Law of the Sea. March–April 1974:59–66
Frosch, Robert A. Marine Mineral Resources. October 1968:53–60
Galdorisi, George. The United States and the Law of the Sea: Changing Interests and New Imperatives. Autumn 1996:23–43
Hayes, John D. A Maritime Survey for 1970: Seamen, Fishermen, Prospectors: Who Will Own the Oceans? December 1969:31–40
Holmes, Ephraim P. Freedom of the Seas. June 1970:4–10
Jacobson, Jon L. Law of the Sea: What Now? March–April 1984:82–99
Janis, Mark W. The Soviet Navy and Ocean Law. March–April 1974:52–58
Kemp, Geoffrey, and Harlan Ullman. Towards a New Order of U.S. Maritime Policy. Summer 1977:98–114
Kenny, Henry J. The South China Sea: A Dangerous Ground. Summer 1996:96–108
MacChesney, Brunson. Special Aspects of Jurisdiction at Sea. January 1957:59–77
MacDonald, Charles G. Regionalism and the Law of the Sea: The Persian Gulf Perspective. September–October 1980:73–81
McDevitt, Joseph B.
New Issues and New Interest in the Law of the Sea. January 1969:12–18
Current International Law Problems of the Navy. May 1970:41–49
McDougal, Myres S. The Authority to Use Force on the High Seas. December 1967:19–31
Norris, Andrew J. The “Other” Law of the Sea. Summer 2011:78–97
Nunn, Ira H. Admiralty Law and Its Relation to Command at Sea. December 1953:1–30
Oliver, James K., and Nien-Tsu Alfred Hu. A Framework for Small Navy Theory: The 1982 U.N. Law of the Sea Convention. Spring 1988:37–48
Pell, Claiborne. The Law of the Sea Convention Is Critical to National Interests. Autumn 1998:128–33
Piscatori, James P. Saudi Arabia and the Law of the Sea. Spring 1977:53–68
Richardson, Elliot L. Law of the Sea. May–June 1979:3–10
Schmitt, Michael N. Aegean Angst: The Greek-Turkish Dispute. Summer 1996:42–72
Stavridis, James. Marine Technology Transfer and the Law of the Sea. July–August 1983:38–49
Walker, George K. Sea Power and the Law of the Sea: The Need for a Contextual Approach. Spring 1978:88–101
Walker, Peter B. What Is Innocent Passage? January 1969:53–76
Ward, Chester. Leadership as Related to the Application of Military Law. June 1957:41–60
Wiegley, Roger D. Law and Conflict at Sea. January–February 1980:68–77
Zackrison, James L., and James E. Meason. Chile, Mar Presencial, and the Law of the Sea. Summer 1997:65–85
Zivetz, Herman. The People’s Republic of China and the Law of the Sea: Caracas 1974 and Geneva 1975. Summer 1975:55–71
 
Law of War. See International Law
 
Leadership
Brown, John N. Requirements for World Leadership. February 1950:1–16
Burke, Arleigh A. The Art of Command. June 1972:24–28
Carney, Robert B.
The Gray Areas of Command and Decision. September 1961:1–16
Evolutionary Aspects of Command. September 1963:1–15
Farrell, William R. Oft Forgotten Leadership Fundamentals. Spring 1988:57–65
Fox, F. Harold. How to Run a Conference. November 1950:1–11
Granger, Derek B. Dewey at Manila Bay: Lessons in Operational Art and Operational Leadership from America’s First Fleet Admiral. Autumn 2011:127–41
Johnson, W. Brad, and Gene R. Andersen. Formal Mentoring in the U.S. Military: Research Evidence, Lingering Questions, and Recommendations. Spring 2010:113–26
Freeman, Douglas S.
Leadership. September 1949:1–14
Leadership. March–April 1979:3–10
Robert E. Lee: Maker of Morale. Edited and annotated by Stuart W. Smith. Summer 1991:75–83
Hayes, Christopher D. Developing the Navy’s Operational Leaders: A Critical Look. Summer 2008:77–108
Johnson, Christopher H. Reflections on Leadership. Winter 2014:135–44
Kelly, James. Strengthening Our Naval Profession through a Culture of Leader Development. Winter 2014:7–11
Light, Mark F. The Navy’s Moral Compass: Commanding Officers and Personal Misconduct. Summer 2012:136–52
Lord, Carnes. Leadership and Strategy. Winter 2001:139–44
Meeker, Quentin S. The Commander and Individual Behavior. April 1970:39–44
O’Connor, Raymond G. Reflection on the Characteristics of a Commander. October 1968:37–43
Smedberg, William R. Leadership and the Military Commander. June 1963:26–36
Thomas, Charles S. Spirit of the Offensive. September 1955:1–9
Ward, Chester. Leadership as Related to the Application of Military Law. June 1957:41–60
Wheeler, Gerald E. William Veazie Pratt, U.S. Navy: A Silhouette of an Admiral. May 1969:36–61
 
Lebanon
Mariaschin, Daniel S. The Lebanese War. May–June 1985:93–97
 
Lee, Robert E.
Freeman, Douglas S. Robert E. Lee: Maker of Morale. Edited and annotated by Stuart W. Smith. Summer 1991:75–83
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
 
Libya
Hall, David L. The Constitution and Presidential War Making against Libya. Summer 1989:30–45
Kosnik, Mark E. The Military Response to Terrorism. Spring 2000:13–39
 
Light Weapons
Bondì, Loretta. U.S. Policy on Small Arms and Light Weapons. Winter 2006:119–40
 
Limited War
Barber, James A., Jr. War: Limitations and National Priorities. January 1971:4–16
Burke, Arleigh A. The U.S. Navy’s Role in General War and Conflict Short of General War. April 1951:1–12
Coll, Alberto R. Why Grenada Was Important. Summer 1987:4–18
DeCamp, William T. Grenada: The Spirit and the Letter of the Law. May–June 1985:28–36
Fehlings, Gregory E. America’s First Limited War. Summer 2000:101–43
James, Harry R. An Analysis of Limited Maritime War. February 1967:33–75
Lynch, Hugh F. Presidential Control of Nuclear Weapons in Limited War Situations. February 1971:71–88
Mariaschin, Daniel S. The Lebanese War. May–June 1985:93–97
Miller, William O. Belligerency and Limited War. January 1969:19–27
Moore, John Norton. Global Order, Low Intensity Conflict and a Strategy of Deterrence. January–February 1986:30–46
Osgood, Robert E. Concepts of General and Limited War. December 1959:1–18
Papworth, Richard N. Soviet Navy Reactions to the Falkland Islands Conflict. March–April 1985:53–72
Ross, Steven T. Force Levels and Limited War. Fall 1975:91–96
Rylander, R. Lynn. The Future of the Marines in Small Wars. Autumn 1987:64–75
Terry, James P. An Appraisal of Lawful Military Response to State-Sponsored Terrorism. May–June 1986:58–68
Train, Harry D., II. An Analysis of the Falkland/Malvinas Islands Campaign. Winter 1988:33–50
Trainor, Bernard. Southeast Asia Ten Years after the Fall of Saigon. Autumn 1986:39–50
Webb, James H., Jr. An Appropriate Use of Force. Winter 1988:20–26
Wriston, Henry M. The Validity of Limited Objectives. November 1951:1–32
Yerxa, Donald A. The Special Service Squadron and the Caribbean Region, 1920–1940: A Case
Study in Naval Diplomacy. Autumn 1986:60–72
 
Literature
Bunting, Josiah, III. The Military Novel. November–December 1973:30–37
Snyder, Frank M. Patrick O’Brian’s Aubrey-Maturin Novels. Summer 1994:128–31
Winnefeld, James A. A Voyage through Modern Naval Fiction. Spring 1996:120–25
 
Littoral Combat Ship
Drennan, Jimmy. Strength in Numbers: Remarkable Potential of (Really) Small Combatants. Winter 2014:125–34
 
Logistics
Algire, K. D. Major Logistics Lessons of World War II. February 1951:25–43
Badger, Oscar C.
Problems of Command and Logistics. November 1950:13–27
The Principles of Command and Logistics. December 1951:21–36
Baurenschmidt, George W. Traffic Management Control. April 1950:31–45
Beddoes, Mark W. Logistical Implications of Operational Maneuver from the Sea. Autumn 1997:32–48
Carney, Robert B. Logistical Planning for War. October 1948:3–16: repr. Winter 1998:7–15
Eccles, Henry E.
Basic Elements of Naval Logistics. November 1949:21–34
Theatre Logistic Planning. October 1950:1–21
Logistics and Strategy. January 1958:17–39
Logistics and Strategy. March 1962:15–31
Fiske, Clarence O. The Challenge of Logistics: Open Letter. April 1972:59–63
Gallagher, Harold D. Combat Support in Wars of National Liberation. September–October 1972:3–18
Gallaher, James H. An Analysis of the Effect of the Container Ship Revolution on Military Logistics. December 1970:34–47
Hone, Thomas. Fighting on Our Own Ground: The War of Production, 1920–1942. Spring 1992:93–107
Lewis, Chantee. A Methodology for Measuring Support Outputs in Relation to Inputs: Productivity. September–October 1974:90–102
Meade, Randolph. The Service Squadron. June 1957:1–22
Milliren, Edward C. Is the Navy Stock Fund Full of Items the Navy Used to Use? November 1966:45–88
Miskel, James F. Reducing the Risks of Depending upon Foreign Industries. Autumn 1994:40–52
Rider, Graham W. Evolution of the Concept of Logistics. December 1970:24–33
Ring, Morton L. The Munitions Board and National Strategy. June 1950:17–40
Schrady, David. Combatant Logistics Command and Control for the Joint Force Commander. Summer 1999:49–75
Shifley, Ralph L. The Role of the Chief of Naval Material in Logistics Administration. April 1965:1–17
Skon, Warren A. Flexibility: Key to Overseas Support. October 1966:18–59
Sutphen, Harold J. The Failure of the Fast Deployment Logistics Ship. October 1970:69–86
Sweeney, John M. Logistics. February 1952:27–41
Weschler, Thomas R. Priorities and Emphases for Logistics, 1976–78. Summer 1976:16–29
 
Luce, Stephen B.
Nicolosi, Anthony S. The Navy, Newport and Stephen B. Luce. September–October 1984:117–31
Russell, Kay. Stephen Bleecker Luce and the Naval War College. March–April 1979:20–41
 
MacArthur, Douglas
Reynolds, Clark G. MacArthur as Maritime Strategist. March–April 1980:79–91
 
Mahan, Alfred Thayer
Allin, Lawrence C. The Naval Institute, Mahan, and the Naval Profession. Summer 1978:29–48
Barber, James A., Jr. Mahan and Naval Strategy in the Nuclear Age. March 1972:78–88
Corgan, Michael T. Mahan and Theodore Roosevelt: The Assessment of Influence. November–December 1980:89–97
Davis, Benton V., Jr. Soviet Naval Strategy: Mahan and Mackinder Revisited. October 1968:1–13
Field, James A., Jr. Alfred Thayer Mahan Speaks for Himself. Fall 1976:47–60
Godfrey, Jack E. Mahan: The Man, His Writings and Philosophy. March 1969:59–68
Mahan, Lyle Evans. My Parents: Rear Admiral and Mrs. Alfred Thayer Mahan. J. B. Hattendorf, editor and annotator. Autumn 1990:81–97
Manship, H. Kaminer. Mahan’s Concepts of Sea Power. January 1964:15–30
Pollock, Thomas R. The Historical Elements of Mahanian Doctrine. July–August 1982:44–49
Reitzel, William A. Mahan on the Use of the Sea. May–June 1973:73–82
St. John, Ronald B. European Naval Expansion and Mahan, 1889–1906. March 1971:74–83
Shrine, Bertram. Mahan in the Nuclear Age. February 1966:23–75
Sumida, Jon
New Insights from Old Books: The Case of Alfred Thayer Mahan. Summer 2001:100–11
Geography, Technology, and British Naval Strategy in the Dreadnought Era. Summer 2006:89–102
Yoshihara, Toshi, and James R. Holmes. Japanese Maritime Thought: If Not Mahan, Who? Summer 2006:23–51
 
Makarov, S. O.
Jones, David R. Admiral S. O. Makarov and Naval Theory. Winter 1994:68–86
 
Malaya
Karschnia, Paul T. Communal Implications of Economic Development in Malaya. April 1968:65–81
 
Management
Ackoff, Russell L. A Revolution in Organizational Concepts. January 1972:4–14
Brown, George F., Jr. Managing Analysis: The Client’s Responsibility. May–June 1979:22–29
Cornell, Alexander H. The Management Process. March 1971:64–73
Delaney, Robert F. The World of Management. Winter 1979:81–84
Eccles, Henry E. The TFX F-111 Aircraft: A Perspective in Military Command and Defense Management. April 1971:66–87
Fowler, George O., Jr. Resource Management and Its Implications for Forces Afloat. October 1968:19–36
Hone, Thomas C., and Mark D. Mandles. Managerial Style in the Interwar Navy: A Reappraisal. September–October 1980:88–101
Rogers, Warren F. A Description of the Naval War College Management Study. July–August 1973:2–7
Rushing, Charles F. The Department of the Navy and the DOD Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS). September–October 1972:71–82
Shreckengost, Raymond C. Technology and the Establishment. March 1972:16–32
Sorley, Lewis. The War Managers: Problems of Competence, Integrity and Leadership. Summer 1978:106–11
Spitz, Allan A. Conventional versus Nuclear Power for CVA-67: A Study of Defense Management. April 1972:3–14
Taylor, Theodore. Perspectives on Some Problems of Concept Selection, Management and Complexity of Military System Development. September–October 1981:55–65
 
Manpower. See Recruiting
 
Mar Presencial
Zackrison, James L., and James E. Meason. Chile, Mar Presencial, and the Law of the Sea. Summer 1997:65–85
 
Marine Resources
Frosch, Robert A. Marine Mineral Resources. October 1968:53–60
Lewis, John D. The Deep Sea Resources. June 1969:130–51
Patterson, Gardner. Vital Economic Areas. May 1954:23–40
Pell, Claiborne. America’s Future Undersea Power. October 1968:47–52
Robertson, Horace B., Jr. A Legal Regime for the Resources of Seabed and Subsoil of the Deep Sea: A Brewing Problem for International Lawmakers. October 1968:61–108
 
Maritime Domain Awareness
Boraz, Steven C. Maritime Domain Awareness: Myths and Realities. Summer 2009:137–46
Renuart, Victor E., Jr., and Dane S. Egli. Closing the Capability Gap: Developing New Solutions to Counter Maritime Threats. Spring 2008:15–24
 
Maritime Law. See Law of the Sea
 
Maritime Security Operations
Sluiman, F. J., and Ph. H. de Koning. Naval Vessel Traffic Services: Enhancing the Safety of Merchant Shipping in Maritime Security Operations. Summer 2010:123–37
 
Maritime Strategy
Baer, George W. Notes toward a New Maritime Strategy. Spring 2007:17–26
Carmel, Steve. Commercial Shipping and the Maritime Strategy. Spring 2008:38–46
A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower. Winter 2008:7–19
Erickson, Andrew S. Assessing the New U.S. Maritime Strategy: A Window into Chinese Thinking. Autumn 2008:35–53
Hughes, Wayne P. Jr.
A Bimodal Force for the National Maritime Strategy. Spring 2007:29–47
Implementing the Seapower Strategy. Spring 2008:47–59
Lu Rude. The New U.S. Maritime Strategy Surfaces. Autumn 2008:54–61
Pendley, William T. The New Maritime Strategy: A Lost Opportunity. Spring 2008:61–68
Quester, George H. Two Hundred Years of Preemption. Autumn 2007:15–28
Reveron, Derek S. How Many Countries Does It Take to Make a Thousand-Ship Navy? Autumn 2007:135–37
Rubel, Robert C. The New Maritime Strategy: The Rest of the Story. Spring 2008:69–78
Su Hao. The U.S. Maritime Strategy’s New Thinking: Reviewing the “Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower.” Autumn 2008:68–71
Till, Geoffrey.
New Directions in Maritime Strategy? Implications for the U.S. Navy. Autumn 2007:29–43
A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower: A View from Outside. Spring 2008:25–38
Wang Baofu. The U.S. Military’s “Maritime Strategy” and Future Transformation. Autumn 2008:62–67
 
McNamara, Robert C.
Tarpgaard, Peter T. McNamara and the Rise of Analysis in Defense Planning: A Retrospective. Autumn 1995:67–77
 
The Media
Baker, Brent. Desert Shield/Storm: The War of Words and Images. Autumn 1991:59–65
Blanchard, Ralph W. The Newsman in Vietnam: Responsible or Irresponsible? June 1968:14–42
Geyelin, Philip. The Role of the Press in an Open Society. March–April 1975:3–7
Manning, Robert J. The Free Press in a Democratic Society. October 1963:1–14
Migdail, Carl J. A Perspective of the Military and the Media. Winter 1976:2–9
Military Media Symposium at the Naval War College. January–February 1973:49–51
Porch, Douglas. “No Bad Stories”: The American Media-Military Relationship. Winter 2002:85–108
Rather, Dan. Honest Brokers of Information. Autumn 1995:34–42
Sheehan, Neil
The Role of the Press February 1971:4–7; repr. Winter 1998:67–71
The Press and the Pentagon Papers. February 1972:8–12
Wentz, James E. Should America Have a “ War Press Act”? November–December 1983:65–67
Zorthian, Barry. The Role of the Communications Media in a Democratic Society. February 1972:1–7
 
Medicine
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
Callahan, Charles W. Stowaway Soldier, Camouflage in a Khaki World: Creating a Single Culture
of Trust from Distinct Service Cultures. Summer 2013:139–45
Grunawalt, Richard J. Hospital Ships in the War on Terror: Sanctuaries or Targets? Winter 2005:89–119
Hooper, Richard R. Medical Support for the Fleet. Summer 1990:43–54
Lund, Paul W. Medical Support for Future Combat: No More Vietnams. Spring 1992:80–92
Smith, Arthur M.
The Influence of Medicine on Strategy. Spring 1988:22–36
Can We Effectively Control Human Costs during War at Sea? Winter 1992:9–24
Integrated Medical Support in Joint Operations: A Question of Commitment. Summer 1995:32–45
Care Delayed Is Care Denied! Casualty Handling in Littoral Operations. Autumn 1999:109–21
Has the Red Cross–Adorned Hospital Ship Become Obsolete? Summer 2005:121–31
The “Triangle of Death”: Medical Sustainability in Expeditionary Sea-Based Operations. Spring 2008:97–117
Smith, Arthur M., and Harold R. Bohman. Medical Command and Control in Sea-Based Operations. Summer 2006:53–71
Smith, Arthur M., and Craig Hooper. The Mosquito Can Be More Dangerous than the Mortar Round: The Obligations of Command. Winter 2005:77–87
Smith, Arthur M., David A. Lane, and James A. Zimble. Purple Medicine: The Case for a Joint Medical Command. Winter 2007:129–38
Smith, Arthur M., and Henrik V. Petersen. Matching Fleet Readiness to the New Naval Strategy. Winter 1997:23–35
Vasquez, Mario A. Physicians’ Assistants: Can They Augment the Navy Medical Service? October 1971:44–58
 
Mediterranean Region
Eliot, George F. The Present Situation in the Middle East and the Mediterranean Area. November 1948:1–12
Kuenne, Robert E. Resources and Geography of the Mediterranean Basin. February 1957:49–74
Sick, Gary G. Russia and the West in the Mediterranean: Perspectives for the 1970’s. June 1970:48–69
 
Mediterranean Sea
Amme, Carl H. The Soviet Navy in the Mediterranean Sea. June 1969:154–59
Blixt, Melvin D. Soviet Objectives in the Eastern Mediterranean. March 1969:4–27
Boyer, Alan Lee. Naval Response to a Changed Security Environment: Maritime Security in the Mediterranean. Summer 2007:73–100
Breemer, Jan S. De-Committing the Sixth Fleet. November–December 1982:27–32
Etzold, Thomas H. The Soviet Union in the Mediterranean. July–August 1984:4–22
Mangrum, Richard C. The Strategic Employment of Allied Forces in the Mediterranean during World War II. June 1951:25–50
Masson, Philipe, and J. Labayle Couhat. The Soviet Presence in the Mediterranean: A Short History. January 1971:60–66
Reed, Rowena. Central Mediterranean Sea Control and the North African Campaigns, 1940–1942. July–August 1984:82–96
Reitzel, William A. Seapower in the Mediterranean. October 1966:1–17
 
Mercenaries
Dodenhoff, George H.
A Historical Perspective of Mercenaries. March 1969:91–109
The Congo: A Case Study of Mercenary Employment. April 1969:44–70
 
Merchant Marine
Carmel, Steve. Commercial Shipping and the Maritime Strategy. Spring 2008:38–46
Casey, Ralph E. Political and Economic Significance of the World’s Merchant Marines into the 1980’s. April 1969:4–13
Dodson, Bennet M. Ocean Shipping. January 1953:1–30
Gibson, Andrew E.
After the Storm. Summer 1992:21–27
So Long, American Flag: It Was So Nice to Fly You. Autumn 1993:42–51
Millhouse, Felix G. Ocean Shipping and National Defense. September 1966:20–60
Synon, George D. The Relationship of the Merchant Marine in National Power. November 1949:1–20
Williams, E. Cameron. The Four “Iron Laws” of Naval Protection of Merchant Shipping. May–June 1986:35–42
 
Meteorology
Kotsch, William J. Meteorology: Vital Element of Naval Planning and Operations. May 1961:1–15
Zeigler, Gary S. Weather Problems Affecting Use of Precision Guided Munitions. May–June 1979:95–106
 
Micronesia. See Oceania
 
Middle East
Badeau, John S. Political and Social Significance of Islam in the Middle East. May 1960:1–19
Blechman, Martin, and Arnold Kiezmack. Oil and National Security. May–June 1974:8–25
Cordesman, Anthony H. The U.S. Military and the Evolving Challenges in the Middle East. Summer 2002:72–114
Creekman, Charles T. Sino-Soviet Competition in the Yemens. July–August 1979:73–82
Davis, M. Thomas
The Politics of Begin’s Baghdad Raid. March–April 1982:33–40
Recent Events in the Middle East Continuing Dilemmas for U.S. Policy. July–August 1983:4–15
DeForth, Peter W. U.S. Naval Presence in the Persian Gulf: The Mideast Force since World War II. Summer 1975:28–38
Eickelman, Dale F. The Arab “Street” and the Middle East’s Democracy Deficit. Autumn 2002:39–48
Eliot, George F. The Present Situation in the Middle East and the Mediterranean Area. November 1948:1–12
Farrant, James. The Gaza Flotilla Incident and the Modern Law of Blockade. Summer 2013:81–98
Freedman, Robert O.
The Soviet Union and the Middle East: The High Cost of Influence. January 1972:15–34
Soviet Policy toward the Middle East from the Exodus of 1972 to the Yom Kippur War. January–February 1975:32–53
Ghoreishi, Ahmad, and Dariush Zahedi. Iran’s Security Concerns in the Persian Gulf. Summer 1996:73–95
Harkavy, Robert. Strategic Geography and the Greater Middle East. Autumn 2001:37–54
Hashim, Ahmed S. The World according to Usama Bin Laden. Autumn 2001:11–36
Huntley, Clarence O. Arab versus Jew: The Evolution of Two National Strategies. November 1969:69–92
Kemp, Geoffrey. Arcs of Instability: U.S. Relations in the Greater Middle East. Summer 2002:61–71
Kohn, Hans. The Near East. February 1949:21–31
Kurth, James R. American Perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and the Iranian-Iraqi War: The Need for a New Look. January–February 1985:75–88
Lambeth, Benjamin S. Learning from Lebanon: Airpower and Strategy in Israel’s 2006 War against Hezbollah. Summer 2012:83–104
Liner, Bennice L. Iran and Iraq: An Overview. July–August 1984:97–102
MacDonald, Charles G. Regionalism and the Law of the Sea: The Persian Gulf Perspective. September–October 1980:73–81
Mariaschin, Daniel S. The Lebanese War. May–June 1985:93–97
McKenzie-Smith, Robert H. Crisis Decisionmaking in Israel: The Case of the October 1973 Middle East War. Summer 1976:39–52
Mumford, Jay C. Islamic Responses to Western Contact. November–December 1980:65–81
Nuechterlein, Donald E. U.S. National Interests in the Middle East: Is the Persian Gulf a “Bridge Too Far”? Winter 1989:108–20
O’Neill, Bard E., and Paul R. Viotti. Iran and American Security Policy in the Middle East. January–February 1975:54–65
Richards, Alan. Socioeconomic Roots of Middle East Radicalism. Autumn 2002:22–38
Said, Abdul A. The United States and the Middle East and North Africa. June 1970:41–47
Sax, Samuel W., and Avigdor Levy. Arab-Israeli Conflict Four: A Preliminary Assessment. January–February 1974:7–16
Seal, Tom. Roots of Conflict: The First World War and the Political Fragmentation of the Middle East. Spring 1992:69–79
Sheehan, Edward R. F. The United States, the Soviet Union, and Strategic Considerations in the Middle East. June 1971:22–30
Wright, Edwin M. U.S. Strategic Involvement in the Middle East. June 1966:1–12
Yetiv, Steve A. The Transatlantic Dimension of Persian Gulf Security. Autumn 1991:45–58
 
Midway, Battle of
Black, Jeremy. Midway and the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2009:131–40
Isom, Dallas Woodbury. The Battle of Midway: Why the Japanese Lost. Summer 2000:60–100
Parshall, Jonathan B., David D. Dickson, and Anthony B. Tully. Doctrine Matters: Why the Japanese Lost at Midway. Summer 2001:139–51
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
Wildenberg, Thomas. Midway: Sheer Luck or Better Doctrine? Winter 2005:121–35
 
Military Art/Science/Theory
Brodie, Bernard
Characteristics of a Sound Strategy. June 1952:65–83
Influence of Mass Destruction Weapons on Strategy. June 1956:27–44
Carmichael, George K. Principles of War and Their Application to Strategy and Tactics. October 1950:23–42
Delamer, Guillermo R. The Strategic Keyboard: A Model to Relate the Principles of War. Autumn 1991:96–107
Eccles, Henry E.
Military Theory and Education: The Need for and Nature Of. February 1969:70–79
On Military Theory. May–June 1985:88–93
Evans, Michael. From Kadesh to Kandahar: Military Theory and the Future of War. Summer 2003:132–50
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr. Warfare Theory. Autumn 1996:112–23
Gorshkov, Sergei G. The Development of Soviet Naval Science (Excerpts). February 1969:30–42
Hattendorf, John B. Technology and Strategy: A Study in the Professional Thought of the U.S. Navy, 1900–1916. November 1971:25–48
Jackson, Arthur D. General Vo Nguyen Giap: Insurgent Theorist or Leader of a People? November 1967:62–83
Johnson, Frank L. The Principles of War. October 1951:1–26
Jones, David R. Armies and Revolution: Trotsky’s Pre-1917 Military Thought. July–August 1974:90–98
Liddell Hart, Basil H. The Objective in War. December 1952:1–30
Miller, George H. Sea Power Is World Power. March 1949:1–8
O’Connor, Raymond G. Current Concepts and Philosophy of Warfare. January 1968:3–15
Simpson, Benjamin M., III. Current Strategic Theories. May 1972:76–85
Stoughton, Tom R. Concepts of War and Their Correlation in an Integrated Strategy. June 1953:23–46
Thomas, Charles S. Spirit of the Offensive. September 1955:1–9
 
Military Ethics
Clifford, George M., III. Duty at All Costs. Winter 2007:103–28
Evans, Michael. Captains of the Soul: Stoic Philosophy and the Western Profession of Arms in the Twenty-first Century. Winter 2011:31–58        
Light, Mark F. The Navy’s Moral Compass: Commanding Officers and Personal Misconduct. Summer 2012:136–52
McMaster, H. R. Moral, Ethical, and Psychological Preparation of Soldiers and Units for Combat. Winter 2011:7–19
 
Military Law
Davidson, Michael J. Friendly Fire and the Limits of the Military Justice System. Winter 2011:122–41
DeVico, Anthony J. Evolution of Military Law. May 1966:13–26
Hearn, Wilfred A. Practical Legal Problems of the Military Command. November 1960:1–15
Poydasheff, Robert S. Military Justice: A Reinforcer of Discipline. Winter 1976:76–92
Ward, Chester. Leadership as Related to the Application of Military Law. June 1957:41–60
 
Military/Naval Profession
Allin, Lawrence C.
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
Clifford, George M., III. Duty at All Costs. Winter 2007:103–28
Evans, Michael. Captains of the Soul: Stoic Philosophy and the Western Profession of Arms in the Twenty-first Century. Winter 2011:31–58
Gard, Robert G. The Military Profession. July–August 1973:8–15
Grace, John J. The Need to Be More Professional . . . Whatever That Means. May–June 1975:9–23
Hagerott, Mark, and James Stavridis. The Heart of an Officer: Joint, Interagency, and International Operations and Navy Career Development. Spring 2009:27–41
Kelly, James. Strengthening Our Naval Profession through a Culture of Leader Development. Winter 2014:7–11
Light, Mark F. The Navy’s Moral Compass: Commanding Officers and Personal Misconduct. Summer 2012:136–52
McMaster, H. R. Moral, Ethical, and Psychological Preparation of Soldiers and Units for Combat. Winter 2011:7–19
Mets, David R. History, War and the Military Professional. January–February 1982:68–80
Skelton, Ike. Whispers of Warriors: The Importance of History to the Military Professional. Summer 2000:7–20
Vessey, John W., Jr. A Concept of Service. November–December 1984:13–18; repr. Winter 1998:153–59
 
Military Sealift Command (Military Sea Transportation Service)
Callaghan, William M. Military Sea Transportation Service. January 1953:31–60
Gano, Roy A. MSTS Operations. May 1957:25–32
Gibson, Andrew E., and Jacob L. Shuford. Desert Shield and Strategic Sealift. Spring 1991:6–19
Ramage, Lawson P. The Military Sea Transportation Service. May 1969:4–11
Truver, Scott C. The Military Sealift Command’s Build and Charter Program for Nine Sealift-Class Tankers. Fall 1975:32–44
 
Mines. See Warfare--Mine
 
Missile Defenses
Ross, Andrew L., Michèle A. Flournoy, Cindy Williams, and David Mosher. What Do We Mean by Transformation? An Exchange. Winter 2002:27–42
 
Mobilization
Baruch, Bernard M. America’s Problems, Present and Future. September 1951:1–15
Foster, Gregory D., and Karen A. McPherson. Mobilization for Low Intensity Conflict. May–June 1985:49–64
Hone, Thomas. Naval Reconstitution, Surge, and Mobilization: Once and Future. Summer 1994:67–85
Vanaman, Arthur W. Introduction to Economic Mobilization. December 1951:1–19
 
Mongolia
DiCrocco, James V. The Bidding for Mongolia. June 1964:16–76
 
Multinational Operations. See Coalitions
 
National Missile Defense
Bouchard, Joseph F. Guarding the Cold War Ramparts: The U.S. Navy’s Role in Continental Air Defense. Summer 1999:111–35
 
Nato. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization
 
“National Fleet”
Gray, Colin S. The Coast Guard and Navy: It’s Time for a “National Fleet.” Summer 2001:112–38
 
National Interests
Liotta. P. H. Still Worth Dying For: National Interests and the Nature of Strategy. Spring 2003:123–38
Liotta, P. H., and James F. Miskel. Still Worth Fighting Over? A Joint Response. Winter 2004:102–108
Miskel, James F. National Interests: Grand Purposes or Catchphrases? Autumn 2002:96–104
 
Nationalism
Huntley, Clarence O. Arab versus Jew: The Evolution of Two National Strategies. November 1969:69–92
Kohn, Hans. Nationalism in International Relations. May 1960:21–32
Lerche, Charles O. The Nation-State System: A Source of Conflict. December 1958:21–40
Masland, John W. Forces Producing the Present World Situation. February 1955:21–51
McGovern, William M. Future of the Far East. October 1952:1–48
Turner, Gordon B. Nationalism and World Politics. June 1958:27–48
Warren, David D. The Nature of the Nation-State System. March 1963:1–11
 
Natural Disasters
Shafiq-ur-Rahman. Disaster in Bangladesh: A Multinational Relief Effort. Winter 1993:59–72
 
Natural Resources
Cohen, Saul B. The Changing United States: Man, Space and Resources. October 1958:1–24
McGann, Thomas F. The Strategic Importance of Latin America: Resources and People. June 1956:45–66
Patterson, Gardner. Vital Economic Areas. May 1954:23–40
Pegg, Scott. Globalization and Natural-Resource Conflicts. Autumn 2003:82–96
 
Naval Aviation
Colombo, Jorge Luis. “Super Etendard” Naval Aircraft Operations during the Malvinas War. May–June 1984:12–22
Concept for Carrier Air Capability in the Standing Naval Force Atlantic. November 1969:29–32
Dunn, Robert F. Six Amazing Years: RAGs, NATOPS, and More. Summer 2011:98–110
Grissom, Mark P. Stealth in Naval Aviation: A Hard Look. Summer 1991:8–17
Hayes, John D. Admiral Joseph Mason Reeves, USN; Part One-to 1931. The Engineering, Gunnery, and Aviation Years. November 1970:48–57
Jordan, David J. Future Carrier Aviation Options: A British Perspective. Summer 2001:63–84
Kennedy, Kevin J. Stealth: A Revolutionary Change in Air Warfare. Spring 1993:118–136
Mackay, Leo S., Jr. Naval Aviation, Information, and the Future. Spring 1992:7–19
Platzer, M. F. The Future of Naval Aviation-A Third Approach. November–December 1982:22–26
Roberts, John M., and James O. Wicke. Flying and Expressive Self-Testing: An Exploratory Consideration. January 1971:67–80
Rubel. Robert C. The U.S. Navy’s Transition to Jets. Spring 2010:49–59
Sokolsky, Joel J. Soviet Naval Aviation and the Northern Flank: Its Military and Political Implications. January–February 1981:34–45
Sullivan, William K. Now Is the Time to: Rethink, Redesign and Redeploy Naval Aviation. March–April 1982:10–17
Trotter, Thomas William. The Future of Carrier Aviation. Winter 1993:22–44
 
Naval Diplomacy
Sanders, Deborah. U.S. Naval Diplomacy in the Black Sea: Sending Mixed Messages. Summer 2007:61–72
 
Naval Forces—Future
Daniel, Donald C. F. The Evolution of Naval Power to 2010. Summer 1995:62–72
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr., and Lori Tanner. Naval Force in the New Century. Winter 2001:129–38
Kennedy, Kevin J. Stealth: A Revolutionary Change in Air Warfare. Spring 1993:118–36
Mackay, Leo S., Jr. Naval Aviation, Information, and the Future. Spring 1992:7–19
McGillvray, John W., Jr. Stealth Technology in Surface Ships. Winter 1994:28–39
Pell, Claiborne. America’s Future Undersea Power. October 1968:47–52
Smith, Edward A., Jr. What “. . . From the Sea” Didn’t Say. Winter 1995:9–33
Soofer, Robert M. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea. Spring 1994:60–71
Tornberg, Claes E. Swedish Future Surface Ships and Submarines. Winter 1992:54–60
Trotter, Thomas William. The Future of Carrier Aviation. Winter 1993:22–44
Ya’ari, Yedidia “Didi.” The Littoral Arena: A Word of Caution. Winter 1995:7–21
 
Naval Profession
Johnson, W. Brad, and Gene R. Andersen. Formal Mentoring in the U.S. Military: Research Evidence,
Lingering Questions, and Recommendations. Spring 2010:113–26
Stavridis, James, and Mark Hagerott. The Heart of an Officer: Joint, Interagency, and International Operations and Navy Career Development. Spring 2009:27–41
 
Naval Thought
Marsh, Daniel L. Keys of the Kingdom of the Mind. October 1949:35–51
McGruther, Kenneth R. The Role of Perception in Naval Diplomacy. September–October 1974:3–20
Parsons, William S. Capabilities of the Atomic Bomb, Including Naval Thinking on Its Employment. April 1950:23–29
Rowlands, Kevin. “Decided Preponderance at Sea”: Naval Diplomacy in Strategic Thought. Autumn 2012:89–105
Trost, C. A. H. Ideas: The Ultimate Force Multiplier. Winter 1987:4–7
Tugwell, Maurice. Beating Moscow in the War of Ideas and Ideals. May–June 1982:48–59
Watson, Thomas J., Jr. Perilous Days: Tempered Solutions. July–August 1983:50–56
 
Naval War College
Annual Naval War College International Law Study. November 1965:1–5
Ashurst, Albert J. Decisionmaking and the School of Naval Command and Staff. October 1967:45–51
Austin, Bernard L. Welcoming Address. October 1960:13–21
Baird, Charles F. Graduation Address. October 1968:14–18
Barber, James A., Jr. The School of Naval Warfare. April 1969:89–96
Beary, Donald B. The Naval War College. February 1949:1–4
Belknap, Reginald R. The Study of Strategy. Spring 1997:112–22
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
The Innovators and the Crusaders. September–October 1984:60–67
Burdick, Howard F. Sons of the Prophet: A View of the Naval War College Faculty. May–June 1986:81–89
Burke, Arleigh. Remarks. Winter 1977:70–3; repr. Autumn 1998:134–38
Chernavin, Vladimir Nikolaevich. A Talk Followed by Questions and Answers: U.S. Naval War
College, Newport, Rhode Island, 8 November 1991. Autumn 1992:9–19
Cherpak, Evelyn M.
Research in the Naval Historical Collection: Gifts and Acquisitions. September–October 1985:79–82
Research in the Naval Historical Collection: Gifts and Acquisitions. Winter 1988:117–19
Research in the Naval Historical Collection: Gifts and Acquisitions. Summer 1990:98–101
The Naval Historical Collection: Recent Acquisitions. Spring 2004:159–61
Crowe, William J., Jr. Address to the U.S. Naval War College. Spring 1997:69–78
Crowl, Philip A. Education versus Training at the Naval War College, 1884–1972. November–December 1973:2–10
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Eccles, Henry E. Remarks at Dedication of Eccles Library at Naval War College. November–December 1985:96–97
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Friedman, Hal M. The Quiet Warrior Back in Newport: Admiral Spruance, the Return to the Naval War College, and the Lessons of the Pacific War, 1946–1947. Spring 2011:116–39
Hanley, John T., Jr. Creating the 1980s Maritime Strategy and Implications for Today. Spring 2014:11–29
Hartmann, Frederick H. The Naval War College in Transition, 1965–1984. September–October 1984:6–13
Hattendorf, John B.
Luce’s Idea of the Naval War College. September–October 1984:35–43
Admiral Richard G. Colbert: Pioneer in Building Global Maritime Partnerships. Summer 2008:109–30
Hayes, Bradd C. Institutionalizing Innovation: Objective or Oxymoron? Autumn 1995:7–18
Hayes, John D. Stephen B. Luce and the Beginnings of the U.S. Naval War College. January 1971:51–59
Hayward, John T. A Statement by the President, Naval War College, upon Assumption of Command. April 1966:1–3
Hidalgo, Edward. Convocation Address. Winter 1978:3–8
Ingersoll, Stuart H. Graduation Address. October 1960:1–12
Johnson, Gregory G. A Larger Meaning, a Larger Purpose. Winter 2004:35–37
Lyons, Kenneth H. The Naval Command Course: A Multinational Seminar. September 1967:53–61
Maurer, John. The Giants of the Naval War College. September–October 1984:44–59
McCormick, Lynde D. Naval War College Opening Address. November 1954:1–12
McHugh, Francis J. Eighty Years of War Gaming. March 1969:88–90
Morris, Edmund. “A Matter of Extreme Urgency”: Theodore Roosevelt, Wilhelm II, and the Venezuela Crisis of 1902. Spring 2002:73–86
Nicolosi, Anthony S. One Who Was Known to Become Irascible. July–August 1982:87–90
Nitze, Paul H. An Address. September 1964:1–9; repr. Winter 1998:39–45
Oleson, David E. History of the Correspondence School. Summer 1967:35–45
Pastore, John O. Remarks of U.S. Senator John O. Pastore at the Graduation Exercises of the Naval War
College, Newport, Rhode Island, Wednesday, 25 June 1969. September 1969:46–49
Platte, W. A., and F. H. Hartmann. Naval War College Issues of Current Interest. May–June 1979:107–13
Report of Fifth Annual Session of the Naval War College Global Strategy Discussions. September 1953:1–16
Report of Fourth Annual Session of the Naval War College Global Strategy Discussions. September 1952:1–12, 73–104
Robbins, Thomas H., Jr. An Introduction to the Naval War College Courses. November 1955:41–57
Rogers, Warren F. A Description of the Naval War College Management Study. July–August 1973:2–7
Rosenberg, David Allan. Being “Red”: The Challenge of Taking the Soviet Side in War Games at the Naval War College. Winter 1988:81–93
Russell, Kay. Stephen Bleecker Luce and the Naval War College. March–April 1979:20–41
Schratz, Paul R. The Hundred Year Growing Pain: Opposition and Opportunity. September–October 1984:71–85; repr. Winter 1998:137–52
Scoggins, Marvin C. College of Naval Warfare Report. A Response to Z-Gram 62. September 1971:83–88
Snyder, Frank. The Centennial Academic Year. September–October 1984:14–20
Stavridis, James. G. Sailing to a New Port. Summer 2007:7–13
Thiesen, William H. Professionalization and American Naval Modernization in the 1880s. Spring 1996:33–49
Trost, C. A. H. Ideas: The Ultimate Force Multiplier. Winter 1987:4–7
Turner, Stansfield
Convocation Address. November–December 1972:2–10; repr. Winter 1998:72–80
Naval War College 1972–1973: The Report of the President. September–October 1973:1–52
Vlahos, Michael. The Naval War College and the Origins of War Planning against Japan. July–August 1980:84–87
Watkins, James D. This Is Your Ticket to Compete. November–December 1982:4–7; repr. Winter 1998:133–36
Wheeler, Gerald E. The War College Years of Admiral Harris Laning, U.S. Navy. March 1969:69–87
Williams, Ralph E., Jr. Light without Heat. September 1949:35–37
Wood, Robert S. The Conceptual Framework for Strategic Development at the Naval War College. Spring 1987:4–16
Yates, William K. Tactics Revival at the Naval War College. November–December 1973:11–15
 
Navies—Functions, Missions, Tasks
Beary, Donald B. Strategic Employment of the Navy: Past, Present and Future. April 1950:1–21
Booth, Ken. Roles, Objectives and Tasks: An Inventory of the Functions of Navies. Summer 1977:83–97
Buck, Ralph V. Assessing the Capability of Naval Forces. February 1979:78–87
Burke, Arleigh A.
The U.S. Navy’s Role in General War and Conflict Short of General War. April 1959:1–12
Role of Naval Forces. March 1970:5–11
Hensel, Howard M. Superpower Interests and Naval Missions. January–February 1985:53–74
Margaritis, C. The Future Roles and Problems of Small Countries’ Navies. January 1972:35–40
Oliver, James K., and Nien-Tsu Alfred Hu. A Framework for Small Navy Theory: The 1982 U.S. Law of the Sea Convention. Spring 1988:37–48
Rhodes, Edward. “. . . From the Sea” and Back Again: Naval Power in the Second American Century. Spring 1999:13–54
Truver, Scott C. New International Constraints on Military Power: Navies in the Political Role. July–August 1981:99–104
Turner, Stansfield. Missions of the U.S. Navy. March 1974:2–17; repr. Winter 1998:87–103
Uhlig, Frank, Jr. How Navies Fight, and Why. Winter 1995:34–49
 
Navy League
Fitch, Morgan L., Jr. Objectives and Influence of the Navy League. September 1970:31–35
 
Nelson, Horatio
Holmes, James. Why Doesn’t America Have a Nelson? Does It Need One? Autumn 2005:15–24
Palmer, Michael A. Lord Nelson: Master of Command. Winter 1988:105–16
 
Network-centric Warfare
Bodnar, John W., and Rebecca Dengler. The Emergence of a Command Network. Autumn 1996:93–107
Dahl, Erik J. Net-centric before Its Time: The Jeune École and Its Lessons for Today. Autumn 2005:109–35
FitzSimonds, James R. The Cultural Challenge of Information Technology. Summer 1998:9–21
Kasten, George. Building a Beehive: Observations on the Transition to Network-centric Operations. Autumn 2000:124–37
Mitchell, Paul T. Small Navies and Network-centric Warfare: Is There a Role? Spring 2003:83–99
Rubel, Robert C. War-Gaming Network-centric Warfare. Spring 2001:61–74
Smith, Edward A., Jr. Network-centric Warfare: What’s the Point? Winter 2001:59–75
Stillman, Patrick M. Small Navies Do Have a Place in Network-Centric Warfare. Winter 2004:95–101
Wolthusen, Stephen D. Self-Inflicted Vulnerabilities. Summer /Autumn 2004:103–13
Woodcock, William A. The Joint Forces Air Command Problem: Is Network-centric Warfare the Answer? Winter 2003:124–38
 
Neutrality
Wachtmeister, Count Wilhelm. Neutrality and International Order. Spring 1990:105–14
Younger, Edward. The Dynamics of Neutralism. March 1961:1–20
 
New Zealand
Thies, Wallace J., and James D. Harris. An Alliance Unravels: The United States and Anzus. Summer 1993:98–126
Young, Thomas-Durell. New Zealand Defence Policy under Labour. May–June 1986:22–34
 
Nimitz, Chester W.
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
Wildenberg, Thomas. Chester Nimitz and the Development of Fueling at Sea. Autumn 1993:52–62
 
Nonlethal Weapons
Coppernoll, Margaret-Anne. The Nonlethal Weapons Debate. Spring 1999:112–31
 
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Børresen, Jacob. Alliance Naval Strategies and Norway in the Final Years of the Cold War. Spring 2011:97–115
Delaney, Robert F. Communications, Subversion and Public Diplomacy: The View from NATO. Winter 1977:73–78
DePorte, A. W. The North Atlantic Alliance: External Threats and Internal Stress. November–December 1984:71–79
Foster, William C. Distortions in NATO Defense Trade. May–June 1981:26–42
Fox, Charles L., and Dino A. Lorenzini. How Much Is Not Enough? The Non-Nuclear Air Battle in NATO’s Central Region. March–April 1980:58–78
Gray, Colin S. Maritime Strategy and the Pacific: The Implications for NATO. Winter 1987:8–19
Grudzinski, Przemyslaw. A Contract with Central Europe. Summer 1996:7–29
Henrikson, Alan K. The Creation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1948–1952. May–June 1980:4–39
Hickman, William F. Nato: Is It Worth the Trouble? Summer 1993:36–46
Hunt, Kenneth
Military Issues within the Atlantic Alliance. September–October 1982:48–57
NATO Strategy and Force Postures for the Next 20 Years. September–October 1983:61–74
Crisis and Consensus in the West. The Boundaries of Shared Interests. November–December 1984:58–70
Jeschonnek, Gert. Employment of Modern Naval Forces in Defense of Northern and Central Europe. November 1969:18–28
Johnson, Paul, Tim LaBenz, and Darrell Driver. Smart Defense: Brave New Approach or Déjà Vu?
Summer 2013:39–51
Kaiser, Karl. NATO Strategy Toward the End of the Century. January–February 1984:69–82
Komer, Robert. Is Conventional Defense of Europe Feasible? September–October 1982:80–91
Luther, Gunther. The Federal German Navy’s Share of Responsibility within NATO. Summer 1978:97–99
Naval War College Research Group. A Concept for Carrier Air Capability in the Standing Naval Forces Atlantic. November 1969:29–32
Norton, August R. NATO and Metaphors: The Nuclear Threshold. Fall 1977:60–75
Rostow, Walt W. Politico-Economic World Developments as They Affect NATO Nations in the 1970’s. April 1971:1–4
Russell, Richard L. Nato’s European Members: Partners or Dependents? Winter 2003:30–41
Snyder, Jed. Strengthening the NATO Alliance toward a Strategy for the 1980s. March–April 1981:18–37
Standing Naval Force Atlantic. November 1969:1–2
Sullivan, William K. Soviet Strategy and NATO’s Northern Flank. July–August 1979:26–38
Thompson, W. Scott. The PCI, NATO and the United States. Spring 1977:69–78
Valley, Bruce. Superpower Arms Control and the NATO Allies: A Question of Interests. November–December 1981:42–48
Van Kappen, Franklin E. Military Issues in NATO: Dialogue or Monologue? Spring 1989:89–97
West, F. J., Jr.
U.S. Naval Forces and the Northern Flank of NATO. July–August 1979:15–25
NATO II: Common Boundaries for Common Interests. January–February 1981:59–67
Maritime Strategy and NATO Deterrence. September–October 1985:5–19
Williams, Cindy. From Conscripts to Volunteers: Nato’s Transitions to All-Volunteer Forces. Winter 2005:35–62
Young, Thomas–Durell. Preparing the Western Alliance for the Next Out-of-Area Campaign. Summer 1992:28–44
 
North Korea
Kim, Duk-Ki. The Republic of Korea’s Counter-Asymmetric Strategy: Lessons from ROKS Cheonan and Yeonpyeong Island. Winter 2012:55–74
Pollack, Jonathan D. The United States, North Korea, and the End of the Agreed Framework. Summer 2003:11–49
 
Northeast Asia
Kim, Duk-Ki. Cooperative Maritime Security in Northeast Asia. Winter 1999:53–77
Olsen, Edward A. Security in Northeast Asia: A Trilateral Alternative. January–February 1985:15–24
Takahashi, Rex M. The Kuriles: Passage or Obstruction to Regional Peace? Autumn 1991:84–95
 
Northern Flank (NATO)
Børresen, Jacob. Alliance Naval Strategies and Norway in the Final Years of the Cold War. Spring 2011:97–115
Farrar-Hockley, Sir Anthony. The Influence of the Northern Flank upon the Mastery of the Sea. May–June 1982:4–14
Garde, Hans. Alliance Navies and the Threat in the Northern Waters. March–April 1985:43–52
West, F. J., Jr. U.S. Naval Forces and the Northern Flank of NATO. July–August 1979:15–25
 
Northern Right Whale
Canty, Rachel. The Coast Guard and Environmental Protection: Recent Changes and Potential Impacts. Autumn 1999:77–89
 
Norway
Børresen, Jacob. Alliance Naval Strategies and Norway in the Final Years of the Cold War. Spring 2011:97–115
Seim, Torstein. Norwegian Security Policy: A Time for Change? Summer 1992:45–57
 
Norwegian Sea
Mustin, H. C. The Role of the Navy and Marines in the Norwegian Sea. March–April 1986:2–6
Seim, Torstein. Norwegian Security Policy: A Time for Change? Summer 1992:45–57
 
Nuclear Propulsion
James, Carolyn C. The Politics of Extravagance: The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Spring 2000:158–90
Spitz, Allan A. Conventional versus Nuclear Power for CVA-67: A Study of Defense Management. April 1972:3–14
 
Nuclear Weapons
Barnett, Roger W.
Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Maritime Strategy. Summer 1990:2–8
What Deters? Strength, Not Weakness. Spring 2001:24–35
Brodie, Bernard. Influence on Mass Destruction Weapons on Strategy. June 1956:27–44
Bunn, George. U.S. Law of Nuclear Weapons. July–August 1984:46–62
Clark, David G. Cruise Missiles: Offense in Breadth Added to Defense in Depth. Winter 1978:89–91
Doolin, Joel A. The Proliferation Security Initiative: Cornerstone of a New International Norm. Spring 2006:29–57
Frank, Forrest R. Nuclear Terrorism and the Escalation of International Conflict. Fall 1976:12–27
Hanson, Douglas J. Strategic Nuclear Planning After START. Summer 1989:78–96
Korb, Lawrence J.
The Issues and Costs of the New United States Nuclear Policy. November–December 1974:28–41
The Question of Deploying U.S. Theater Nuclear Weapons in Europe. May–June 1980:99–105
Lautenschlager, Karl. Theater Nuclear Forces and Grey Area Weapons. September–October 1980:13–22
Lynch, Hugh F. Presidential Control of Nuclear Weapons in Limited War Situations. February 1971:71–88
Maerli, Morten Bremer. U.S.-Russian Naval Security Upgrades: Lessons Learned and the Way Ahead. Autumn 2003:19–38
Mandelbaum, Michael. The Future of Nuclear Weapons. September–October 1982:58–79
McCausland, Jeffrey R. The SS-20 : A Range of Choices. November–December 1983:86–96
Miller, Stephen M. Soviet Perceptions of the Theater Nuclear Balance in Europe and Reaction to American LRTNES. March–April 1981:3–17
Miller, Timothy D., and Jeffrey A. Larsen. Dealing with Russian Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Cash for Kilotons. Spring 2004:64–86
Parsons, William S.
Problems and Prospects in Atomic Energy. December 1948:1–18
Capabilities of the Atomic Bomb, including Naval Thinking on Its Employment. April 1950:23–29
Pollack, Jonathan D. The United States, North Korea, and the End of the Agreed Framework. Summer 2003:11–49
Quester, George H.
If the Nuclear Taboo Gets Broken. Spring 2005:71–91
The Last Time We Were at “Global Zero.” Summer 2011:131–39
Raymond, Jack. The Influence of Nuclear Weapons on National Strategy and Policy. April 1967:55–74
Rehman, Iskander. Drowning Stability: The Perils of Naval Nuclearization and Brinkmanship in the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2012:64–88
Ritcheson, Philip L. Proliferation: Scope, Prospects, and Implications. Summer 1997:50–64
Ross, Andrew L. Thinking about the Unthinkable: Unreasonable Exuberance? Spring 2001:36–46
Schmitt, Michael N. The International Court of Justice and the Use of Nuclear Weapons. Spring 1998:91–116
Turner, Stansfield. The Dilemma of Nuclear Weapons in the Twenty-first Century. Spring 2001:13–23
Vardamis, Alex A. Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy: Faulty Rationale for Current Practice. Fall 1978:89–103
Zimmerman, Peter D., and Greb, G. Allen. The Bottom Rung of the Ladder: Battlefield Nuclear Weapons Europe. November–December 1982:35–51
 
Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones
Rosen, Mark E. Nuclear- Weapon-Free Zones. Autumn 1996:44–61
 
OAS. See Organization of American States
 
Obscurants
Culora, Thomas J. The Strategic Implications of Obscurants: History and the Future. Summer 2010:73–84
 
Oceania
Bergbauer, Harry W., Jr. A Review of the Political Status of the Trust Territory of the Pacific. March 1970:43–51
Blaz, Vincente T., and Samuel S. H. Lee. The Cross of Micronesia. June 1971:59–89
Miller, William O. The United Nations and Oceania: New Dimensions in the Cold War Refrain. June 1969:45–59
Thomas, Sea Sovereign. Engaging Oceania. Winter 2010:97–106
 
Oceanography
Behrens, William W., Jr. Environmental Considerations in Naval Operations. September 1971:70–77
Clift, A. Denis. U.S. Oceanic Programs and Policy. January 1971:24–30
Franssen, Herman T. Oil and Gas in the Oceans. May–June 1974:50–66
Hayes, John D. A Maritime Survey for 1970: Seamen, Fishermen, Prospectors: Who Will Own the Oceans? December 1969:31–40
Jackson, Janko. A Methodology for Ocean Surveillance Analysis. September–October 1974:71–89
Pell, Claiborne. America’s Future Undersea Power. October 1968:47–52
Rigterink, Ray A. Oceanography: Strategic Factor in National Power. January 1965:1–47
Robison, John T. Ocean Fisheries: National Instrument for International Stability. June 1969:106–29
Smith, Wayne J. International Control of Deep Sea Mineral Resources. June 1972:82–90
Stephan, Edward C. Oceanography and Naval Warfare. April 1962:20–40
Weir, Gary E. Surviving the Peace: The Advent of American Naval Oceanography, 1914–1923. Autumn 1997:85–103
 
Officers
Barber, James A., Jr. Britain and France: The Officer Corps and Civil-Military Relations. December 1969:17–28
Day, Edward R., Jr. Impact of Senior Service College Education on Naval Officer Promotion. September 1969:58–67
Emery, Thomas R. M. Trends in Flag Selection Criteria and Their Effect on Career Management. January 1969:78–95
Higgins, Maria S. A Critique of the Proposed Military Retirement System. July–August 1973:64–70
Martin, James K. Officer Promotion Planning. September 1969:68–74
Mets, David R. History, War and the Military Professional. January–February 1982:68–80
Nichols, Robert L., Alfred R. Saeger, Jr., Hans H. Driessnack, LeRoy House, and Richard G. Reid. The Officer Corps in an All-Volunteer Force: Will College Men Serve? January 1971:31–50
 
Oil
Blechman, Martin, and Arnold Kuzmack. Oil and National Security. May–June 1974:8–25
Franssen, Herman T. Oil and Gas in the Oceans. May–June 1974:50–66
Hart, Jim. World Dependence on Persian Gulf Oil: Strategic Concerns and Market Reality. Spring 1994:111–17
Hutton, C. Powell. Changing Soviet Oil Interests: Implications for the Middle East. October 1971:76–93
Jordon, Kevin. Petroleum Transport System: No Longer a Legitimate Target. Spring 1990:47–53
Murphy, Martin. Deepwater Oil Rigs as Strategic Weapons. Spring 2013:110–14
Maurer, John H. Fuel and the Battle Fleet: Coal, Oil, and American Naval Strategy, 1898–1925. November–December 1981:60–77
Morse, John H., Jr.
Oil. April 1951:1–36
Petroleum. March 1953:1–81
Rosenberg, David A. The U.S. Navy and the Problem of Oil in a Future War: The Outline of a
Strategic Dilemma, 1945–1950. Summer 1976:53–64
 
Okinawa
Giarra, Paul S. Host Nation Support, Responsibility Sharing, and Alternative Approaches to U.S. Bases in Japan. Autumn 1997:49–66
 
Operational Art
Ash, Lawrence N. Wilderness Guide: Intelligence for the Commander in Bosnia. Summer 1996:30–41
Hughes, Wayne P., Jr. Naval Operations: A Close Look at the Operational Level of War at Sea. Summer 2012:23–46
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
Vego, Milan. On Major Naval Operations. Spring 2007:94–126
Wrigley, Paul R. The Impact of Religious Belief in the Theater of Operations. Spring 1996:84–101
 
Operational Maneuver from the Sea
Beddoes, Mark W. Logistical Implications of Operational Maneuver from the Sea. Autumn 1997:32–48
 
Operations Analysis
Tarpgaard, Peter T. McNamara and the Rise of Analysis in Defense Planning: A Retrospective. Autumn 1995:67–77
 
Operations Assessments
Downes-Martin, Stephen. Operations Assessment in Afghanistan Is Broken: What Is to Be Done? Autumn 2011:103–25
Schroden, Jonathan. Why Operations Assessments Fail: It’s Not Just the Metrics. Autumn 2011:89–102
 
Operations Other than War
Ash, Lawrence N. Wilderness Guide: Intelligence for the Commander in Bosnia. Summer 1996:30–41
Coppernoll, Margaret-Anne. The Nonlethal Weapons Debate. Spring 1999:112–31
Gentry, John A. Complex Civil-Military Operations: A U.S. Military-centric Perspective. Autumn 2000:57–76
Johnson, Mark H. The Coast Guard Alternative. Winter 2000:141–47
Miskel, James. Are We Learning the Right Lessons from Africa’s Humanitarian Crises? Summer 1999:136–47
Nordquist, Myron H. What Color Is the Peacekeeper’s Helmet? Summer 1997:7–24
O'Connor, Cathal. Foreign Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Operations: Lessons Learned and Best Practices. Winter 2012:152–60
Oswald, Sir Julian. U.N. Maritime Operations: Realities, Problems, and Possibilities. Autumn 1993:124–29
Otis, Pauletta. Ethnic Conflict: What Kind of War Is This? Autumn 1999:9–29
Shimodaira, Takuya. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in the Age of Multilateral Cooperation: Nontraditional Security. Spring 2014:52–68
Siegel, Adam B.
Naval Forces in Support of International Sanctions: The Beira Patrol. Autumn 1992:102–104
Enforcing Sanctions: A Growth Industry. Autumn 1993:130–34
Stocker, Jeremy. Nonintervention: Limited Operations in the Littoral Environment. Autumn 1998:42–62
Watts, Robert B. The New Normalcy: Sea Power and Contingency Operations in the Twenty-First Century. Summer 2012:47–64
Woodward, Susan L. Warlordism and “Tribal” Warfare. Spring 1999:55–68
Wrigley, Paul R. The Impact of Religious Belief in the Theater of Operations. Spring 1996:84–101
 
Organization
Farrell, William R. Bureaucracy is Not a Four-Letter Word. Spring 1987:84–90
Fraser, Ronald. Tall and Skinny, Fat and Short: A Useful Organization Chart. November–December 1982:67–68
Johnson, W. Brad, and Gene R. Andersen. Formal Mentoring in the U.S. Military: Research Evidence,
Lingering Questions, and Recommendations. Spring 2010:113–26
Rochlin, Gene I., Karlene H. Roberts, and Todd R. La Porte. The Self-Designing High-Reliability Organization: Aircraft Carrier Flight Operations at Sea. Autumn 1987:76–90; repr. Summer 1998:97–113
West, Francis J. Reflections on the Military Organization. May–June 1974:26–34
 
Organization of American States
Fenwick, Charles G. International Law, the O.A.S., and the Dominican Crisis. December 1966:18–30
Rubottom, R. Richard. The Inter-American System: An Evaluation. June 1964:1–13
Rutter Mattos, Alfredo E. The O.A.S., and Communism in Latin America. September 1967:29–52
Woods, Theodore K., Jr. U.S. Navy Regulations, International Law, and the Organization of American States. February 1970:66–84
 
Orbital Mechanics
Washburn, Alan R. Orbital Dynamics for the Compleat Idiot. Winter 1999:120–29
 
Pacific Ocean
Inman, Bobby R. Competition in the Pacific Basin. Winter 1987:28–35
Kennedy, William V. Moving West: The New Theater of Decision. Winter 1989:19–32
Nishihara, Masashi. Maritime Cooperation in the Pacific: The United States and Its Partners. Summer 1987:37–41
Olsen, Edward A. The Maritime Strategy in the Western Pacific. Autumn 1987:38–49
Solomon, Richard H. The Pacific Basin: Dilemmas and Choices for American Security. Winter 1987:36–43
Tangredi, Sam J. Pacific Garrison or Contingency Force? Implications of the New National Security Strategy for the Marine Corps. Summer 1992:13–20
 
Pakistan
Hayaud-Din, Mian. Pakistan. September 1958:15–36
Hiranandani, Gulab. The Indian End of the Telescope: India and Its Navy. Spring 2002:61–72
Tahir-Kheli, Shirin. Soviet Fortunes on the Southern Tier: Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan. November–December 1981:3–13
Taylor, Paul D. India and Pakistan: Thinking about the Unthinkable. Summer 2001:40–51
Khan, Feroz Hassan. Prospects for Indian and Pakistani Arms Control and Confidence-Building Measures. Summer 2010:105–21
Khan, Muhammad Azam. S-2: Options for the Pakistan Navy. Summer 2010:85–104
Rehman, Iskander. Drowning Stability: The Perils of Naval Nuclearization and Brinkmanship in the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2012:64–88
 
Panama Canal
Carey, William K. Analysis of a Conflict in Panama. October 1967:55–82
Chine, William F. Where Shall We Build the New Sea-Level Canal? January 1967:29–59
Sandrock, John E. A New Isthmian Canal: Key to Hemispheric Progress. December 1965:1–56
Terry, James P. Law in Support of Policy in Panama. Autumn 1990:110–18
 
Peace
Emerson, William R. American Concepts of Peace and War. May 1958:1–28
Grove, Eric J. A War Fleet Built for Peace: British Naval Rearmament in the 1930s and the Dilemma of Deterrence versus Defence. Spring 1991:82–92
Hughes, Wayne P. Pacifists and Peacemakers. May–June 1974:83–86
Kagan, Donald. The End of Wars as the Basis for a Lasting Peace: A Look at the Great Wars of the Twentieth Century. Autumn 2000:11–24
Martin, Laurence. The Use of Naval Forces in Peacetime. January–February 1985:4–14
Rostow, Eugene V. Violent Peace and the Management of Power: Dilemmas and Choices in U.S. Policy. Winter 1988:4–19
Rostow, Walt W. Will We Snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory? September 1971:3–18
Wilmot, Chester. The Higher Direction of the War. November 1952:1–41
Wolfowitz, Paul D. Preserving Nuclear Peace. March–April 1983:69–80
 
Peace Operations
Christian, Derek J. The African Crisis Response Force: A Critical Issue for Africa. Summer 1998:70–81
Francart, Loup, and Jean-Jacques Patry. Mastering Violence: An Option for Operational Military Strategy. Summer 2000:144–84
Gentry, John A. Complex Civil-Military Operations: A U.S. Military-centric Perspective. Autumn 2000:57–76
Luke, Ivan T. Naval Operations in Peacetime: Not Just “Warfare Lite.” Spring 2013:11–26
Otis, Pauletta. Ethnic Conflict: What Kind of War Is This? Autumn 1999:9–29
Woodward, Susan L. Warlordism and “Tribal” Warfare. Spring 1999:55–68
 
Peacekeeping
Allison, George. The United States Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1993:22–35
Christian, Derek J. The African Crisis Response Force: A Critical Issue for Africa. Summer 1998:70–81
Claude, Inis L., Jr.
The New International Security Order: Changing Concepts. Winter 1994:9–17
The United States and Changing Approaches to National Security and World Order. Summer 1995:46–61
Gentry, John A. Complex Civil-Military Operations: A U.S. Military-centric Perspective. Autumn 2000:57–76
Ghia, Fabio. Armed Intervention in UN Peacekeeping: The Necessity for Change. Summer 1996:131–36
Huser, Herbert C. Democratic Argentina’s “Global Reach”: The Argentine Military in Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1998:55–69
Miskel, James. Are We Learning the Right Lessons from Africa’s Humanitarian Crises? Summer 1999:136–47
Neves, Juan Carlos. The Argentine Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in the Gulf of Fonseca. Winter 1994:40–67
Nordquist, Myron H. What Color Is the Peacekeeper’s Helmet? Summer 1997:7–24
Oswald, Sir Julian. U.N. Maritime Operations: Realities, Problems, and Possibilities. Autumn 1993:124–29
Otis, Pauletta. Ethnic Conflict: What Kind of War Is This? Autumn 1999:9–29
Rogers, Philippe D. China and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in Africa. Spring 2007:73–93
Siegel, Adam B.
Naval Forces in Support of International Sanctions: The Beira Patrol. Autumn 1992:102–104
Enforcing Sanctions: A Growth Industry. Autumn 1993:130–34
Tharoor, Shashi. Peacekeeping: Principles, Problems, Prospects. Spring 1994:9–22
 
People’s Republic of China. See China
 
Persian Gulf
Ghoreishi, Ahmad, and Dariush Zahedi. Iran’s Security Concerns in the Persian Gulf. Summer 1996:73–95
Hart, Jim. World Dependence on Persian Gulf Oil: Strategic Concerns and Market Reality. Spring 1994:111–17
Hickman, William F. Confrontation in the Gulf: Unintended Consequences. Winter 1991:49–61
Mobley, Richard. Deterring Iran, 1968–71: The Royal Navy, Iran, and the Disputed Persian Gulf Islands. Autumn 2003:107–19
Yetiv, Steve A. The Transatlantic Dimension of Persian Gulf Security. Autumn 1991:45–58
 
Persian Gulf War
Baker, Brent. Desert Shield/Storm: The War of Words and Images. Autumn 1991:59–65
Barry, John L., and James Blaker. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
Bruger, Steven J., Jr. Not Ready for the First Space War: What about the Second? Winter 1995:73–83
Gibson, Andrew E., and Jacob L. Shuford. Desert Shield and Strategic Sealift. Spring 1991:6–19
Jones, John F., Jr. Guilio Douhet Vindicated: Desert Storm 1991. Autumn 1992:97–101
Neves, Juan Carlos. Interoperability in Multinational Coalitions: Lessons from the Persian Gulf War. Winter 1995:50–62
Schrady, David. Combatant Logistics Command and Control for the Joint Force Commander. Summer 1999:49–75
Shutler, Philip G. Future Shield/Future Storm. Winter 1992:100–103
Terry, James P. The Environment and the Laws of War: The Impact of Desert Storm. Winter 1992:61–67
 
Peru
Wawro, Geoffrey. Our Special Correspondent: Letter from South America. Summer 2002:115–42
 
Petroleum. See Oil
 
Philippines, Republic of
Banlaoi, Rommel C. Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: The Abu Sayyaf Threat. Autumn 2005:63–80
Regala, Jesus L. Strategic and Economic Effects of the U.S. China Rapprochement on the Philippines. July–August 1979:99–103
Taccad, Serapio P. Philippine-American Relations and the U.S. Bases: A Filipino Perspective. Spring 1978:67–74
 
Piracy
Kraska, James. Fresh Thinking for an Old Problem: Report of the Naval War College Workshop on Countering Maritime Piracy. Autumn 2009:141–54
Murphy, Martin N. Suppression of Piracy and Maritime Terrorism: A Suitable Role for a Navy? Summer 2007:23–45
Raymond, Catherine Zara. Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Strait: A Problem Solved? Summer 2009:31–42
Rosenberg, David. The Political Economy of Piracy in the South China Sea. Summer 2009:43–58
Sluiman, F. J., and Ph. H. de Koning. Naval Vessel Traffic Services: Enhancing the Safety of Merchant Shipping in Maritime Security Operations. Summer 2010:123–37
Spearin, Christopher.
A Private Security Solution to Somali Piracy? The U.S. Call for Private Security Engagement and the Implications for Canada. Autumn 2010:56–71
Promising Privateers? Understanding the Constraints of Contemporary Private Security at Sea. Spring 2014:97–116
Stavridis, James G., and Richard E. LeBron. Taming the Outlaw Sea. Autumn 2010:73–83
Turner, James S. G. Piracy in the Air. September 1969:86–116
Warner, Lesley Anne. Pieces of Eight: An Appraisal of U.S. Counterpiracy Options in the Horn of Africa. Spring 2010:61–87
Weir, Gary E. Fish, Family, and Profit: Piracy and the Horn of Africa. Summer 2009:15–29
 
Planning
Adkins, Arthur A. Doctrine for Naval Planning: The Once and Future Thing. Winter 1996:61–73
Bacchus, Wilfred A. Difficult Aspects of Military Planning. March 1967:1–21
Bartlett, Henry C. Approaches to Force Planning. May–June 1985:37–48
Bartlett, Henry C., and G. Paul Holman, Jr.
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
Bland, Raymond D. Controlling the EEZ: Implications for Naval Force Planning. July–August 1984:23–30
Buell, Thomas B. Admiral Edward C. Kalbfus and the Naval Planner’s “Holy Scripture”: Sound Military Decision. May–June 1973:31–41
Carney, Robert B.
The Foundations of Future Naval Planning. October 1949:1–12
Logistical Planning for War. October 1948:3–16; repr. Winter 1998:7–15
Cooper, Parker C. The U.S. Navy Planning and Budget Process. December 1965:59–69
Cullen, Charles W.
From the Kriegsacademie to the Naval War College: The Military Planning Process. January 1970:6–18
The Military Planning Process: Human Imperfections in Its Application. March 1971:52–63
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Harris, R. Robinson, and James W. Montgomery. Long Range Planning for the Environment circa 2000. July–August 1984:63–71
Pace, Dale K., and Michael Vlahos. War Experience and Force Requirements. Autumn 1988:26–46
Resing, David C. Mine Countermeasures in Coastal Harbors: A Force Planner’s Dilemma. Spring 1987:53–62
Rosinski, Herbert. Scharnhorst to Schlieffen: The Rise and Decline of German Military Thought. Summer 1976:83–103
Tarpgaard, Peter T. McNamara and the Rise of Analysis in Defense Planning: A Retrospective. Autumn 1995:67–77
Tollefsen, Thomas S. Reports or Readiness: A Dilemma. May–June 1974:74–82
 
Political Science
Bratton, Patrick C. When Is Coercion Successful? And Why Can’t We Agree on It? Summer 2005:99–120
Haney, Patrick J. Soccer Fields and Submarines in Cuba: The Politics of Problem Definition. Autumn 1997:67–84
Kagan, Donald. The End of Wars as the Basis for a Lasting Peace: A Look at the Great Wars of the Twentieth Century. Autumn 2000:11–24
Kissinger, Henry A. The Admiral Raymond A. Spruance Lecture. Summer 1978:4–10; repr. Winter 1998:115–22
Miskel, James F. National Interests: Grand Purposes or Catchphrases? Autumn 2002:96–104
Morgenthau, Hans. Realism in International Politics. January 1958:1–15; repr. Winter 1998:16–25
Norton, Richard J. Feral Cities. Autumn 2003:97–106
Rhodes, Edward. “. . . From the Sea” and Back Again: Naval Power in the Second American Century. Spring 1999:13–54
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Rossiter, Clinton L. Foundations of American Political Theory. February 1960:19–54
 
Population
Pitts, David B. Population: The Explosion Heard Round the World. May 1967:5–50
Somers, David W. The Place of Population Control in U.S. Foreign Policy. January 1968:18–43
 
Portugal
Bruneau, Thomas C. Portugal: Problems and Prospects in the Creation of a New Regime. Summer 1976:65–82
Horward, Donald D. Portugal and the Anglo-Russian Naval Crisis (1808). May–June 1981:48–74
 
Power
Gatchel, Theodore L. The Ultimate Trust: National Self-Restraint as a Factor in War. May–June 1983:14–25
Morgenthau, Hans J. The Nature and Use of Power and Its Influence upon State Goals and Strategies. February 1964:18–30
Stoessinger, John G. Power and Elements of National Power. March 1968:11–27
Synon, George D. The Relationship of the Merchant Marine to National Power. November 1949:1–20
 
Presence. And see Forward Presence
Gouré, Daniel. The Tyranny of Forward Presence. Summer 2001:11–24
McNulty, James F. Naval Presence: The Misunderstood Mission. September–October 1974:21–31
Miskel, James F. “Being There” Matters—But Where? Summer 2001:25–39
Nathan, James A., and James K. Oliver. The Evolution of International Order and the Future of the American Naval Presence Mission. Fall 1977:37–59
Truver, Scott C. New International Constraints on Military Power: Navies in the Political Role. July–August 1981:99–104
 
Prisoners of War
Ball, Harry P. Prisoner of War Negotiations: The Korean Experience and Lesson. September 1968:54–86
Baxter, Richard R. The Geneva Conventions of 1949. January 1956:59–83
Carr, William K. The Faceless PO W. Fall 1977:88–96
Halt, Philip R. Prisoners of War: Prescriptive Conduct and Compliance in Captive Situations. December 1968:29–79
Lyons, William P. Prisoners of War and the Code of Conduct. December 1967:60–96
Naughton, Robert J. Motivational Factors of American Prisoners of War Held by the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. January–February 1975:2–14
Richardson, Walton K. Prisoners of War as Instruments of Foreign Policy. September 1970:47–64
Stockdale, James B.
Experiences as a PO W in Vietnam. January–February 1974:2–6; repr. Winter 1998:81–86
The Fate of a Good Doctor. Spring 1990:115–19
 
Problem Definition
Haney, Patrick J. Soccer Fields and Submarines in Cuba: The Politics of Problem Definition. Autumn 1997:67–84
 
Proliferation Security Initiative
Doolin, Joel A. The Proliferation Security Initiative: Cornerstone of a New International Norm. Spring 2006:29–57
Valencia, Mark J. Is the PSI Really the Cornerstone of a New International Norm? Autumn 2006:123–30
 
Propaganda
Hook, Sidney. Ideological Factors in the Formulation of Strategy. June 1951:1–23
Larson, David L. Objectivity, Propaganda and the Puritan Ethic. February 1965:16–30
Linebarger, Paul M. A. Psychological Warfare. March 1951:19–47
Noss, Theodore K. Logic and Propaganda. December 1961:1–16
 
PRC. See China
 
Professional Military Education
Burns, William F. The Education of “a Modern Major General.” Winter 2004:20–33
Fox, James H. How to Prepare a Research Paper. December 1950:1–12
Goldrick, James. Naval Publishing the British Way. Winter 1992:85–99
Naval War College Program of Advanced Research. January–February 1973:51–52
Perspective of the College’s Strategy Curriculum. March–April 1973:19–25
Johnson, Gregory G. A Larger Meaning, a Larger Purpose. Winter 2004:35–37
Russett, Bruce. Warriors and Scholars: Fellow Professionals in Hard Times. Fall 1975:87–91
Skelton, Ike.
Whispers of Warriors: The Importance of History to the Military Professional. Summer 2000:7–20
National Security Book List. Winter 2004:109–12
Sloane, Stephen B. Professionalism: A Broader Perspective. Spring 1978:42–57
Wolfowitz, Paul. “The Greatest Deeds Are Yet to Be Done.” Winter 2004:13–19
 
Proliferation
Pendergast, William R. U.S. Foreign Policy and Nuclear Proliferation. Summer 1978:49–65
Ritcheson, Philip L. Proliferation: Scope, Prospects, and Implications. Summer 1997:50–64
 
Proliferation Security Initiative
Allen, Craig H. The Limits of Intelligence in Maritime Counterproliferation Operations. Winter 2007:35–52
 
Public Relations/Affairs
Baker, Brent. Desert Shield/Storm: The War of Words and Images. Autumn 1991:59–65
Bernays, Edward L. Public Relations: A Contemporary Concept. June 1962:1–17
Blanchard, Ralph W. The Newsman in Vietnam: Responsible or Irresponsible? June 1968:14–42
Canham, Erwin D. The Armed Forces and Public Information in War and Peace. March 1949:9–26
Fitch, Morgan L., Jr. The U.S. Navy and the Public. September 1969:14–19
Hughes, Wayne P. Jr. Guarding the First Amendment: For and From the Press. May–June 1984:28–35
Kotz, Nick. The Government’s Need for Secrecy vs. the Right to Know. May–June 1984:36–41
Mack, William P. Public Affairs and Command. May 1966:1–12
McCrae, John L. The Naval Commander and Public Relations. November 1953:1–23
O’Connell, John F. For Want of a Timely Call. Winter 2013:101–109
Taylor, Edmund B. Public Relations in the Navy. April 1957:17–32
Watts, Robert B. The New Normalcy: Sea Power and Contingency Operations in the Twenty-First Century. Summer 2012:47–64
 
Public Law
Miller, Gerald E. Public Law and the Military Commander: Responsibility and Authority. October 1971:21–26
 
Public Opinion
Armbruster, William A. The Pueblo Crisis and Public Opinion. March 1971:34–110
Baker, Brent. Desert Shield/Storm: The War of Words and Images. Autumn 1991:59–65
Bowles, Chester. The Power of Public Opinion. March 1958:1–24
Clotfelter, James. Vacillation and Stability in American Public Opinion toward Military and Foreign Policy. February 1971:55–61
Crenshaw, Ollinger. American Attitudes towards Two World Wars, 1914–1957. October 1957:1–25
Dawson, Raymond H. Political Pressures and American National Strategy. April 1963:1–18
Delaney, Robert F. Popular Pressures on Government. June 1970:20–28
Free, Lloyd A. Political Beliefs and Public Opinion. March 1971:4–16
Ranney, J. Austin. Popular Pressures on Government. December 1969:10–16
Rosenau, James N., and Holsti, Ole R. Public Opinion and Soviet Foreign Policy: Competing Belief Systems in the Policy-Making Process. July–August 1979:4–14
 
Public Speaking
Maxfield, H. A. So You Are Going to Lecture! January 1950:37–52
 
USS Pueblo
Armbruster, William A. The Pueblo Crisis and Public Opinion. March 1971:34–110
Mobley, Richard. Pueblo: A Retrospective. Spring 2001:98–118
 
Publications
Goldrick, James. Naval Publishing the British Way. Winter 1992:85–99
 
Readiness
Appleton, Daniel S. Naval Operational Readiness. June 1967:55–74
Badger, Oscar C. Problems of Command and Logistics. November 1950:13–27
Booth, Ken. Roles, Objectives and Tasks: An Inventory of the Functions of Navies. Summer 1977:83–97
Buck, Ralph V. Assessing the Capability of Naval Forces. February 1979:78–87
Tollefsen, Thomas S. Reports or Readiness: A Dilemma. May–June 1974:74–82
 
R&D. See Research and Development
 
Reconstitution
Hone, Thomas. Naval Reconstitution, Surge, and Mobilization: Once and Future. Summer 1994:67–85
 
Recruiting
Bates, Robert G. Problems in Recruiting Blacks for the Service Academies. July–August 1973:54–63
Butler, Francis P. Defense Manpower and the All-Volunteer Force: A Different Perspective. January–February 1980:85–91
Clark, Rolf H., and Robert A. Comerford. Manpower Planning and Resource Allocation in Defense: Some Issues. March–April 1975:32–42
Davis, Vincent. Universal Service: An Alternative to the All-Volunteer Armed Services. October 1970:19–33
Little, Roger D., and Raymond F. Turner. Non-Caucasian Recruiting and the Occupational Structure of the Navy. March–April 1974:74–85
Moos, Felix. History and Culture: Some Thoughts on the United States All-Volunteer Force. July–August 1973:16–27
Nichols, Robert L., Alfred R. Saeger, Jr., Hans H. Driessnack, LeRoy House, and Richard G. Reid.
The Officer Corps in an All-Volunteer Force: Will College Men Serve? January 1971:31–50
Pitzele, Merlin S. Role of Labor in a Future War. January 1951:19–32
Reuther, Victor G. The Role of Labor in War. December 1955:1–19
 
Regional Commanders
Myers, Richard B. Shift to a Global Perspective. Autumn 2003:9–17
 
Regionalism
Claude, Inis L. Regional Associations in the Contemporary World. April 1961:15–38
Furniss, Edgar S. Regional Associations. January 1959:21–38
Weisser, Ulrich. Regional Conflicts: A German Perspective. Summer 1989:63–77
 
Religion
Leslie, Reo N., Jr. E Pluribus Unum: Religious Pluralism in the Military. Summer 1990:55–61
Wrigley, Paul R. The Impact of Religious Belief in the Theater of Operations. Spring 1996:84–101
 
Republic of Korea
Koda, Yoji. The Emerging Republic of Korea Navy: A Japanese Perspective. Spring 2010:13–34
 
Research and Development
Cetron, Marvin J. Technological Forecasting: A Prescription for the Military R&D Manager. April 1969:14–39
Frosch, Robert A. Navy Research and Development. December 1968:4–15
Gushaw, Gregory V. Research and Development on the Soviet Model: The Case for the Prototype. July–August 1974:69–80
James, Carolyn C. The Politics of Extravagance: The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Spring 2000:158–90
Root, Franklin R. The “Technology Gap” between the United States and Western Europe. November 1968:45–56
Ward, J. Carlton, Jr.
Science as Related to National Defense. October 1956:1–43
Science as Related to National Defense. November 1958:1–50
U.S. Science and Technology in National Strategy. April 1964:17–56
United States Science and Technology. May 1968:3–23
 
Reserves
Probert, John R. The Reserves and National Guard: Their Changing Role in National Defense. May 1972:66–75
 
Resource Conflicts
Pegg, Scott. Globalization and Natural-Resource Conflicts. Autumn 2003:82–96
 
Revolution
Grassey, Thomas B. Some Perspectives on Revolution. Winter 1977:19–29
 
Revolution in Military Affairs
Patton, James H., Jr. The New “RMA”: It’s Only Just Begun. Spring 1996:23–32
Smith, Edward A., Jr. The Navy RMA War Game Series: April 1995–November 1996. Autumn 1997:17–31
Szafranski, Richard. Peer Competitors, the RMA, and New Concepts: Some Questions. Spring 1996:113–19
Uhlig, Frank, Jr. A Real Revolution in Military Affairs and What It Achieved. Spring 1999:138–42
 
Rickover, Hyman G.
Somes, Timothy E. The Influence of Hyman Rickover on a Navy. Summer 1991:84–89
 
RMA. See Revolution in Military Affairs
 
ROE. See Rules of Engagement
 
Roosevelt, Theodore
Holmes, James R. “A Striking Thing”: Leadership, Strategic Communications, and Roosevelt’s Great White Fleet. Winter 2008:51–67
Morris, Edmund. “A Matter of Extreme Urgency”: Theodore Roosevelt, Wilhelm II, and the Venezuela Crisis of 1902. Spring 2002:73–86
 
Royal Navy (British). And see United Kingdom
Grove, Eric J. A War Fleet Built for Peace: British Naval Rearmament in the 1930s and the Dilemma of Deterrence versus Defence. Spring 1991:82–92
Higgins, Maria S. Winston S. Churchill’s Legacy to the Royal Navy, 1911–1915. November–December 1974:67–77
Johnson, William S. Defense Budgetary Constraints and the Fate of the Carrier in the Royal Navy. May–June 1973:12–30
Jordan, David J. Future Carrier Aviation Options: A British Perspective. Summer 2001:63–84
Kristof, John J. The Royal Navy’s Defeat of the French at Sea in the Years 1793–1815. March–April 1973:41–45
Levy, James. Ready or Not? The Royal Navy’s Home Fleet at the Outset of World War II. Autumn 1999:90–108
Lombardi, Ben, and David Rudd. The Type 45 Daring-Class Destroyer: How Project Management Problems Led to Fewer Ships. Summer 2013:99–115
McLean, Douglas M. Confronting Technological and Tactical Change: Allied Antisubmarine Warfare in the Last Year of the Battle of the Atlantic. Winter 1994:87–104
Mobley, Richard. The Beira Patrol: Britain’s Broken Blockade against Rhodesia. Winter 2002:63–84
Rhys-Jones, Graham. The Loss of the Bismarck: Who Was to Blame? Winter 1992:25–44
Ross, Angus K. Four Lessons That the U.S. Navy Must Learn from the Dreadnought Revolution. Autumn 2010:119–43
Sheldon-Duplaix, Alexandre. Franco-British Relations at Sea and Overseas: A Tale of Two Navies. Winter 2011:79–94
Syrett, David. The Role of the Royal Navy in the Napoleonic Wars after Trafalgar, 1805–1814. September–October 1979:71–84
 
Rules of Engagement
Duncan, James C. The Commander’s Role in Developing Rules of Engagement. Summer 1999:76–89
 
Russia
Antrim, Caitlyn L. The Next Geographical Pivot: The Russian Arctic in the Twenty-first Century. Summer 2010:15–38
 
Russia (Imperial, Russian Federation)
Green, William C. The Historic Russian Drive for a Warm Water Port: Anatomy of a Geopolitical Myth. Spring 1993:80–102
Jones, David R. Admiral S. O. Makarov and Naval Theory. Winter 1994:68–86
Maerli, Morten Bremer. U.S.-Russian Naval Security Upgrades: Lessons Learned and the Way Ahead. Autumn 2003:19–38
Miller, Timothy D., and Jeffrey A. Larsen. Dealing with Russian Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Cash for Kilotons. Spring 2004:64–86
Potvorov, Victor. National Interests, National Security, and the Russian Navy. Autumn 1994:53–67
Rollins, Patrick. Russian Commerce Raiders in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, 1904. Summer 1994:86–109
Weitz, Richard. Why Russia and China Have Not Formed an Anti-American Alliance. Autumn 2003:39–61
 
Russia (Imperial, Russian Federation)—History
Chadick, Wayne L. Naval Tradition: A Russian Heritage. June 1969:26–44
Fainsod, Merle. Historical and Cultural Background of the U.S.S.R. June 1960:1–16
Horward, Donald D. Portugal and the Anglo-Russian Naval Crisis (1808). May–June 1981:48–74
Jones, David R. Armies and Revolution: Trotsky’s Pre-1917 Military Thought. July–August 1974:90–98
Kohn, Hans. Historical and Cultural Background of the U.S.S.R. April 1957:1–16
Mosely, Philip E. The Historical Development of Russia. February 1954:1–23
Rollins, Patrick. Russian Commerce Raiders in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, 1904. Summer 1994:86–109
 
Russo-Japanese War
Koda, Yoji. The Russo-Japanese War: Primary Causes of Japanese Success. Spring 2005:11–44
Rollins, Patrick. Russian Commerce Raiders in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, 1904. Summer 1994:86–109
 
Salvage
Skudin, Kemp L. Salvage Support and Operational Commanders: What They Need But May Not Get. Autumn 1994:11–24
 
SALT. See Disarmament
 
Sanctions
Strack, Harry R. The Influence of Transnational Actors on the Enforcement of Sanctions against Rhodesia. Spring 1976:52–64
 
Satellites
Black, J. Todd. Commercial Satellites: Future Threats or Allies? Winter 1999:99–114
Washburn, Alan R. Orbital Dynamics for the Compleat Idiot. Winter 1999:120–29
 
Saudi Arabia
Piscatori, James P. Saudi Arabia and the Law of the Sea. Spring 1977:53–68
 
Scandinavia
Fredholm, Christer. The North Atlantic: The Norwegian Sea, a Scandinavian Security Problem. June 1972:56–64
Zurcher, Arnold J. Europe’s Northern Flank: Its Strategic, Economic and Political Significance in the Cold War. March 1963:12–28
 
Scenarios
Liotta, P. H., and Timothy E. Somes. The Art of Reperceiving: Scenarios and the Future. Autumn 2003:121–32
 
Sealift
Bodner, Eric R. Signals and Sealift: Merchant Ship Communications Security. Winter 1994:111–16
Gibson, Andrew E.
After the Storm. Summer 1992:21–27
So Long, American Flag: It Was So Nice to Fly You. Autumn 1993:42–51
Gibson, Andrew E., and Jacob L. Shuford. Desert Shield and Strategic Sealift. Spring 1991:6–19
 
Seapower
Ambrose, Stephen E. Seapower in World Wars I and II. March 1970:26–40
Barnett, Roger W. Naval Power for a New American Century. Winter 2002:43–62
Bennett, Frank M. The Great Sea Race. March–April 1982:51–53
Brown, Charles R. The Heritage of Tyre. February 1949:33–46
Clarey, Bernard A. Keynote Address to Seapower Symposium: Change and Challenge. February 1970:4–8
Colbert, Richard G. The First Naval War College Seapower Symposium: An Introduction. February 1970:1–3
Field, James A.
Origins of Maritime Strategy and the Development of Sea Power. March 1955:1–24
Seapower and Military Strategy Today. April 1956:21–40
The Influence of Sea Power on Modern Strategy. September 1957:31–53
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Fiske, Clarence O. The Third International Seapower Symposium: A Summary Report. March–April 1974:67–73
Godfrey, Jack E. Mahan: The Man, His Writings and Philosophy. March 1969:59–68
Gray, Colin S. Sea Power: The Great Enabler. Winter 1994:18–27
Langford, John D. Japan and Germany: Why Sea Power Failed. May 1964:1–13
Larkin, James R. Modern Technology and Sea Power. May 1963:19–36
Manship, H. Kaminer. Mahan’s Concepts of Sea Power. January 1964:15–30
Margaritis, C. The Future Roles and Problems of Small Countries’ Navies. January 1972:35–40
Marshall, Charles B. Three Powers: Two Oceans. Winter 1978:9–20
McNulty, James F. Focus on Seapower: A Perspective of the First Naval War College Seapower Symposium. March 1970:12–17
Miller, George H. Sea Power Is World Power. March 1949:1–8
O’Connor, Raymond G. Naval Strategy in the 20th Century. February 1969:4–12
Phelan, George R. Sea Power and Strategies for the Control of the Seas. June 1954:15–37
Pitt, William M. The Use of Seapower in Countering the Strategy of Interposition. September 1971:47–69
Reitzel, William A. Seapower in the Mediterranean. October 1966:1–17
St. John, Ronald B. European Naval Expansion and Mahan, 1889–1906. March 1971:74–83
Shrine, Bertram. Mahan in the Nuclear Age. February 1966:23–75
Sick, Gary G. Russia and the West in the Mediterranean: Perspectives for the 1970’s. June 1970:48–69
Snyder, Frank M. Sea Power: A Naval History. May–June 1982:73–76
Stavridis, James. Marine Technology Transfer and the Law of the Sea. July–August 1983:38–49
Still, William N., Jr. A Naval Sieve: The Union Blockade in the Civil War. May–June 1983:38–45
Thibault, Edward A. Thucydides on the Influence of Seapower. March–April 1973:31–35
Uhlig, Frank, Jr.
How Navies Fight, and Why. Winter 1995:34–49
The Constants of Naval Warfare. Spring 1997:92–105
Fighting at and from the Sea: A Second Opinion. Spring 2003:39–52
Wolfe, Gene. The Influence of History upon Seapower. January 1970:63–67
 
Senkaku Island (Diaoyu)
Smith, Paul J. The Senkaku/Diaoyu Island Controversy: A Crisis Postponed. Spring 2013:27–44
 
The Sciences
Foster, John S., Jr. Science and Technology of the Future and Their Impact on Strategy. September 1970:17–22
Handler, Philip. The Future of American Science. January–February 1980:57–67
Shimkin, Demitri B. The Social Sciences and National Defense: Trends, Potentials and Issues. Summer 1977:41–49
Shreckengost, Raymond C. Science, Technology, and Change: Implications for the Navy. November 1971:1–16
Ward, J. Carlton, Jr.
Science as Related to National Defense. October 1956:1–43
Science as Related to National Defense. November 1958:1–50
 
Sea Basing
Harkavy, Robert E. Thinking about Basing. Summer 2005:13–42
Smith, Arthur M. The “Triangle of Death”: Medical Sustainability in Expeditionary Sea-Based
Operations. Spring 2008:97–117
Tangredi, Sam J. Sea Basing: Concept, Issues, and Recommendations. Autumn 2011:28–41
 
Sea Control
Egan, Dennis M., and David W. Orr. Sea Control in the Arctic: A Soviet Perspective. Winter 1988:51–80
Reed, Rowena. Central Mediterranean Sea Control and the North African Campaigns, 1940–1942. July–August 1984:82–96
Rubel, Robert C. Talking about Sea Control. Autumn 2010:38–47
Waldenström, Christofer. Sea Control through the Eyes of the Person Who Does It: A Theoretical Field Analysis. Winter 2013:77–100
 
Secrecy
Bok, Sissela. Secrets and Deception: Implications for the Military. March–April 1985:73–80
 
Shaping
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
 
Shipbuilding
Adams, John W. The Influences Affecting Naval Shipbuilding Legislation, 1910–1916. December 1969:41–70
Dodson, Bennett M. Ocean Shipping. January 1953:1–30
Gardner, Ellis B., Jr. Problems and Prospects of the United States Shipbuilding Industry. October 1971:13–20
Hackemer, Kurt. Building the Military-Industrial Relationship: The U.S. Navy and American Business, 1854–1883. Spring 1999:89–111
Pettavino, Paula J. Could Our Shipyards Cope: If Not, Then What? Autumn 1988:47–56
Weir, Gary E. The Search for an American Submarine Strategy and Design, 1916–1936. Winter 1991:34–48
White, Donald G. The French Navy and the Washington Conference. November 1969:33–44
White, Robert J. Globalization of Navy Shipbuilding: A Key to Affordability for a New Maritime Strategy. Autumn 2007:59–72
 
Shipping
Bodner, Eric R. Signals and Sealift: Merchant Ship Communications Security. Winter 1994:111–16
Callaghan, William M. Military Sea Transportation Service. January 1953:31–60
Dodson, Bennett M. Ocean Shipping. January 1953:1–30
Gibson, Andrew E.
After the Storm. Summer 1992:21–27
So Long, American Flag: It Was So Nice to Fly You. Autumn 1993:42–51
Gibson, Andrew E., and Jacob L. Shuford. Desert Shield and Strategic Sealift. Spring 1991:6–19
Jarpa, Sergio G. The Defense of Shipping off South America. Summer 1990:62–76
Landersman, S. D. Naval Protection of Shipping: A Lost Art? March–April 1986:23–34
McKillip, Robert W. H. Undermining Technology by Strategy: Resolving the Trade Protection Dilemma of 1917. Summer 1991:18–37
Millhouse, Felix G. Ocean Shipping and National Defense. September 1966:20–60
Powell, Stanley, Jr. United States Shipping Industry-Problems and Prospects. November 1969:5–17
Synon, George D. The Relationship of the Merchant Marine to National Power. November 1949:1–20
Uhlig, Frank, Jr. How Navies Fight, and Why. Winter 1995:34–49
Williams, E. Cameron. The Four “Iron Laws” of Naval Protection of Merchant Shipping. May–June 1986:35–42
 
Ships
Langenberg, William H. The German Battleship Tirpitz: A Strategic Warship. July–August 1981:81–92
Stephen, Harold J. The Failure of the Fast Deployment Logistics Ship. October 1970:69–86
White, Donald G. The Misapplication of a Weapons System: The Battle Cruiser as a Warship Type. January 1970:42–62
Winnefeld, James A. Surface Ships Survivability: An Enduring Issue. May–June 1983:4–13
 
Ships—Design
Carson, W. G. The Old Destroyerman’s Trivia Quiz. March–April 1982:30–32
Davies, Thomas D. Some Thoughts on New Ship Configurations (the Helicopter-Destroyer Concept). May 1969:25–33
Drennan, Jimmy. Strength in Numbers: Remarkable Potential of (Really) Small Combatants. Winter 2014:125–34
Fahey, W. F. Technology and Warship Design: Capturing the Benefits. Winter 1979:41–48
Gallaher, James H. An Analysis of the Effect of the Container Ship Revolution on Military Logistics. December 1970:34–47
Little, Roger D. Technology and Warship Design: Comment, Overview, and Bibliography of the
Economics of Transcience. September–October 1979:85–92
Locke, F. W. S., Jr., and V. Withington. A Flexible Ship and a More Responsive Navy. September–October 1972:54–70
Weir, Gary E. The Search for an American Submarine Strategy and Design, 1916–1936. Winter 1991:34–48
 
Singapore
Huang, Victor. Building Maritime Security in Southeast Asia: Outsiders Not Welcome? Winter 2008:87–105
Koh, Swee Lean Collin. Seeking Balance: Force Projection, Confidence Building, and the Republic of Singapore Navy. Winter 2012:75–92
 
Skybolt
Greenberg, Myron. Kennedy’s Choice: The Skybolt Crisis Revisited. Autumn 2000:145–49
 
Small Arms
Bondì, Loretta. U.S. Policy on Small Arms and Light Weapons. Winter 2006:119–40
 
Small Combatants
Drennan, Jimmy. Strength in Numbers: Remarkable Potential of (Really) Small Combatants. Winter 2014:125–34
 
Somalia
Ohls, Gary J. EASTERN EXIT: Rescue “ . . . From the Sea.”Autumn 2008:125–48
Warner, Lesley Anne. Pieces of Eight: An Appraisal of U.S. Counterpiracy Options in the Horn of Africa. Spring 2010:61–87
Weir, Gary E. Fish, Family, and Profit: Piracy and the Horn of Africa. Summer 2009:15–29
 
South Africa
Baker, Deane-Peter. The South African Navy and African Maritime Security. Spring 2012:145–65
Mills, Greg. The South African National Defence Force: Between Downsizing and New Capabilities. Winter 1999:78–98
 
South America
de la Fuente, Pedro Luis. Confidence-Building Measures in the Southern Cone: A Model for Regional Stability. Winter 1997:36–65
Golda, E. Michael. The Dardanelles Campaign: A Historical Analogy for Littoral Mine Warfare. Summer 1998:82–96
Griffith, Ivelaw L. Caribbean Geopolitics and Geonarcotics: New Dynamics, Same Old Dilemma. Spring 1998:47–67
Huser, Herbert C. Democratic Argentina’s “Global Reach”: The Argentine Military in Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1998:55–69
Soto, Alberto A. Maritime Information-Sharing Strategy: A Realistic Approach for the American Continent and the Caribbean. Summer 2010:139–52
Wawro, Geoffrey. Our Special Correspondent: Letter from South America. Summer 2002:115–42
 
South Asia
Berlin, Donald L. India in the Indian Ocean. Spring 2006:58–89
Crane, Robert I. The Strategic Significance of the Asian Subcontinent. September 1966:8–19
Hiranandani, Gulab. The Indian End of the Telescope: India and Its Navy. Spring 2002:61–72
Khan, Feroz Hassan. Prospects for Indian and Pakistani Arms Control and Confidence-Building Measures. Summer 2010:105–21
Khan, Muhammad Azam. S-2: Options for the Pakistan Navy. Summer 2010:85–104
Rehman, Iskander. Drowning Stability: The Perils of Naval Nuclearization and Brinkmanship in the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2012:64–88
Selth, Andrew. Burma and Superpower Rivalries in the Asia-Pacific. Spring 2002:43–60
Taylor, Paul D. India and Pakistan: Thinking about the Unthinkable. Summer 2001:40–51
 
South China Sea
Dutton, Peter. Three Disputes and Three Objectives: China and the South China Sea. Autumn 2011:42–67
Kenny, Henry J. The South China Sea: A Dangerous Ground. Summer 1996:96–108
Holmes, James R. Strategic Features of the South China Sea: A Tough Neighborhood for Hegemons. Spring 2014:30–51
Zalamea, Ulysses O. Eagles and Dragons at Sea: The Inevitable Strategic Collision between the United States and China. Autumn 1996:62–74
 
South Korea. See Republic of Korea
 
Southeast Asia
Bradford, John F. The Growing Prospects for Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia. Summer 2005:63–86
Cordner, Lee G. Regional Resilience: The Imperative for Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia. Spring 1994:41–59
Fifield, Russell H. U.S. Objectives and Treaty Organizations in Asia and the Western Pacific. April 1966:4–15
Finn, Daniel P. The Marine Environment in Southeast Asia: Controlling Oil Tanker Traffic in the Strait of Malacca. November–December 1981:49–59
Fitzgerald, Leo J. Colonial Influence on the Assimilation of the Indonesian Chinese. May 1968:71–91
Huang, Alexander Chieh-cheng. The Chinese Navy’s Offshore Active Defense Strategy: Conceptualization and Implications. Summer 1994:7–32
Huang, Victor. Building Maritime Security in Southeast Asia: Outsiders Not Welcome? Winter 2008:87–105
Hung, Dinh M. Vietnam and Southeast Asia. May 1966:28–33
Johnston, Howard J. The Tribal Soldier: A Study of the Manipulation of Ethnic Minorities. January 1967:98–143
Karschnia, Paul T. Communal Implications of Economic Development in Malaya. April 1968:65–81
Koernig, Robert W. Major Factors Affecting the Assimilation of the Overseas Chinese in Thailand. April 1968:50–64
Marks, Murray. Southeast Asia: Strategic Alternatives after Vietnam. May 1969:94–99
Selth, Andrew. Burma and Superpower Rivalries in the Asia-Pacific. Spring 2002:43–60
Thayer, Philip W. Realities of Independence and Development in Southeast Asia. June 1957:23–40
Trainor, Bernard. Southeast Asia Ten Years after the Fall of Saigon. Autumn 1986:39–50
Walker, Richard L. Asia in Perspective. April 1968:30–39
 
Southern Cone
de la Fuente, Pedro Luis. Confidence-Building Measures in the Southern Cone: A Model for Regional Stability. Winter 1997:36–65
 
Southwest Asia
Tahir-Kheli, Shirin. The Southern Flank of the U.S.S.R.: Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan. Winter 1979:30–40
 
Soviet Union
Aceves, William J. Diplomacy at Sea: U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the Black Sea. Spring 1993:59–79
Caron, Gerald C. Soviet Civil-Military Relations: Conflict and Collaboration among Comrades. December 1971:65–93
Chernavin, Vladimir Nikolaevich. A Talk Followed by Questions and Answers: U.S. Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 8 November 1991. Autumn 1992:9–19
Cigar, Norman. Soviet Aircraft Carriers: Unfortunate Timing for a Long-Held Dream. Spring 1992:20–34
Cobb, Tyrus W. The Future of the Soviet Defense Burden: The Political Economy of Contemporary Soviet Security Policy. July–August 1981:30–52
Fainsod, Merle. The Rise of Soviet Power. March 1954:1–18
Fursenko, Alexander. Night Session of the Presidium of the Central Committee, 22–23 October 1962. Summer 2006:129–40
Goldstein, Lyle J., and Yuri M. Zhukov. A Tale of Two Fleets: A Russian Perspective on the 1973 Naval Standoff in the Mediterranean. Spring 2004:27–63
Grudzinski, Przemyslaw. A Contract with Central Europe. Summer 1996:7–29
Gushaw, Gregory V. Research and Development on the Soviet Model: The Case for the Prototype. July–August 1974:69–80
Hauner, Milan L. Stalin’s Big-Fleet Program. Spring 2004:87–120
Inkeles, Alex. The Soviet Social System. February 1957:19–48
Karpovich, Michael. The Rise of Soviet Power. June 1949:1–24
Kohn, Hans
Russia. December 1948:19–31
Russia. March 1952:1–19
McGruther, Kenneth R. Leningrad Will Never Be the Same. Summer 1976:108–12
Morrison, John A. Geography of Russia. March 1952:21–56
Mosely, Philip E. The Rise of Soviet Power. December 1950:13–41
Shimkin, Demitri B. National Traditions and Technological Determinants in Soviet Society. April 1970:12–19
Smith, Walter B. The Russians. January 1950:1–35
Vego, Milan N. A World of Difference: Soviet Antisubmarine Warfare in 1991. Summer 1992:58–77
Wolfe, Bertram D. The Soviet Political System. March 1959:1–21
 
Soviet Union—Armed Forces
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
Cliff, Donald K. Soviet Naval Infantry: A New Capability. June 1971:90–101
Dunn, Keith A. Power Projection or Influence: Soviet Capabilities for the 1980s. September–October 1980:31–47
Eccles, Henry E. The Russian Maritime Threat. June 1969:4–14
FitzGerald, Mary C.
The Soviet Military and the New “Technological Operation” in the Gulf. Autumn 1991:16–43
Russia’s New Military Doctrine. Spring 1993:24–44
Haselkorn, Avigdor. The External Function of Soviet Armed Forces. January–February 1980:35–45
McNeill, John H. Military-to-Military Arrangements for the Prevention of U.S.-Russian Conflict. Spring 1994:23–29
Melnick, A. James. Beyond the Economy: Internal Factors Affecting the Future of the Russian Military. Summer 1994:33–50
Petersen, Phillip A. The Soviet Conceptual Framework for the Application of Military Power. May–June 1981:15–25
 
Soviet Union—Economy
Cobb, Tyrus W. The Future of the Soviet Defense Burden: The Political Economy of Contemporary
Soviet Security Policy. July–August 1981:30–52
Kuenne, Robert E. The Economies of the United States and the U.S.S.R.: A Comparative Overview. Summer 1967:85–103
Roos, Charles F. Economic Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. September 1953:17–30
Shimkin, Demitri B.
The Economic Potential of the U.S.S.R. December 1949:21–35
Russia’s Economic Problems and Perspectives. November 1951:33–49
U.S.S.R. Military-Economic Strengths and Weaknesses. February 1955:53–69
Warren, David D. Soviet Economic Theory and Practice. March 1968:46–55
 
Soviet Union—Foreign Policy
Ackley, Richard T. The Soviet Navy’s Role in Foreign Policy. May 1972:48–65
Ballis, William B. Soviet Foreign Policy: Goals and Tactics. December 1964:54–65
Blixt, Melvin D. Soviet Objectives in the Eastern Mediterranean. March 1969:4–27
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
Cox, Frederick J. The Russian Presence in Egypt. February 1970:44–53
DiGrocco, James V. The Bidding for Mongolia. June 1964:16–76
Eckman, Michael E. The 1945 Soviet Manchurian Campaign: A Model for Sino-Soviet War. July–August 1974:81–89
Fainsod, Merle B. Soviet Foreign Policy. May 1956:1–18
Fedorenko, Sergei. Russia and Arms Control: The Trials of Transition to a Post–Soviet Era. Spring 1993:45–58
Freedman, Robert O.
The Soviet Union and the Middle East: The High Cost of Influence. January 1972:15–34
Soviet Policy toward Sadat’s Egypt from the Death of Nasser to the Fall of General Sadek. November–December 1973:63–79
Soviet Policy toward the Middle East from the Exodus of 1972 to the Yom Kippur War. January–February 1975:61–103
Soviet Policy toward the Middle East since the October 1973 Arab-Israeli War. Fall 1976:61–103
Gamble, Philip L. Soviet Aid and Trade and Its Threat to the Free World. June 1969:80–105
Gibson, Andrew E. Negotiating with the Soviets. Winter 1989:121–23
Goldman, Marshall I. Soviet Trade and Foreign Aid to Developing Countries. March 1968:56–69
Grudzinski, Przemyslaw. A Contract with Central Europe. Summer 1996:7–29
Gyorgy, Andrew
Bonds and Strains in Soviet and Soviet-Satellite Relations. February 1957:1–18
Current Soviet Satellite Relations. May 1958:29–40
Hamburg, Roger. Soviet Perceptions of Detente and Analysis of the American Political Process. May–June 1975:24–42
Hartmann, Frederick H.
The Meaning and Implications of the Sino-Soviet Split. November 1967:14–28
Meaning of the Crisis in Czechoslovakia. February 1969:43–48
Hutton, C. Powell. Changing Soviet Oil Interests: Implications for the Middle East. October 1971:76–93
Jacobsen, C. G. Soviet Projection Capabilities: A View from North of the Border. March–April 1979:48–55
Jones, William R. D. Solzhenitsyn and the Quest for the Holy Grail. February 1979:93–95
Karasik, Theodore William and Nichols, Thomas M. The Impact of “Reasonable Sufficiency” on the Soviet Ministry of Defense. Autumn 1989:22–36
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B. Cold War Operations: The Politics of Communist Confrontation: Part III, The Sino-Soviet Split. January 1968:44–54
Mastny, Vojtech. The Soviet Union and the Falklands War. May–June 1983:46–55
May, Ernest R. Soviet Policy and the “German Problem.” September–October 1983:18–36
McNeill, John H. Military-to-Military Arrangements for the Prevention of U.S.-Russian Conflict. Spring 1994:23–29
Michael, James R. The Sino-Soviet Military Alliance. October 1964:15–52
Miller, Harlan B. Seeing Others as We See Ourselves: Missions for the Kiev. March–April 1979:105–108
Miller, William O. The United Nations and Oceania: New Dimensions in the Cold War Refrain. June 1969:45–59
Moore, Dan. The New View from Russia. Summer 1992:7–12
Mosely, Philip E. The Rise of Soviet Power. December 1950:13–41
Nadkarni, Vidya. India and Russia: The End of a Special Relationship? Autumn 1995:19–33
Neubauer, Ronald D. The Right of Innocent Passage for Warships in the Territorial Sea: A Response to the Soviet Union. Spring 1988:49–56
Papp, Daniel S.
Toward an Estimate of the Soviet Worldview. November–December 1979:60–77
From the Crest All Directions Are Down: The Soviet Union Views the 1980s. July–August 1982:50–68
Pizinger, Donald D. Present Soviet Policy in Latin America. April 1969:99–114
Platte, William A. Reflections on Multipolarity. Winter 1978:33–46
Polmar, Norman. Reading about the Soviets: In English. November–December 1983:98–106
Ra’anan, Uri. Soviet Global Policy and the Middle East. September 1971:19–29
Reinhardt, William C. A Theory on the Sino-Soviet Conflict and Polycentrism. October 1963:15–53
Rosenau, James N., and Ole R. Holsti. Public Opinion and Soviet Foreign Policy: Competing Belief Systems in the Policy-Making Process. July–August 1979:4–14
Rubinstein, Alvin Z.
The Changing Strategic Balance and Soviet Third World Risk-Taking. March–April 1985:5–17
The Soviet Union’s Foreign Policy Environment to the Year 2000. Summer 1987:19–36
Rupen, Robert A. Sino-Soviet Conflict: Report on Sino-Soviet Conflict and Its Implications. September 1965:63–72
Scanlan, John D. Power in Soviet Policy over the Next Ten Years. January–February 1984:56–68
Smith, Clyde A. The Meaning and Significance of the Gorshkov Articles. March–April 1974:18–37
Steele, William B. Egypt’s Relations with the Soviet Union: An Appraisal. September 1963:16–45
Takahashi, Rex M. The Kuriles: Passage or Obstruction; to Regional Peace? Autumn 1991:84–95
Tessandori, Henry J. Soviet Foreign Policy as Reflected in the Hungarian and Czechoslovak Crises. October 1969:59–90
Walsh, Edmund A. Soviet Geopolitics and Strategy. September 1951:1–18
Wolfe, Bertram. Spirit of Titoism. March 1952:105–31
 
Soviet Union—History
Mosely, Philip E. The Rise of Soviet Power. December 1950:13–41
Smith, C. Jay. The World War II Soviet Navy Revisited: A 1965 Evaluation and a Look at the Future. March 1966:11–51
Soviet Strategic Thinking, 1917–1962: Some History Reexamined. Edited from Selected Naval War College Faculty Lectures. February 1972:24–34
Staar, Richard F. The U.S.S.R. in Historical Perspective. January 1964:1–14
 
Soviet Union—Merchant Marine
Gamble, Philip L. Soviet Aid and Trade and Its Threat to the Free World. June 1969:80–105
Heine, Irwin M. Soviet Maritime Policies. October 1971:1–12
May, Albert E. The Soviet Merchant Marine. June 1971:45–50
 
Soviet Union—Navy
Ackley, Richard T. The Soviet Navy’s Role in Foreign Policy. May 1972:48–65
Amme, Carl H. The Soviet Navy in the Mediterranean Sea. June 1969:154–59
Anderson, Charles R. U.S.S.R.: Sea Power’s Challenge. May 1963:1–18
Bates, Richard W. Communist Party Control in the Soviet Navy. October 1967:3–42
Beach, Edward L. An Appraisal of Soviet Maritime-Naval Capabilities. June 1969:15–25
Berkowitz, Marc J. Soviet Naval Spetsnaz Forces. Spring 1988:5–21
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
Broadwin, John A. A Soviet Ship: What’s Her Name? July–August 1982:77–86
Burke, Arleigh A. Role of Naval Forces. March 1970:5–11
Chadick, Wayne L. Naval Tradition: A Russian Heritage. June 1969:26–44
Cigar, Norman
The Soviet Navy in the Persian Gulf: Naval Diplomacy in a Combat Zone. Spring 1989:56–88
The Navy’s Battle of the Budget: Soviet Style. Spring 1990:6–30
Daniel, Donald C. Trends and Patterns in Major Soviet Naval Exercises. Spring 1978:34–41
Etzold, Thomas H. The Soviet Union in the Mediterranean. July–August 1984:4–22
Gorshkov, Sergei G. The Development of Soviet Naval Science (Excerpts). February 1969:30–42
Green, William C. The Historic Russian Drive for a Warm Water Port: Anatomy of a
Geopolitical Myth. Spring 1993:80–102
Herrick, Robert W. The Evolution of Soviet Naval Strategy and the Effect of the Revolution in Military Affairs. December 1964:1–52
Hynes, William R. The Role of the Kiev in Soviet Naval Operations. Fall 1976:38–46
Jacobsen, Carl G. The Soviet Navy: Acquiring Global Capabilities and Perspectives. March 1972:41–52
Janis, Mark W. The Soviet Navy and Ocean Law. March–April 1974:52–58
Kennedy, Floyd D., Jr.
Soviet Doctrine on the Role of the Aircraft Carrier. February 1979:48–58
Attacking the Weakest Link: The Anti-Support Role of Soviet Naval Forces. September–October 1979:48–55
The Evolution of Soviet Thought on “ Warfare in the Fourth Dimension.”March–April 1984:41–51
The Evolution of Soviet Views on Fleet Air Defense. July–August 1985:3–15
Kenney, David J. A Primer on S. G. Gorshkov’s Sea Power of the State. Spring 1977:93–103
Libbey, Miles A., III. Blue Water at Last: Missions of and NATO Responses to the New Soviet Aircraft Carrier. November–December 1980:44–52
Masson, Philipe, and J. Labayle Couhat. The Soviet Presence in the Mediterranean: A Short History. January 1971:60–66
Matthei, Dieter. Russia’s Struggle for Maritime Prestige during the Era of Navalism. September–October 1979:18–28
MccGwire, Michael. A New Trend in Soviet Naval Developments. July–August 1980:3–12
McGruther, Kenneth R. Professional Self-Image and the Soviet Navy. Winter 1978:71–78
Miller, Steven E. Assessing the Soviet Navy. September–October 1979:56–70
Papworth, Richard N. Soviet Navy Reactions to the Falkland Islands Conflict. March–April 1985:53–72
Ra’anan, Uri. The Soviet View of Navies in Peacetime. Summer 1976:30–38
Rau, Erwin M. Russia and the Baltic Sea, 1920–1970. September 1970:23–30
Roberts, Jack L. The Growing Soviet Naval Presence in the Caribbean: Its Politico-Military Impact upon the United States. June 1971:31–42
Rogers, Robert B. Trends in Soviet Naval Strategy. February 1969:13–29
Shapiro, Sumner. The Soviet Naval Officer. April 1966:18–89
Smith, C. Jay. The World War II Soviet Navy Revisited: A 1965 Evaluation and a Look at the Future. March 1966:11–51
Smith, Clyde A.
The Meaning and Significance of the Gorshkov Articles. March–April 1974:18–37
Constraints of Naval Geography on Soviet Naval Power. September–October 1974:46–57
Theobald, Robert A. Russian Navy: History and Traditions. February 1954:25–52
Tokarev, Maksim Y. Kamikazes: The Soviet Legacy. Winter 2014:61–84
Vego, Milan
Submarines in Soviet ASW Doctrine and Tactics. March–April 1983:2–16
The Role of the Attack Submarines in Soviet Naval Theory. November–December 1983:48–64
Westwood, James T. The Soviet Union and the Southern Sea Route. January–February 1982:54–67
Zakheim, Dov S. A Carrier for Admiral Gorshkov. January–February 1982:32–39
 
Soviet Union—Strategy
Barnett, Frank R. Overview of Soviet Strategy. June 1971:16–21
Bathurst, Robert B. Soviet Strategy. March–April 1982:66–68
Dunn, Keith A. Strategy: The Soviet Union and the 1980s. September–October 1981:15–31
Eccles, Henry E. The Russian Maritime Threat. June 1969:4–14
Egan, Dennis M., and David W. Orr. Sea Control in the Arctic: A Soviet Perspective. Winter 1988:51–80
FitzGerald, Mary C. Marshal Ogarkov on the Modern Theater Operation. Autumn 1986:6–25
Fry, Renita. The Doctrinal Legitimacy of Gorshkov’s Writings. Measuring the Measures. February 1979:26–37
Holm, Anthony Carl. Why Are the Soviets against Missile Defense-Or Are They? Summer 1987:53–65
Jacobsen, C. G. Soviet Strategy: The Naval Dimension. Spring 1987:17–27
Nichols, Thomas M., and Theodore William Karasik. The Impact of “Reasonable Sufficiency” on the Soviet Ministry of Defense. Autumn 1989:22–36
Petersen, Charles. Soviet Military Objectives in the Arctic Theater. Autumn 1987:3–22
Rosenberg, David Allan. “It is Hardly Possible to Imagine Anything Worse”: Soviet Thoughts on the Maritime Strategy. Summer 1988:69–105
Rubinstein, Alvin Z. The Changing Strategic Balance and Soviet Third World Risk-Taking. March–April 1985:5–17
Soviet Strategic Thinking, 1917–1962: Some History Reexamined. Edited from Selected Naval War College Faculty Lectures. February 1972:24–34
Staar, Richard F. Current Soviet Military Strategy. January 1966:1–23
Sullivan, William K. Soviet Strategy and NATO’s Northern Flank. July–August 1979:26–38
Vego, Milan. The Soviet Envelopment Option on the Northern Flank. Autumn 1986:26–38
Walsh, Edmund A. Soviet Geopolitics and Strategy. September 1951:1–18
Westwood, James T. Soviet Maritime Strategy and Transportation. November–December 1985:42–49
 
Space
Black, J. Todd. Commercial Satellites: Future Threats or Allies? Winter 1999:99–114
Bruger, Steven J., Jr. Not Ready for the First Space War: What about the Second? Winter 1995:73–83
Bunn, George. Satellites for the Navy: Shielded by Arms Control? September–October 1985:55–69
Cohen, Saul B. The Changing United States: Man, Space and Resources. October 1958:1–24
Hardesty, David C. Space-Based Weapons: Long-Term Strategic Implications and Alternatives. Spring 2005:45–68
Johnson-Freese, Joan.
China’s Manned Space Program: Sun Tzu or Apollo Redux? Summer 2003:51–71
Space Wei Qi: The Launch of Shenzhou V. Spring 2004:121–45
Klein, John J. Corbett in Orbit: A Maritime Model for Strategic Space Theory. Winter 2004:59–74
Lorenzini, Dino A., and Charles L. Fox. 2001: A U.S. Space Force. March–April 1981:48–67
Seigel, Thomas G. The Application of Space to Military and Naval Operations. Winter 1994:117–20
Washburn, Alan R. Orbital Dynamics for the Compleat Idiot. Winter 1999:120–29
 
Spain
Dillon, John G. Spain: Keystone or Millstone of NATO? September 1960:77–120
Fox, E. Inman. Trends in Spanish Foreign Policy. February 1971:25–34
Frank, Willard C., Jr.
Naval Operations in the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939. January–February 1984:24–55
Multinational Naval Cooperation in the Spanish Civil War. Spring 1994:72–101
Zea, Antonio. Should Spain Join NATO? November–December 1979:78–87
 
Spectrum of Conflict
Bartlett, Henry C., and G. Paul Holman, Jr. The Spectrum of Conflict: What Can It Do for Force Planners? Winter 1996:119–29
 
Spratly Islands
Kenny, Henry J. The South China Sea: A Dangerous Ground. Summer 1996:96–108
Zalamea, Ulysses O. Eagles and Dragons at Sea: The Inevitable Strategic Collision between the United States and China. Autumn 1996:62–74
 
Spruance, Raymond Ames
Friedman, Hal M. The Quiet Warrior Back in Newport: Admiral Spruance, the Return to the Naval War College, and the Lessons of the Pacific War, 1946–1947. Spring 2011:116–39
Hughes, Wayne P., Jr. Clear Purpose, Comprehensive Execution: Raymond Ames Spruance (1886–1969). Autumn 2009:117–29
 
Staff Functions
Dingfelder, Frank A. Naval Staff Organization and Functioning. January 1952:25–49
Duncan, James C. The Commander’s Role in Developing Rules of Engagement. Summer 1999:76–89
Miller, Shirley S. Navy Staffs. January 1952:1–24
 
SSGN. See Submarines
 
Status of Forces Agreements
Grabb, Robert C. The Status of Armed Forces Abroad. January 1956:85–98
Hearn, Wilfred A. Status of Armed Forces Abroad. January 1957:25–38
Schuck, Edwin G. Status of Armed Forces Abroad. February 1958:39–56
 
Stealth Technology
Grissom, Mark P. Stealth in Naval Aviation: A Hard Look. Summer 1991:8–17
James, Carolyn C. The Politics of Extravagance: The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Spring 2000:158–90
Kennedy, Kevin J. Stealth: A Revolutionary Change in Air Warfare. Spring 1993:118–36
McGillvray, John W., Jr. Stealth Technology in Surface Ships. Winter 1994:28–39
Patton, James. Some Operational Implications of Stealth Warfare. Winter 1990:67–72
Trotter, Thomas William. The Future of Carrier Aviation. Winter 1993:22–44
 
Strategic Communication
Holmes, James R. “A Striking Thing”: Leadership, Strategic Communications, and Roosevelt’s Great White Fleet. Winter 2008:51–67
 
Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)
Fought, Stephen O. SDI: A Policy Analysis. November–December 1985:59–95
 
Strategic Forces
Schweikart, Larry, and D. Douglas Dalgleish. The Trident Submarine in Bureaucratic Perspective. March–April 1984:100–11
Tritten, James John. The Trident System: Submarines, Missiles and Strategic Doctrine. January–February 1983:61–76
Zink, Jeffrey A. The End of the Triad: Morality, Reality, and the Ideal Deterrent. Summer 1994:51–66
 
Strategic Studies Group (SSG)
Hanley, John T., Jr. Creating the 1980s Maritime Strategy and Implications for Today. Spring 2014:11–29
 
Strategic Traditions
Rosen, Stephen Peter. Strategic Traditions for the Asia-Pacific Region. Winter 2001:15–21
 
Strategy
Adams, Benson D. Strategy and the first Strategic Defense Initiative. November–December 1985:50–58
Barnett, Roger W.
Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Maritime Strategy. Summer 1990:2–8
Strategic Culture and Its Relationship to Naval Strategy. Winter 2007:24–34
Bartlett, Henry C., G. Paul Holman, Jr., and Timothy E. Somes. The Art of Strategy and Force Planning. Spring 1995:114–26
Bathurst, Robert B. The Lemming Complex: Ritual Death in the Norwegian Sea. May–June 1974:35–42
Belknap, Reginald R. The Study of Strategy. Spring 1997:112–22
Betts, Richard K. Power, Prospects, and Priorities: Choices for Strategic Change. Winter 1997:9–22
Blair, Dennis. The Strategic Significance of Maritime Theaters. Summer 1988:29–40
Bratton, Patrick C. When Is Coercion Successful? And Why Can’t We Agree on It? Summer 2005:99–120
Breemer, Jan S. The Maritime Strategy: One Ally’s View. Summer 1988:41–46
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. February 1959:1–20; repr. Winter 1998:26–38
Burke, Jerome J., Jr. On the Cusp of the Maritime Strategy. Autumn 1988:78–86
Buss, Claude A. Strategic Choices and Emerging Power Centers in the Asia-Pacific Region. Spring 1990:64–75
Carmichael, George K. Principles of War and Their Application to Strategy and Tactics. October 1950:23–42
Culora, Thomas J. The Strategic Implications of Obscurants: History and the Future. Summer 2010:73–84
Delamer, Guillermo R. The Strategic Keyboard: A Model to Relate the Principles of War. Autumn 1991:96–107
Diomandé, Mégna. Strategy for Increased Stability in Africa. Autumn 1994:68–82
Earle, Edward M. Notes on the Term Strategy. December 1949:1–20
Eccles, Henry E.
Logistics and Strategy. January 1958:17–39
Logistics and Strategy. March 1962:15–31
Strategy: The Essence of Professionalism. December 1971:43–51
Strategy: The Theory and Application. May–June 1979:11–21
Eliot, George F. Influence of Military Alliances on Strategy. June 1952:1–24
Etzold, Thomas H. National Strategy and Mobilization: Emerging Issues for the 1990s. Winter 1990:19–30
Evans, Michael. From Kadesh to Kandahar: Military Theory and the Future of War. Summer 2003:132–50
Field, James A., Jr. Seapower and Military Strategy Today. April 1956:21–40
Foster, John S., Jr. Science and Technology of the Future and Their Impact on Strategy. September 1970:17–22
Galdorisi, George Victor. Competitive Strategies? Good. Next? Long-Range Planning. Autumn 1989:37–46
Garrity, Patrick J. South African Strategy: The Strategy of an International Pariah. September–October 1980:23–30
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr. Warfare Theory. Autumn 1996:112–23
George, James L. Maritime Mission or Strategy? Winter 1989:47–55
Gibson, James F. National Strategies and Japan’s Northern Territories. Winter 1987:53–68
Goodpaster, Andrew J., Jr. Strategy and Capabilities of Allied Command Europe. October 1970:11–18
Gray, Colin S. The Maritime Strategy in U.S.-Soviet Strategic Relations. Winter 1989:7–18
Hanson, Douglas J. Strategic Nuclear Planning After START. Summer 1989:78–96
Harsch, Joseph C. The Place of the Armed Forces in the Making of National Strategy. June 1952:25–47
Hart, Jim. World Dependence on Persian Gulf Oil: Strategic Concerns and Market Reality. Spring 1994:111–17
Hattendorf, John B.
The Evolution of the Maritime Strategy: 1977–1987. Summer 1988:7–28
The Anglo-American Way in Maritime Strategy. Winter 1990:90–99
Heginbotham, Stanley J. The Forward Maritime Strategy and Nordic Europe. November–December 1985:19–27
Holman, G. Paul, Jr., and Henry C. Bartlett. Strategy as a Guide to Force Planning. Autumn 1988:15–25
Hoxie, R. Gordon. The Calculated Risk in Strategy. December 1960:1–17
Jervis, Robert. U.S. Grand Strategy: Mission Impossible. Summer 1998:22–36
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Eccles on Strategy. Summer 1977:10–17
Kissinger, Henry A. The Admiral Raymond A. Spruance Lecture. Summer 1978:4–10; repr. Winter 1998:115–22
Kline, Jeffrey E., and Wayne P. Hughes, Jr. Between Peace and the Air-Sea Battle: A War at Sea Strategy. Autumn 2012:35–40
Kurth, James. American Strategy in the Global Era. Winter 2000:7–24
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Langston, Alex T. Clausewitz: His Philosophy on War and His Effect on Modern Strategy. February 1963:1–22
LaPlante, John B. The Evolution of Pacific Policy and Strategic Planning: June 1970–July 1941. May–June 1973:57–72
Lasswell, Harold D.
Political Factors in the Formulation of Strategy. June 1952:49–64
Political Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. March 1954:19–38
Layman, Gene E. C3CM Warfare Strategy. March–April 1985:31–42
Liotta, P. H., and Richmond M. Lloyd. From Here to There: The Strategy and Force Planning Framework. Spring 2005:121–37
Lord, Carnes. Leadership and Strategy. Winter 2001:139–44
Lowry, Charles W. Moral Factors in National Strategy. September 1955:33–57
Lyons, James A. A Peacetime Strategy for the Pacific. Winter 1987:44–52
Maddison, Paul A. Strategic Trust and Cooperation. Autumn 2012:7–15
Mason, Edward S. The Influence of Economic Considerations in the Formulation of National Strategy. May 1954:1–21
Mayer, Charles W., Jr. Looking Backwards into the Future of the Maritime Strategy: Are We Uncovering Our Center of Gravity in the Attempt to Strike at Our Opponent’s? Winter 1989:33–46
Millis, Walter. The Place of the Armed Forces in the Making of National Strategy. June 1953:1–22
Miskel, James F. Grand Strategies for Dealing with Other States in the New, New World Order. Winter 2005:63–75
Moore, John Norton. Global Order, Low Intensity Conflict and a Strategy of Deterrence. January-February 1986:30–46
O’Connell, Donald. Economic Factors Affecting Strategy. January 1955:23–49
O’Connor, Raymond G. Current Concepts and Philosophy of Warfare. January 1968:3–15
Olsen, Edward A. The Maritime Strategy in the Western Pacific. August 1987:38–49
Owens, Mackubin T. Strategy and the Strategic Way of Thinking. Autumn 2007:111–24
Perkins, Dexter. Political Factors in the Formulation of Strategy. January 1955:1–22
Phelan, George R. Sea Power and Strategies for the Control of the Seas. June 1954:15–37
Randol, Mark A., and Wallace J. Thies. The Opportunity Costs of Large-Deck Carriers: Naval Strategy for the 1990s and Beyond. Summer 1990:9–31
Raymond, Jack. The Influence of Nuclear Weapons on National Strategy and Policy. April 1967:55–74
Reitzel, William A.
The National Higher Strategic Direction of War. March 1955:25–55
The Strategic Plan. April 1956:41–66
The Strategic Process in Theory and Practice. May–June 1975:2–8
Remneck, Richard B. The Strategic Importance of the Bab el-Mandeb and the Horn of Africa. Autumn 1990:6–30
Report of Fifth Annual Session of the Naval War College Global Strategy Discussions. September 1953:1–16
Report of Fourth Annual Session of the Naval War College Global Strategy Discussions. September 1952:1–12, 73–104
Reynolds, Clark G. The Maritime Strategy of World War II: Some Implications? May–June 1986:43–50
Roos, Charles F. Economic Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. September 1953:17–30
Ross, Bruce A. The Case for Targeting Leadership in War. Winter 1993:73–93
Rubel, Robert C. Talking about Sea Control. Autumn 2010:38–47
Rubinstein, Alvin Z. The Changing Strategic Balance and Soviet Third World Risk-Taking. March–April 1985:5–17
Semmes, B. J., Jr. A Perspective for the 1972 Global Strategy Discussions. June 1972:1–5
Sibley, Alden K. The Impact of Terrain on Strategy. May 1962:19–55
Silve, Benoît M. From Leadership to Partnership: A New American Security Strategy for Europe. Winter 1997:88–103
Simpson, Benjamin M., III. Current Strategic Theories. May 1972:76–85
Smith, Arthur M. The Influence of Medicine on Strategy. Spring 1988:22–36
Smith, Edward A., Jr. What “. . . From the Sea” Didn’t Say. Winter 1995:9–33
Smith, Thomas V. Moral Aspects of National Strategy. September 1956:1–18
Sojka, Gary L. The Strategic Thought of Paul H. Nitze. March–April 1984:52–68
Steele, Martin R. Deep Coalitions and Interagency Task Forces. Winter 1999:14–23
Stoughton, Tom R. Concepts of War and Their Correlation in an Integrated Strategy. June 1953:23–46
Stout, Hiram M. The Nature of Military Strategy. March 1956:45–62 Summer s, Harry G., Jr. Clausewitz and Strategy Today. March–April 1983:40–46
Turner, Gordon B. Classic Strategic Concepts. November 1956:1–20
Walter, Charles W. Interposition: The Strategy and Its Uses. June 1970:72–84
Webb, James H., Jr. An Appropriate Use of Force. Winter 1988:20–26
Weir, Gary E. The Search for an American Submarine Strategy and Design, 1916–1936. Winter 1991:34–48
West, F. J., Jr. Maritime Strategy and NATO Deterrence. September–October 1985:5–19
White, Donald G. Admiral Richard L. Conolly: A Perspective on His Notions of Strategy. November 1971:73–79
Wolfers, Arnold O. The American Alliance Strategy in Peace and War. April 1956:1–20
Wood, Robert S. The Conceptual Framework for Strategic Development at the Naval War College. Spring 1987:4–16
Woolley, Peter J. The Role of Strategy in Great Power Decline. Winter 1996:19–37
Wriston, Henry M.
Basic Factors Influencing Our Strategy. September 1952:31–60
Political Factors in National Strategy. September 1955:11–32
Yuill, Stuart J. Quantitative Information for Strategic Decisions. November 1970:16–29
 
Strategy—Maritime. See Maritime Strategy
 
Strategy—Naval
Amme, Carl H., Jr. Perspectives in Naval Strategy. May 1969:12–24
Austin, Bernard L. Naval Strategy. January–February 1962:22–45
Baer, George W. U.S. Naval Strategy 1890–1945. Winter 1991:6–33
Barber, James A., Jr.
The Nixon Doctrine and the Navy. June 1971:5–15
Mahan and Naval Strategy in the Nuclear Age. March 1972:78–88
Barnett, Roger W.
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
Beary, Donald B. Strategic Employment of the Navy: Past, Present and Future. April 1950:1–21
Blair, Dennis. The Strategic Significance of Maritime Theaters. Summer 1988:29–40
Booth, Ken. U.S. Naval Strategy: Problems of Survivability, Usability, and Credibility. Summer 1978:11–28
Brown, Charles R. The Role of the Navy in Future Warfare. April 1949:1–16
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
Coye, Beth F., ed. An Evaluation of U.S. Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean. October 1970:34–52
Culora, Thomas J. The Strategic Implications of Obscurants: History and the Future. Summer 2010:73–84
Davis, Benton V., Jr. Soviet Naval Strategy: Mahan and Mackinder Revisited. October 1968:1–13
Doyle, Michael K. The United States Navy: Strategy and Far Eastern Policy, 1931–1941. Winter 1977:52–60
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Field, James A.
The Influence of Sea Power on Modern Strategy. September 1957:31–53
Origins of Maritime Strategy and the Development of Sea Power. March 1955:1–24
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Hanley, John T., Jr., and Robert S. Wood. The Maritime Role in the North Atlantic. November–December 1985:5–18
Hansen, Kenneth P. Raeder versus Wegener: Conflict in German Naval Strategy. Autumn 2005:81–108
Hattendorf, John B. Technology and Strategy: A Study in the Professional Thought of the U.S. Navy, 1900–1916. November 1971:25–48
Hearn, Wilfred A. Special Aspects of Jurisdiction at Sea. February 1958:19–37
Herrick, Robert W. The Evolution of Soviet Naval Strategy and the Effect of the Revolution in Military Affairs. December 1964:1–52
Huang, Alexander Chieh-cheng. The Chinese Navy’s Offshore Active Defense Strategy: Conceptualization and Implications. Summer 1994:7–32
Hughes, Wayne P., Jr. Naval Tactics and Their Influence on Strategy. January–February 1986:2–17
Hunt, Barry D. The Outstanding Naval Strategic Writers of the Century. September–October 1984:86–107
Kivette, Frederick N. Maritime Strategy. October 1951:27–49
Kline, Jeffrey E., and Wayne P. Hughes, Jr. Between Peace and the Air-Sea Battle: A War at Sea Strategy. Autumn 2012:35–40
Koda, Yoji. A Commander’s Dilemma: Admiral Yamamoto and the “Gradual Attrition” Strategy. Autumn 1993:63–74
Lehman, John. Successful Naval Strategy in the Pacific: How We Are Achieving It. How We Can Afford It. Winter 1987:20–27
Lindsey, George R. The Place of Maritime Strength in the Strategy of Deterrence. Spring 1978:26–33
Luttwak, Edward. War, Strategy and Maritime Power. February 1979:97–99
Maurer, John H. Fuel and the Battle Fleet: Coal, Oil, and American Naval Strategy, 1898–1925. November–December 1981:60–77
MccGwire, Michael. Changing Naval Operations and Military Intervention. Spring 1977:3–25
Miller, George H. Sea Power Is World Power. March 1949:1–8
Montenegro, Guillermo J. Alternative Naval Strategies. Spring 1992:51–68
Morison, Samuel Eliot. Thoughts on Naval Strategy. World War II. March 1968:3–10; repr. Winter 1998:58–66
Mustin, H. C. The Role of the Navy and Marines in the Norwegian Sea. March–April 1986:2–6
Noble, Albert G. New Ordnance Developments and Their Influence on Naval Operations. January 1949:17–20
O’Connor, Raymond G. Naval Strategy in the 20th Century. February 1969:4–12
Olsen, Edward A. The Maritime Strategy in the Western Pacific. Autumn 1987:38–49
Patterson, Andrew, Jr. Mining: A Naval Strategy. May 1971:52–66
Pritchard, James. French Strategy and the American Revolution: A Reappraisal. Autumn 1994:83–108
Randol, Mark A., and Wallace J. Thies. The Opportunity Costs of Large-Deck Carriers: Naval Strategy for the 1990s and Beyond. Summer 1990:9–31
Rau, Erwin M. Russia and the Baltic Sea: 1920–1970. September 1970:23–30
Reynolds, Clark G. Admiral John H. Towers and the Origins of Strategic Flexibility in the Central Pacific Offensive, 1943. Spring 1987:28–36
Rhodes, Edward. “. . . From the Sea” and Back Again: Naval Power in the Second American Century. Spring 1999:13–54
Rogers, Robert B. Trends in Soviet Naval Strategy. February 1969:13–29
Ross, Steven T. Blue Water Strategy Revisited. Spring 1978:58–66
Rubel, Robert C. Command of the Sea: An Old Concept Resurfaces in a New Form. Autumn 2012:21–33 
Ruge, Friedrich. German Naval Strategy during World War II. May 1953:1–30
Semmes, B. J., Jr. A Perspective for the 1972 Global Strategy Discussions. June 1972:1–5
Smith, Edward A., Jr. What “. . . From the Sea” Didn’t Say. Winter 1995:9–33
Trout, B. Thomas. Naval Strategy and Naval Politics: Peacetime Uses of a Wartime Naval Force. July–August 1974:3–16
Truver, Scott C. New International Constraints on Military Power: Navies in the Political Role. July–August 1981:99–104
Turner, Stansfield. Missions of the U.S. Navy. March 1974:2–17; repr. Winter 1998:87–103
Uhlig, Frank, Jr. How Navies Fight, and Why. Winter 1995:34–49
Westwood, James T. Soviet Reaction to the U.S. Maritime Strategy. Summer 1988:62–68
Wood, Robert S., and John T. Hanley, Jr. The Maritime Role in the North Atlantic. November–December 1985:5–18
 
Submarines
Jones, Marcus O. Innovation for Its Own Sake: The Type XXI U-boat. Spring 2014:117–30O’Connell, John F. For Want of a Timely Call. Winter 2013:101–109
Patton, James H., Jr. The Submarine as a Case Study in Transformation: Implications for Future Investment. Summer 2005:132–39
Schweikart, Larry, and D. Douglas Dalgleish. The Trident Submarine in Bureaucratic Perspective. March–April 1984:100–11
Sykora, Charles D. SSGN: A Transformation Limited by Legacy Command and Control. Winter 2006:41–62
Tritten, James John. The Trident System: Submarines, Missiles and Strategic Doctrine. January–February 1983:61–76
 
Sub-Saharan Africa. See Africa
 
Suez Crisis, 1956
Coles, Michael H. Suez, 1956: A Successful Naval Operation Compromised by Inept Political Leadership. Autumn 2006:100–18
Eccles, Henry E. Suez 1956: Some Military Lessons. March 1969:28–56
Garrett, William B. The U.S. Navy’s Role in the 1956 Suez Crisis. March 1970:66–78
 
Sun Tzu
Handel, Michael I. Corbett, Clausewitz, and Sun Tzu. Autumn 2000:106–23
 
Supply Management
Milliren, Edward C. Is the Navy Stock Fund Full of Items the Navy Used to Use? November 1966:45–88
Skon, Warren A. Flexibility: Key to Overseas Support. October 1966:18–59
 
Survivors Rights and Benefits
O’Neil, Raymond L. Too Much to Ask? April 1967:1–7
 
Surrender
Robertson, Horace B., Jr. The Obligation to Accept Surrender. Spring 1993:103–15
 
Sweden
Ericsson, Jörgen. Swedish Security Policy at a Crossroads. Spring 1996:70–83
Hattendorf, John B. The Naval Defense of Sweden in the 1980’s. January–February 1980:22–34
Stover, William J. National Defense and Citizen Participation in Sweden: The Citizen Army in an Open Society. Fall 1975:97–99
Tornberg, Claes E. Swedish Future Surface Ships and Submarines. Winter 1992:54–60
 
Synchronization
Kirin, Stephen J. Synchronization. Autumn 1996:7–22
 
Syria
Mariaschin, Daniel S. The Lebanese War. May–June 1985:93–97
 
Systems Analysis
Brown, George F., Jr. Defense Systems Analysis. One More Time. Fall 1978:28–34
Gubbings, John S. Special Duty Officer for Systems Analysis: A Proposal. November 1971:17–24
Norford, Richard F. Systems Analysis: A Missing Element in Foreign Policy Planning. January 1971:81–100
Tarpgaard, Peter T. McNamara and the Rise of Analysis in Defense Planning: A Retrospective. Autumn 1995:67–77
Tibbetts, Larry N. A Practitioner’s Guide to Systems Analysis. Winter 1976:21–33
 
Tactical Ballistic Missiles. And see Antiship Ballistic Missiles
Swicker, Charles C. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea: The Commander’s Perspective. Spring 1997:7–25
Wang Wei. Translated by Danling Cacioppo. The Effect of Tactical Ballistic Missiles on the Maritime Strategy of China. Summer 2008:133–40
 
Tactics
Genda, Minoru. Tactical Planning in the Imperial Japanese Navy. October 1969:45–50
Gilchrist, Stanley F. The Cordon Sanitaire: Is It Useful? Is It Practical? May–June 1982:60–72
Luce, Stephen B. Applied Tactics [November 1887]. September–October 1984:21–34
Mahncke, Frank C. From Technology to Tactics: Finding the Missing Link. Spring 1989:98–107
Nimitz, Chester W. Naval Tactics. November–December 1982:8–13
O’Keefe, James G. Muddy Waters and the Iron Depth Charge. January–February 1984:14–17
Uhlig, Frank, Jr. Naval Tactics: Examples and Analogies. March–April 1981:92–104
Vego, Milan. Submarines in Soviet ASW Doctrine and Tactics. March–April 1983:2–16
Yates, William K. Tactics Revival at the Naval War College. November–December 1973:11–15
 
Taiwan
Ashurst, Albert J. The Formosa Resolution, 1954–1955, 1958. February 1968:56–64
Bernier, Justin, and Stuart Gold. China’s Closing Window of Opportunity. Summer 2003:72–95
Bi, Jianxiang. Managing Taiwan Operations in the Twenty-first Century: Issues and Options. Autumn 1999:30–58
Grubb, Michael C. Merchant Shipping in a Chinese Blockade of Taiwan. Winter 2007:81–102
Holmes, James R., and Toshi Yoshihara. Taiwan: Melos or Pylos? Summer 2005:43–61
Lasater, Martin L. Thunder and Lightning over Taiwan. July–August 1983:73–82
Murray, William S. Revisiting Taiwan’s Defense Strategy. Summer 2008:13–38
Porch, Douglas. The Taiwan Strait Crisis of 1996: Strategic Implications for the United States Navy. Summer 1999:15–48
Pradun, Vitaliy O. From Bottle Rockets to Lightning Bolts: China’s Missile-Centric Strategy and PLA Strategy against Military Intervention. Spring 2011:7–38
Rahman, Chris. Defending Taiwan, and Why It Matters. Autumn 2001:69–94
Rowe, David N. Taiwan: Problems and Prospects. February 1959:21–48
Wood, Piers M., and Charles D. Ferguson. How China Might Invade Taiwan. Autumn 2001:55–68
 
Taranto, Attack on
Caravaggio, Angelo N. The Attack at Taranto: Tactical Success, Operational Failure. Summer 2006:103–27
 
Targeted Killing
Solis, Gary. Targeted Killing and the Law of Armed Conflict. Spring 2007:127–46
 
Targeting Leadership
Ross, Bruce A. The Case for Targeting Leadership in War. Winter 1993:73–93
 
Technical Assistance
Lilly, Creighton D. Wanted: Salesmen for Freedom. September 1961:17–58
 
Technology
Cetron, Marvin J. Technological Forecasting: A Prescription for the Military R&D Manager. April 1969:14–39
Coppernoll, Margaret-Anne. The Nonlethal Weapons Debate. Spring 1999:112–31
FitzGerald, Mary C. The Soviet Military and the New “Technological Operation” in the Gulf. Autumn 1991:16–43
FitzSimonds, James R. The Cultural Challenge of Information Technology. Summer 1998:9–21
Foster, John S., Jr. Science and Technology of the Future and Their Impact on Strategy. September 1970:17–22
Harley, Jeffrey A. Information, Technology, and the Center of Gravity. Winter 1997:66–87
Hattendorf, John B. Technology and Strategy: A Study in the Professional Thought of the U.S. Navy, 1900–1916. November 1971:25–48
Larkin, James R. Modern Technology and Sea Power. May 1963:19–36
Mahncke, Frank C. From Technology to Tactics: Finding the Mission Link. Spring 1989:98–107
Masland, John W. Forces Producing the Present World Situation. February 1955:21–51
Pease, Charles C. How Adaptive Has the Military Been to Technological Change? March–April 1973:26–31
Rechtin, Dr. Eberhardt. The Technology of Command. March–April 1984:5–25
Shimkin, Demitri B. National Traditions and Technological Determinants in Soviet Society. April 1970:12–19
Shreckengost, Raymond C.
Science, Technology, and Change: Implications for the Navy. November 1971:1–16
Technology and the Establishment. March 1972:16–32
Taylor, Theodore C. Tactical Concentration and Surprise-In Theory. July–August 1985:41–51
Ward, J. Carlton, Jr.
U.S. Science and Technology in National Strategy. April 1964:17–56
United States Science and Technology. May 1968:3–23
 
Territorial Waters
Boma, James R. Troubled Waters off the Land of the Morning Calm: A Job for the Fleet. Spring 1989:33–55
Brock, John R. Archipelago Concept of Limits of Territorial Seas. December 1966:4–97
Jessup, Philip C. Jurisdiction. January 1956:1–31
Joyner, Christopher C. Offshore Maritime Terrorism: International Implications and the Legal Response. July–August 1983:16–31
McNeill, John H. America’s Maritime Boundary with the Soviet Union. Summer 1991:6–57
Neubauer, Ronald D. The Right of Innocent Passage for Warships in the Territorial Sea: A Response to the Soviet Union. Spring 1988:49–56
Oliver, James K., and Nien-Tsu Alfred Hu. A Framework for Small Navy Theory: The 1982 U.S. Law of the Sea Convention. Spring 1988:37–48
Pell, Claiborne. The Law of the Sea Convention Is Critical to National Interests. Autumn 1998:128–33
Schmitt, Michael N. Aegean Angst: The Greek-Turkish Dispute. Summer 1996:42–72
Walker, Peter B. What Is Innocent Passage? January 1969:53–76
Zackrison, James L., and James E. Meason. Chile, Mar Presencial, and the Law of the Sea. Summer 1997:65–85
 
Terrorism
Banlaoi, Rommel C. Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: The Abu Sayyaf Threat. Autumn 2005:63–80
Bradford, John F. The Growing Prospects for Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia. Summer 2005:63–86
Callaway, John. Learning the Hard Way: Force Protection 1983–2000. Winter 2009:105–20
Cerny, Philip G. Terrorism and the New Security Dilemma. Winter 2005:11–33
Cruse, Virginia. Changing Interrogation Facility Management to Defeat the Enemy. Winter 2011:142–47
Farrell, William R.
Terrorisms . . . ? May–June 1980:64–72
Military Involvement in Domestic Terror Incidents. July–August 1981:53–66
Responding to Terrorism: What, Why and When. January–February 1986:47–52
Maritime Terrorism: Focusing on the Probable. Summer 2007:46–60
Frank, Forrest R. Nuclear Terrorism and the Escalation of International Conflict. Fall 1976:12–27
French, Arthur J., Joe DiRenzo III, and Chris Doane. U.S. Coast Guard Health Services Responders in Maritime Homeland Security. Summer 2006:73–88
Friedlander, Robert A. Reflections on Terrorist Havens. March–April 1979:59–67
Goldie, L. F. E. Combating International Terrorism: The United Nations Developments. Winter 1979:49–60
Grunawalt, Richard J. Hospital Ships in the War on Terror: Sanctuaries or Targets? Winter 2005:89–119
Hashim, Ahmed S. The World according to Usama Bin Laden. Autumn 2001:11–36
Howard, Sir Michael. “9/11” and After: A British View. Autumn 2002:11–21
Hurwitz, Elliott. Terrorists and Chemical/Biological Weapons. May–June 1982:36–40
Joyner, Christopher C. Offshore Maritime Terrorism: International Implications and the Legal Response. July–August 1983:16–31
Kosnik, Mark E. The Military Response to Terrorism. Spring 2000:13–39
Murphy, Martin N. Suppression of Piracy and Maritime Terrorism: A Suitable Role for a Navy? Summer 2007:23–45
Neubauer, Ronald D. The Right of Innocent Passage for Warships in the Territorial Sea: A Response to the Soviet Union. Spring 1988:49–56
Norton, Augustus R. Terrorists, Atoms, and the Future: Understanding the Threat. May–June 1979:30–50
Sluiman, F. J., and Ph. H. de Koning. Naval Vessel Traffic Services: Enhancing the Safety of Merchant Shipping in Maritime Security Operations. Summer 2010:123–37
Terry, James P. An Appraisal of Lawful Military Response to State-Sponsored Terrorism. May–June 1986:58–68
Thomas, Guy. A Maritime Traffic-Tracking System: Cornerstone of Maritime Homeland Defense. Autumn 2003:137–52
Truver, Scott C. Mines and Underwater IEDs in U.S. Ports and Waterways: Context, Threats, Challenges, and Solutions. Winter 2008:106–27
 
Thailand
Caswell, John D. The Changing Thai–United States Alliance: Implications for the Nixon Doctrine in Asia. October 1971:59–75
Koernig, Robert W. Major Factors Affecting the Assimilation of the Overseas Chinese in Thailand. April 1968:50–64
Lohr, Chester H. What Is the Outlook for Thailand? September 1968:92–125
Meyers, Bruce F. Thailand: Peking’s Next Rural Base Area in Encirclement. June 1967:23–51
 
Third World. See Developing Nations
 
Thousand-Ship Navy. See Global Maritime Partnership
 
Towers, John H.
Reynolds, Clark G. Admiral John H. Towers and the Origins of Strategic Flexibility in the Central Pacific Offensive, 1943. Spring 1987:28–36
 
Trade
Ashton, David J. Economics in International Relations. November 1963:1–17
Keller, Gerald J. Israeli, South African Trade: An Analysis of Recent Developments. Spring 1978:74–80
Masland, John W. Forces Producing the Present World Situation. February 1955:21–51
Patterson, Gardner. Vital Economic Areas. May 1954:23–40
Root, Franklin R. The “Technology Gap” between the United States and Western Europe. November 1968:45–56
Schlesinger, James R. International Trade and Economic Relations. March 1958:25–41
 
Transformation
Bitzinger, Richard A. Come the Revolution: Transforming the Asia-Pacific’s Militaries. Autumn 2005:39–60
Dombrowski, Peter J., and Andrew L. Ross. Transforming the Navy: Punching a Feather Bed? Summer 2003:107–31
Kolenda, Christopher D. Transforming How We Fight: A Conceptual Approach. Spring 2003:100–21
Mahnken, Thomas G. Transforming the U.S. Armed Forces: Rhetoric or Reality? Summer 2001:85–99
O’Rourke, Ronald. Transformation and the Navy’s Tough Choices Ahead: What Are the Options for Policy Makers? Winter 2001:90–106
Ross, Andrew, Michele A. Flournoy, Cindy Williams, and David Mosher. What Do We Mean by Transformation? An Exchange. Winter 2002:27–42
 
Transportation
Baurenschmidt, George W. Traffic Management Control. April 1950:31–45
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
Hunter, Holland. Soviet Transportation. May 1957:53–71
McDonald, David L. Broad-Shouldered Heavy Lift Mobility. March 1966:1–8
Ramage, Lawson P. The Military Sea Transportation Service. May 1969:4–11
Westwood, James T. Soviet Maritime Strategy and Transportation. November–December 1985:42–49
Williams, Ernest W. Transportation. May 1957:1–24
 
Trident (Submarine)
Schweikart, Larry, and D. Douglas Dalgleish. The Trident Submarine in Bureaucratic Perspective. March–April 1984:100–11
Tritten, James John. The Trident System: Submarines, Missiles and Strategic Doctrine. January–February 1983:61–76
 
Turkey
Dragnich, Alex N. A Political and Economic Appraisal of Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia. February 1961:1–20
Hourihan, William J. The Big Stick in Turkey: American Diplomacy and Naval Operations against the Ottoman Empire, 1903–1904. September–October 1981:78–88
Schmitt, Michael N. Aegean Angst: The Greek-Turkish Dispute. Summer 1996:42–72
Wright, Walter L. Turkey. September 1949:15–34
 
Underdeveloped Nations. See Developing Nations
 
Underway Replenishment
Wildenberg, Thomas. Chester Nimitz and the Development of Fueling at Sea. Autumn 1993:52–62
 
Unified Command Plan
Locher, James R., III. Has It Worked? The Goldwater-Nichols Reorganization Act. Autumn 2001:95–116
Myers, Richard B. Shift to a Global Perspective. Autumn 2003:9–17
 
Uniform Code of Military Justice
Hearn, Wilfred A. Practical Legal Problems of the Military Commander. November 1960:1–15
Poydasheff, Robert S. Military Justice: A Reinforcer of Discipline. Winter 1976:76–92
 
Unions
Eccles, Henry E. Military Unionization: The Central Issue. Summer 1977:18–27
Taylor, William J., Jr. Military Unions for the U.S.: The Irrelevance of the European Experience. Winter 1978:79–88
 
United Kingdom. And see Royal Navy (British)
Adams, Henry H. The Development and Utilization of Seapower by Great Britain. June 1970:92–106
Bird, Thomas C. British East of Suez Policy: A Victim of Economic Necessity. April 1970:54–70
Crowe, William J., Jr. Address to the U.S. Naval War College. Spring 1997:69–78
Dowding, Sir Hugh. Employment of the Fighter Command in Home Defence. Introduction and annotations by John Monsarrat and Robert S. Staley II. Spring 1992:35–50
Goldrick, James. Naval Publishing the British Way. Winter 1992:85–99
Gooch, John. The Chiefs of Staff and the Higher Organization for Defence in Britain, 1904–1984. January–February 1986:53–65
Horward, Donald D. British Seapower and Its Influence upon the Peninsular War (1808–1814). Fall 1978:54–71
Humphries, Arthur A. Two Routes to the Wrong Destination: Public Affairs in the South Atlantic War. May–June 1983:56–71
Ironmonger, Richard. British Sea Power in the Twentieth Century. June 1963:1–16
Jordan, David J. Future Carrier Aviation Options: A British Perspective. Summer 2001:63–84
Kerr, Nick H.
Gibraltar: A Stumbling Block or a Stepping Stone. September–October 1981:91–95
The Falklands Campaign. November–December 1982:14–21
Lombardi, Ben, and David Rudd. The Type 45 Daring-Class Destroyer: How Project Management Problems Led to Fewer Ships. Summer 2013:99–115
Longford, Lady Elizabeth. Wellington. January–February 1974:17–25
McGruther, Kenneth R. When Deterrence Fails: The Nasty Little War for the Falkland Islands. March–April 1983:47–56
Mobley, Richard. The Beira Patrol: Britain’s Broken Blockade against Rhodesia. Winter 2002:63–84
Ormsby-Gore, David. Great Britain: Problems and Prospects. March 1964:23–28
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Root, Franklin R. Britain’s Balance of Payments Problems and the Sterling Devaluation. March 1968:70–88
Sheldon-Duplaix, Alexandre. Franco-British Relations at Sea and Overseas: A Tale of Two Navies. Winter 2011:79–94
Till, Geoffrey. Great Britain Gambles with the Royal Navy. Winter 2010:33–60
Wriston, Henry M. Tensions. May 1951:21–46
 
United Nations
Allison, George. The United States Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1993:22–35
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
Claude, Inis L., Jr.
The New International Security Order: Changing Concepts. Winter 1994:9–17
The United States and Changing Approaches to National Security and World Order. Summer 1995:46–61
Dean, Patrick. Great Britain and the United Nations. November 1962:1–12
Ghia, Fabio. Armed Intervention in UN Peacekeeping: The Necessity for Change. Summer 1996:131–36
Goldie, L. F. E. Combating International Terrorism: The United Nations Developments. Winter 1979:49–60
Haviland, H. Field. The Uses and Limitations of the United Nations. June 1955:23–46
Huser, Herbert C. Democratic Argentina’s “Global Reach”: The Argentine Military in Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1998:55–69
Miller, William O.
The United Nations and Oceania: New Dimensions in the Cold War Refrain. June 1969:45–59
Collective Intervention and the Law of the Charter. April 1970:71–100
Neves, Juan Carlos. The Argentine Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in the Gulf of Fonseca. Winter 1994:40–67
Nordquist, Myron H. What Color Is the Peacekeeper’s Helmet? Summer 1997:7–24
Oliver, James K., and Nien-Tsu Alfred Hu. A Framework for Small Navy Theory: The 1982 U.N. Law of the Sea Convention. Spring 1988:37–48
Oswald, Sir Julian. U.N. Maritime Operations: Realities, Problems, and Possibilities. Autumn 1993:124–29
Petrie, John N. Myths and Misconceptions about the United Nations. Winter 1996:74–89
Pickering, Thomas R. The U.N. Contribution to Future International Security. Winter 1993:94–104
Siegel, Adam B.
Naval Forces in Support of International Sanctions: The Beira Patrol. Autumn 1992:102–104
Enforcing Sanctions: A Growth Industry. Autumn 1993:130–34
Tharoor, Shashi. Peacekeeping: Principles, Problems, Prospects. Spring 1994:9–22
 
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982)
Galdorisi, George. The United States and the Law of the Sea: Changing Interests and New Imperatives. Autumn 1996:23–43
Norris, Andrew J. The “Other” Law of the Sea. Summer 2011:78–97
Oliver, James K., and Nien-Tsu Alfred Hu. A Framework for Small Navy Theory: The 1982 U.S.
Law of the Sea Convention. Spring 1988:37–48
Pell, Claiborne. The Law of the Sea Convention Is Critical to National Interests. Autumn 1998:128–33
Schmitt, Michael N. Aegean Angst: The Greek-Turkish Dispute. Summer 1996:42–72
Zackrison, James L., and James E. Meason. Chile, Mar Presencial, and the Law of the Sea. Summer 1997:65–85
 
United States—Armed Forces
Blechman, Barry M., and Stephen S. Kaplan. Armed Forces as Political Instruments. Spring 1978:80–87
Cochran, Charles L. Midshipman and Cadet Profiles and National Norms: A Comparison. May 1972:37–47
Cordesman, Anthony H. The U.S. Military and the Evolving Challenges in the Middle East. Summer 2002:72–114
Davis, Vincent. Of Wars and Warriors (American Style). November–December 1972:20–31
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Jackson, George L. Constraints of the Negro Civil Rights Movement on American Military Effectiveness: A Survey. January 1970:100–107
Kohn, Richard H. The Erosion of Civilian Control of the Military in the United States Today. Summer 2002:9–60
Korb, Lawrence J. Are U.S. Forces Unprepared and Underfunded? Fact and Fiction. Spring 2002:29–42
Lloyd, Richmond M., and Lorenzini, Dino A. A Framework for Choosing Defense Forces. January–February 1981:46–58
Louscher, David J., and Salomon, Michael D. Conflicting Trends for Arms Transfer Restraint. November–December 1980:82–88
McNeill, John H. Military-to-Military Arrangements for the Prevention of U.S.-Russian Conflict. Spring 1994:23–29
Miskel, James F. Observations on the Role of the Military in Disaster Relief. Winter 1996:105–14
Myers, Richard B. Shift to a Global Perspective. Autumn 2003:9–17
Probert, John R. The Reserves and National Guard: Their Changing Role in National Defense. May 1972:66–75
Shear, Wayne G., Jr. The Drug War: Applying the Lessons of Vietnam. Summer 1994:110–24
Smith, Margaret Chase. Graduation Address. September 1971:34–36
Turner, Gordon B. Diplomatic Aspects of Unbalanced Military Forces. December 1957:33–56
 
United States—Civil War
Beaudoin, Frederic J. Union Victory: Manpower, Management of Resources, or Generalship? March–April 1973:36–40
Dillon, John F. The Role of Riverine Warfare in the Civil War. March–April 1973:58–78
Freeman, Douglas S. Robert E. Lee: Maker of Morale. Edited and annotated by Stuart W. Smith. Summer 1991:75–83
Hackemer, Kurt. Building the Military-Industrial Relationship: The U.S. Navy and American Business, 1854–1883. Spring 1999:89–111
Henig, Gerald S. Admiral Samuel F. DuPont: The Navy Department and the Attack on Charleston, April 1863. February 1979:68–77
Ohls, Gary J. Fort Fisher: Amphibious Victory in the American Civil War. Autumn 2006:81–99
Ramsey, Russell W. Royce G. Shingleton: Rising Naval Historian. Summer 1992:162–64
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
Surdam, David G.
The Union Navy’s Blockade Reconsidered. Autumn 1998:105–27
The Confederate Naval Buildup: Could More Have Been Accomplished? Winter 2001:107–28
Still, William N., Jr. A Naval Sieve: The Union Blockade in the Civil War. May–June 1983:38–45
 
United States—Economy
Ackley, Gardner. Economic Considerations in National Strategy. October 1965:1–18
Elliott, William Y.
Economic Potential of the United States for War. October 1948:17–28
Economic Potential of the United States for War. April 1949:17–42
Vital U.S. Commercial and Economic Problems. March 1950:29–58
Kuenne, Robert E. The Economies of the United States and the U.S.S.R.: A Comparative Overview. Summer 1967:85–103
Leontief, Wassily. National Economic Problems. January 1955:51–67
Miskel, James F. Reducing the Risks of Depending upon Foreign Industries. Autumn 1994:40–52
Moran, Theodore H. North-South Relations in the 1980s. September–October 1982:23–32
Patterson, Gardner
Vital Economic Areas. May 1954:23–40
U.S. Foreign Economic Policy and Our National Security. June 1955:1–22
Reuther, Victor G. The Role of Labor in War. December 1955:1–19
 
United States—Foreign Policy
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
Barber, James A., Jr. The Nixon Doctrine and the Navy. June 1971:5–15
Booth, Ken. Foreign Policies at Risk: Some Problems of Managing Naval Power. Summer 1976:3–16
Boyer, Alan Lee. U.S. Foreign Policy in Central Asia: Risks, Ends, and Means. Winter 2006:91–117
Brennan, Robert V. SDS Tactics as an Indicator of Aims Designed to Influence U.S. Foreign Policy. September 1970:65–78
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
Caswell, John D. The Changing Thai-United States Alliance: Implications for the Nixon Doctrine in Asia. October 1971:59–75
Christian, Derek J. The African Crisis Response Force: A Critical Issue for Africa. Summer 1998:70–81
Claude, Inis L., Jr. The United States and Changing Approaches to National Security and World Order. Summer 1995:46–61
Clotfelter, James. Vacillation and Stability in American Public Opinion toward Military and Foreign Policy. February 1971:55–61
Corgan, Michael T. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Occupation of Iceland. Autumn 1992:34–54
Cornwell, Stanley R. Earthquake! Natural Disasters and U.S. Foreign Policy. February 1971:63–70
Crowl, Philip A. John Foster Dulles: The Policy behind the Myth. March–April 1975:8–17
Etzold, Thomas H. Individuals, Ideas and Institutions: Recent Writings on American Foreign Policy. Fall 1977:109–22
Fedorenko, Sergei. Russia and Arms Control: The Trials of Transition to a Post–Soviet Era. Spring 1993:45–58
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Fox, William T. R.
U.S. Foreign Policy and Its Development. April 1954:1–17
Historical Development of U.S. Foreign Policy. November 1955:25–40
Graebner, Norman A. Coming to Terms with Reality. September–October 1983:91–113
Griffith, Ivelaw L. Caribbean Geopolitics and Geonarcotics: New Dynamics, Same Old Dilemma. Spring 1998:47–67
Grudzinski, Przemyslaw. A Contract with Central Europe. Summer 1996:7–29
Harsch, Joseph C. Contemporary Foreign Policy in Historical Perspective. November–December 1972:10–19
Hartmann, Frederick H.
U.S. Foreign Policy: A Historical Perspective. March 1972:33–40
A Difference in Perspective. Spring 1976:65–74
Higgs, Robert W. The United States and Sub-Saharan Africa. Winter 1996:90–104
Holmes, James R., and Toshi Yoshihara. China and the United States in the Indian Ocean: An Emerging Strategic Triangle? Summer 2008:41–60
Holst, Johan Jorgen. The Future of East- West Relations: Some Policy Perspectives. September–October 1982:12–22
Hourihan, William J. The Big Stick in Turkey: American Diplomacy and Naval Operations against the Ottoman Empire, 1903–1904. September–October 1981:78–88
Ignatieff, Michael. The Challenges of American Imperial Power. Spring 2003:53–63
Kagan, Donald. The End of Wars as the Basis for a Lasting Peace: A Look at the Great Wars of the Twentieth Century. Autumn 2000:11–24
Kenny, Henry J. The South China Sea: A Dangerous Ground. Summer 1996:96–108
Kissinger, Henry A. The Admiral Raymond A. Spruance Lecture. Summer 1978:4–10; repr. Winter 1998:115–22
Kolodziej, Edward A. American Foreign Policy: Revolutionary Policy in a Conservative Guise. Spring 1977:26–39
Kurth, James. R.
American Perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and the Iranian-Iraqi War: The Need for a New Look. January–February 1985:75–88
American Strategy in the Global Era. Winter 2000:7–24
Lewandowski, Henry M. Security Assistance Guidelines. March–April 1986:74–86
Likins, Rose M. Building Capacity through Cooperation. Winter 2006:3–9
Marshall, Charles B. The Foreign Policy of the United States. January–February 1962:1–21
McGovern, William M. U.S. Foreign Policy and Its Historical Development. April 1953:1–44
Morgenthau, Hans. Realism in International Politics. January 1958:1–15; repr. Winter 1998:16–25
Norford, Richard F. Systems Analysis: A Missing Element in Foreign Policy Planning. January 1971:81–100
Norton, Richard J., and James F. Miskel. Spotting Trouble: Identifying Faltering and Failing States. Spring 1997:79–91
Nuechterlein, Donald E.
The United States Should Reorder its Priorities in East Asia. Autumn 1987:23–37
U.S. National Interests in the Middle East: Is the Persian Gulf a “Bridge Too Far”? Winter 1989:108–20
Oseth, John M. Repairing the Balance of Images: U.S. Public Diplomacy for the Future. July–August 1985:52–66
Pasvolsky, Leo. The Development of the U.S. Foreign Policies and Their Objectives. January 1951:1–18
Pendergast, William R. U.S. Foreign Policy and Nuclear Proliferation. Summer 1978:49–65
Pipes, Richard. U.S. Policy Opportunities. November–December 1983:68–74
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Robertson, J. Michael. Alliances in the “Gray Areas.” Autumn 1995:53–66
Rosen, Mark E. Nuclear- Weapon-Free Zones. Autumn 1996:44–61
Rostow, Eugene V. Violent Peace and the Management of Power: Dilemmas and Choices in U.S. Policy. Winter 1988:4–19
Rostow, Walt W.
The National Interest and Objectives. April 1958:1–24
The Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy or the Tocqueville Oscillation. September 1970:4–16
Will We Snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory? September 1971:3–18
Sapin, Burton M. The Study of Foreign Policy: A Perspective. May 1969:100–106
Scowcroft, Brent. American Attitudes toward Foreign Policy. March–April 1979:11–19
Silve, Benoît M. From Leadership to Partnership: A New American Security Strategy for Europe. Winter 1997:88–103
Somers, David W. The Place of Population Control in U.S. Foreign Policy. January 1968:18–43
Trask, David F. Woodrow Wilson and International Statecraft: A Modern Assessment. March–April 1983:57–68
Turner, Gordon B. An Historic Review of Foreign Policy, 1784–1944. November 1957:25–47
Walt, Stephen M. American Primacy: Its Prospects and Pitfalls. Spring 2002:9–28
Weidenfeld, Werner. A New Order, New Powers. Autumn 2003:153–56
Westwood, James T. A Contemporary Political Dilemma: The Impact of Intelligence Operations on Foreign Policy. Spring 1977:85–91
Wolfers, Arnold O. Alliances as a Means of Defense. April 1955:1–22
Wood, Robert S. Intervention and Detente in American Foreign Policy. Winter 1977:41–51
Woolsey, R. James. Different Values-Common Goal. Winter 1979:3–5
Wriston, Henry M. “Policy” in Foreign Affairs. September 1950:1–18
Yetiv, Steve A. The Transatlantic Dimension of Persian Gulf Security. Autumn 1991:45–58
 
United States—Foreign Trade
Dymsza, William A. The Balance of Payments Problem: The Dollar and United States Worldwide
Responsibilities; Part I, January 1967:60–97; Part II, February 1967:108–46
Goodman, Allan E. U.S. Development Assistance in the Insurgency Environment: Gulliver’s
Coming Out. February 1972:13–23
Gordon, Lincoln. United States Foreign Economic Policy. June 1956:1–25
Groff-Smith, Geoffrey. The Multinational Corporation: A New Force in American Foreign Relations. January–February 1973:60–68
Holbik, Karel. The Common Market and the United States: A Dialogue of Continents. May–June 1965:19–33
Patterson, Gardner. U.S. Foreign Economic Policy and Our National Security. June 1955:1–22
Root, Franklin R. The “Technology Gap” between the United States and Western Europe. November 1968:45–56
Slichter, Sumner H. U.S. Economic Foreign Policy. November 1954:13–29
 
United States—Merchant Marine
Bentley, Helen D. U.S. Maritime Prospects. June 1970:11–19
Gallaher, James H. An Analysis of the Effect of the Container Ship Revolution on Military Logistics. December 1970:34–47
Gibson, Andrew E.
After the Storm. Summer 1992:21–27
So Long, American Flag: It Was So Nice to Fly You. Autumn 1993:42–51
McCleave, Robert E., Jr. The National Defense Requirement for a U.S.-Flag Merchant Marine. June 1969:64–79
Porter, Rufus C. American Merchant Shipping: A Recurring National Dilemma. November 1962:13–61
Powell, Stanley, Jr. United States Shipping Industry-Problems and Prospects. November 1969:5–17
 
United States—Naval Policy/Power
Booth, Ken. Foreign Policies at Risk: Some Problems of Managing Naval Power. Summer 1976:3–15
Eliot, George F. Sea Power and Current U.S. Military Strategy. April 1961:1–14
Hourihan, William J. The Big Stick in Turkey: American Diplomacy and Naval Operations against the Ottoman Empire, 1903–1904. September–October 1981:78–88
Luttwak, Edward. The Political Application of Naval Force: A Précis. November–December 1973:38–40
McInteer, James F. The Significance of Sea Power to the United States. September 1959:1–33
Moss, Richard N. The United States: Preeminent Sea Power. February 1963:23–41
Nathan, James A., and James K. Oliver. The Changing Context of American Seapower. February 1979:3–16
 
United States—Revolutionary War
Pritchard, James. French Strategy and the American Revolution: A Reappraisal. Autumn 1994:83–108
 
United States—Security Policy
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
Ackley, Gardner. Economic Considerations in National Strategy. October 1965:1–18
Austin, Bernard L. Military Considerations in National Strategy. December 1963:1–15
Bader, William B. Congress and National Strategy. February 1970:9–18
Baker, Brent. National Defense and the Congressional Role. July–August 1982:4–15
Bandow, Doug. It Is Time to Temper Our Excessive Interventionism. Autumn 2002:76–82
Barnett, Roger W. Information Operations, Deterrence, and the Use of Force. Spring 1998:7–19
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
Betts, Richard K. Power, Prospects, and Priorities: Choices for Strategic Change. Winter 1997:9–22
Boyer, Alan Lee. U.S. Foreign Policy in Central Asia: Risks, Ends, and Means. Winter 2006:91–117
Brement, Marshall. Civilian-Military Relations in the Context of National Security Policymaking. Winter 1988:27–32
Brodie, Bernard. Strategy as an Art and a Science. February 1959:1–20; repr. Winter 1998:26–38
Claude, Inis L., Jr. The United States and Changing Approaches to National Security and World Order. Summer 1995:46–61
Cox, William J. The Gulf of Mexico: A Forgotten Frontier in the 1980s. Summer 1987:66–76
Critchlow, Robert D. Whom the Gods Would Destroy: An Information Warfare Alternative for Deterrence and Compellence. Summer 2000:21–38
Dawson, Raymond H. Political Pressures and American National Strategy. April 1963:1–18
Dickson, Thomas J. Containment, Strategic Value, World Image: Differing Views of National Security. Fall 1978:72–75
Eberstadt, Ferdinand. The Historical Evolution of Our National Security Organization. January 1954:1–17
Gompert, David C. The Information Revolution and U.S. National Security. Autumn 1998:22–41
Gouré, Daniel. The Tyranny of Forward Presence. Summer 2001:11–24
Henry, Ryan. Transforming the U.S. Global Defense Posture. Spring 2006:13–28
Herzfeld, Charles M. The Challenges of Implementation of National Security Policy. Summer 1975:9–18
Ignatieff, Michael. The Challenges of American Imperial Power. Spring 2003:53–63
Jervis, Robert. U.S. Grand Strategy: Mission Impossible. Summer 1998:22–36
Kagan, Donald. The End of Wars as the Basis for a Lasting Peace: A Look at the Great Wars of the Twentieth Century. Autumn 2000:11–24
Kinnard, Douglas. The Public and National Security Policy. Autumn 1989:66–82
Kissinger, Henry A. The Admiral Raymond A. Spruance Lecture. Summer 1978:4–10; repr. Winter 1998:115–22
Korb, Lawrence J. Are U.S. Forces Unprepared and Underfunded? Fact and Fiction. Spring 2002:29–42
Kosnik, Mark E. The Military Response to Terrorism. Spring 2000:13–39
Kurth, James. American Strategy in the Global Era. Winter 2000:7–24
Lacquement, Richard A., Jr. The Casualty-Aversion Myth. Winter 2004:39–57
Larrinaga, Federico Luis. Argentina, a New U.S. Non-Nato Ally: Significance and Expectations. Spring 2000:125–57
Larson, Charles R. National Interests and Naval Forces in the 1990s. Winter 1990:9–18
Lemnitzer, Lyman L. The Joint Chiefs of Staff and National Security. March 1962:1–14
Likins, Rose M. Building Capacity through Cooperation. Winter 2006:3–9
Liotta, P. H., and James F. Miskel. Still Worth Fighting Over? A Joint Response. Winter 2004:102–108
Lugar, Dick. Preparing to Prevent Crises. Summer 2006:7–14
Mangrum, Richard C. Organization for National Security. October 1949:13–34
Martin, Laurence. National Security in an Insecure Age. September–October 1982:4–11
Miskel, James F. “Being There” Matters—But Where? Summer 2001:25–39
Nitze, Paul H. An Address. September 1964:1–9; repr. Winter 1998:39–45
Norton, Richard J. Feral Cities. Autumn 2003:97–106
Rhodes, Edward. “. . . From the Sea” and Back Again: Naval Power in the Second American Century. Spring 1999:13–54
Olsen, Edward A. Security in Northeast Asia: A Trilateral Alternative. January–February 1985:15–24
O’Neill, Bard E., and Paul R. Viotti. Iran and American Security Policy in the Middle East. January–February 1975:54–65
Pastore, John O. Remarks of U.S. Senator John O. Pastore at the Graduation Exercises of the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, Wednesday, 25 June 1969. September 1969:46–49
Patterson, Gardner. U.S. Foreign Economic Policy and Our National Security. June 1955:1–22
Postbrief, Sam. Departure from Incrementalism in U.S. Strategic Planning: The Origins of NSC-68. March–April 1980:34–57
Rhodes, Edward, et al. Forward Presence and Engagement: Historical Insights into the Problem of “Shaping.” Winter 2000:25–61
Ring, Morton L. The Munitions Board and National Strategy. June 1950:17–40
Seal, Thomas E. Continuity and Change in U.S. Security Strategy. Spring 1994:30–40
Shelton, Huntly E. National Security Models and Vietnam. Spring 1977:79–84
Silverstein, Harvey B. Energy Security and the Hydrogen Economy. September–October 1980:48–67
Siracusa, Joseph M. NSC 68: A Reappraisal. November–December 1980:4–14
Solomon, Richard H. The Pacific Basin: Dilemmas and Choices for American Security. Winter 1987:36–43
Sorensen, Finn. Greenland and Its Relevance to North American Security. November–December 1979:88–102
Stockdale, James B. The Debate Concerning Our National Defense Policy: Toward Honor or Efficiency. May–June 1981:83–88
Tangredi, Sam J. Pacific Garrison or Contingency Force? Implications of the New National Security Strategy for the Marine Corps. Summer 1992:13–20
Tomes, Robert R. Boon or Threat? The Information Revolution and U.S. National Security. Summer 2000:39–59
Trost, C. A. H. American Security Interests and the U.S. Navy. Spring 1989:7–16
Walt, Stephen M. American Primacy: Its Prospects and Pitfalls. Spring 2002:9–28
Weidenfeld, Werner. A New Order, New Powers. Autumn 2003:153–56
Weinstein, John M. Nonmilitary Threats to Soviet National Security. July–August 1985:28–40
Wolfers, Arnold O. Alliances as a Means of Defense. April 1955:1–22
Wood, Chester C. The Military Aspects of the National Estimate. April 1962:1–19
 
United States—Society
Adams, John W. The Influences Affecting Naval Shipbuilding Legislation, 1910–1916. December 1969:41–70
Averyt, William F. The Philosophy of the Counterculture. March 1971:17–25
Brennan, Robert V. SDS Tactics as an Indicator of Aims Designed to Influence U.S. Foreign Policy. September 1970:65–78
Clotfelter, James. Vacillation and Stability in American Public Opinion toward Military and Foreign Policy. February 1971:55–61
Dawson, Raymond H. Political Pressures and American National Strategy. April 1963:1–18
Delaney, Robert F. Popular Pressures on Government. June 1970:20–28
Gaudiani, Claire L. The Changing Status of American Society and a View to the Future. Spring 1996:50–58
Jackson, George L. Constraints of the Negro Civil Rights Movement on American Military Effectiveness: A Survey. January 1970:100–107
Jellison, Charles A. The Role and Influence of Interest Groups in U.S. Foreign Policy. December 1961:17–33
Ranney, J. Austin. Popular Pressures on Government. December 1969:10–16
Robinson, Howard T. Are Our Institutions Flexible Enough? May 1969:62–67
 
United States—Strategy
Austin, Bernard L. Military Considerations in Grand Strategy. December 1962:1–16
Bader, William B. Congress and National Strategy. February 1970:9–18
Baldwin, Hanson W. Current U.S. Military Strategy. April 1960:1–21
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
Baruch, Bernard M. Present and Future National Objectives. May 1950:1–11
Baxter, James P. Political Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. September 1953:43–61
Betts, Richard K. Power, Prospects, and Priorities: Choices for Strategic Change. Winter 1997:9–22
Blair, Dennis. The Strategic Significance of Maritime Theaters. Summer 1988:29–40
Burke, Arleigh A. National Strategy. October 1965:21–40
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
Dorsey, Laurens. A Concept of National Strategy. September 1959:35–83
Eliot, George F. Sea Power and Current U.S. Military Strategy. April 1961:1–14
Hanson, Douglas J. Strategic Nuclear Planning After START. Summer 1989:78–96
Kennedy, William V. Moving West: The New Theater of Decision. Winter 1989:19–32
Milberg, Warren H. Strategic Balance Considerations: Policy, Doctrine, Force Structure and SALT. July–August 1980:68–74
Nitze, Paul H. United States Global Strategy. September 1965:1–18
Osgood, Robert E. American Grand Strategy: Patterns, Problems and Prescriptions. September–October 1983:5–17
Pace, Frank. American Strategy: Goals and Tactics. December 1962:17–27
Postbrief, Sam. Departure from Incrementalism in U.S. Strategic Planning: The Origins of NSC-68. March–April 1980:34–57
Stahnke, Paul K. The New Left and Its Implications for Strategy in the Seventies. September 1969:20–42
Staudenmaier, W. O. Options for U.S. National Strategy in the 1980s. May–June 1981:3–14
Symonds, Craig L. Lincoln and the Strategy of Union. March–April 1975:63–70
Ward, J. Carlton, Jr. U.S. Science and Technology in National Strategy. April 1964:17–56
Webb, James H., Jr. An Appropriate Use of Force. Winter 1988:20–26
Weisser, Ulrich. The German-American Debate on Security and Strategy. Summer 1987:42–52
 
U.S. Air Force
Barry, John L., and James Blaker. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
Lambeth, Benjamin S. Air Force–Navy Integration in Strike Warfare: A Role Model for Seamless Joint-Service Operations. Winter 2008:27–49
 
U.S. Army
Burns, William F. The Education of “a Modern Major General.” Winter 2004:20–33
 
U.S. Coast Guard
Bouziane, Michèle. The U.S. Coast Guard, National Security, and Fisheries Enforcement. Winter 1997:125–33
Canty, Rachel. The Coast Guard and Environmental Protection: Recent Changes and Potential Impacts. Autumn 1999:77–89
Collins, Thomas H. Change and Continuity: The U.S. Coast Guard Today. Spring 2004:9–26
Gray, Colin S. The Coast Guard and Navy: It’s Time for a “National Fleet.” Summer 2001:112–38
Hill, C. H. What the Coast Guard Needs: Cutters that Count. January–February 1983:41–45
Johnson, Mark H. The Coast Guard Alternative. Winter 2000:141–47
Kiley, Edmund L. The Naval Employment of the Coast Guard 270–Medium Endurance Cutter. July–August 1980:13–22
Ross, William L. Semper Paratus? The Coast Guard Is Not Equipped to Fight. Winter 1990:113–30
Stillman, Patrick M. Small Navies Do Have a Place in Network-Centric Warfare. Winter 2004:95–101
Trainor, John C.
Naval Option for the Caribbean: The US Coast Guard. March–April 1983:31–39
Coping with the Drug Runners at Sea. Summer 1987:77–87
Wiarda, Jonathan S. The U.S. Coast Guard in Vietnam: Achieving Success in a Difficult War. Spring 1998:30–46
 
U.S. European Command
McCarthy, James P. Commanding Joint and Coalition Operations. Winter 1993:9–21
 
U.S. Coast Guard
Crea, Vivien. The U.S. Coast Guard: A Flexible Force for National Security. Winter 2007:15–23
 
U.S. Marine Corps
Fitz–Simons, Daniel W. The Role of the Marine Corps over the Next Decade. Winter 1993:109–12
Fuquea, David C. Bougainville: The Amphibious Assault Enters Maturity. Winter 1997:104–21
Kozloski, Robert P. Marching toward the Sweet Spot: Options for the U.S. Marine Corps in a Time of Austerity. Summer 2013:11–36
Neal, Richard I. Planning for Tomorrow’s Conflicts: A Recipe for Success. Autumn 1997:6–16
Steele, Martin R. Deep Coalitions and Interagency Task Forces. Winter 1999:14–23
Stein, Les. Promotion by Degrees: Myth or Magic in the Marine Corps. Autumn 1988:66–77
Tangredi, Sam J. Pacific Garrison or Contingency Force? Implications of the New National Security Strategy for the Marine Corps. Summer 1992:13–20
 
U.S. Naval Institute
Allin, Lawrence C. The Naval Institute: Mahan and the Naval Profession. Summer 1978:29–48
 
U.S. Navy
Aceves, William J. Diplomacy at Sea: U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the Black Sea. Spring 1993:59–79
Allison, George. The United States Navy and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations. Summer 1993:22–35
Apt, Benjamin L. Mahan’s Forebears: The Debate over Maritime Strategy, 1868–1883. Summer 1997:86–111
Barnett, Roger W.
Naval Power for a New American Century. Winter 2002:43–62
Barnett, Roger W. Strategic Culture and Its Relationship to Naval Strategy. Winter 2007:24–34
Barry, John L., and James Blaker. After the Storm: The Growing Convergence of the Air Force and Navy. Autumn 2001:117–34
Bathurst, Robert B. The Patterns of Naval Analysis. November–December 1974:16–27
Bennett, Frank M. A Matter for Congratulations: A Vignette of the Old Navy. September–October 1984:142–44
Bouchard, Joseph F. Guarding the Cold War Ramparts: The U.S. Navy’s Role in Continental Air Defense. Summer 1999:111–35
Carson, W. G. The Old Destroyerman’s Trivia Quiz. March–April 1982:30–32
Chambers, Alaina M., and Steve A. Yetiv. The Great Green Fleet: The U.S. Navy and Fossil-Fuel Alternatives. Summer 2011:61–77
Dalton, Jane G. Future Navies—Present Issues. Winter 2006:17–39
Dombrowski, Peter J., and Andrew L. Ross. Transforming the Navy: Punching a Feather Bed? Summer 2003:107–31
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
Fitch, Morgan L., Jr. The U.S. Navy and the Public. September 1969:14–19
Galdorisi, George V., and Scott C. Truver. The Zumwalt-Class Destroyer: A Technology “Bridge” Shaping the Navy after Next. Summer 2010:63–72
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr., and Lori Tanner. Naval Force in the New Century. Winter 2001:129–38
Gray, Colin S. The Coast Guard and Navy: It’s Time for a “National Fleet.” Summer 2001:112–38
Herrington, Arthur C. U.S. Naval Policy. September 1969:4–13
Kennedy, Greg C. The Canadian-American Alliance, 1955–1988: Some Maritime Considerations. Autumn 1993:75–95
Lambeth, Benjamin S. Air Force–Navy Integration in Strike Warfare: A Role Model for Seamless Joint-Service Operations. Winter 2008:27–49
McGruther, Kenneth R. A Rational Approach to Restructuring the Office of the CNO. July–August 1974:25–38
O’Rourke, Ronald.
Transformation and the Navy’s Tough Choices Ahead: What Are the Options for Policy Makers? Winter 2001:90–106
Programs vs. Resources: Some Options for the Navy. Autumn 2010:25–37
Patton, James H., Jr. The Submarine as a Case Study in Transformation: Implications for Future Investment. Summer 2005:132–39
Rohr, John A. Constitutional Foundations of the United States Navy: Text and Context. Winter 1992:68–84
Rubel, Robert C. The Navy’s Changing Force Paradigm. Spring 2009:13–24
Scoggins, Marvin C. College of Naval Warfare Report. A Response to Z-Gram 62. September 1971:78–88
Schmidt, Stephen D. A Call for an Official Naval Doctrine. Winter 1993:45–58
Somes, Timothy E. The Influence of Hyman Rickover on a Navy. Summer 1991:84–89
Stavridis, James, and Mark Hagerott. The Heart of an Officer: Joint, Interagency, and International Operations and Navy Career Development. Spring 2009:27–41
Struble, Dan. Infrastructure, Installations, and the Future of the Navy. Summer 1996:109–24
Thiesen, William H. Professionalization and American Naval Modernization in the 1880s. Spring 1996:33–49
Turner, Stansfield
Missions of the U.S. Navy [repr. from March 1974]. Winter 1998:87–103
Is the U.S. Navy Being Marginalized? Summer 2003:97–104
Uhlig, Frank, Jr.
Some Speculations on the Navy at the End of the 1970’s. May 1972:9–15
How Navies Fight, and Why. Winter 1995:34–49
The Constants of Naval Warfare. Spring 1997:92–105
Fighting at and from the Sea: A Second Opinion. Spring 2003:39–52
Wilkie, Robert. Navy 2001: Back to the Future. Spring 2000:196–207
 
U.S. Navy—Budget
Cooper, Parker C. The U.S. Navy Planning and Budget Process. December 1965:59–69
Fowler, George O., Jr. Resource Management and Its Implications for Forces Afloat. October 1968:19–36
O’Rourke, Ronald. Programs vs. Resources: Some Options for the Navy. Autumn 2010:25–37
 
U.S. Navy—Officers
Andrilla, Joseph J. A Computer Assisted Officer Assignment System. July–August 1973:71–78
Barber, James A., Jr. Is There a Generation Gap in the Naval Officer Corps? May 1970:24–40
Brooks, Linton F. An Examination of Professional Concerns of Naval Officers as Reflected in Their
Professional Journal. January–February 1980:46–56
Clagett, L. K. Admiral H. Kent Hewitt, U.S. Navy: Part I, Preparing for High Command. Summer 1975:72–86; Part II, High Command. Fall 1975:60–86
Cope, E. I. Tarnished Brass. January–February 1982:28–31
Coye, Beth F. The Restricted Unrestricted Line Officer: The Status of the Navy’s Woman Line Officer. March 1972:53–64
Coye, Beth F., Sara P. Denby, C. Cort Hooper, and Kathleen A. Mullen. Is There Room for
Women in Navy Management? An Attitudinal Survey. January–February 1973:69–87
Emery, Thomas R. M. Trends in Flag Selection Criteria and Their Effect on Career Management. January 1969:78–95
Lewis, G. H. Automating the Naval Officer Selection and Promotion System. September–October 1972:37–53
Mikitarian, Samson, Lennart R. Sale, James E. Leonard, and Thomas J. Turpin, Jr. The Responsibility of Naval Line Officers in Determining Weapon Systems/Platforms. December 1970:11–21
Petrie, John N. Pirates and Naval Officers. May–June 1982:15–24
Purtell, Joseph M. Effect of the Development of Naval Officer Executives upon Senior Officer Retention. June 1968:45–70
Scoggins, Marvin C. College of Naval Warfare Report. A Response to Z-Gram 62. September 1971:83–88
Stavridis, James, and Mark Hagerott. The Heart of an Officer: Joint, Interagency, and International Operations and Navy Career Development. Spring 2009:27–41
Stockwell, Richard E. About Officers, USN. November–December 1982:52–53
Swartz, Theodore R., ed. College of Naval Command and Staff Report. A Response to Z-Gram 62. September 1971:78–82
Symonds, Craig L. William Veazie Pratt CNO: 17 September 1930–30 June 1933. March–April 1980:48–62
Wouk, Herman. The Naval Officer in an Age of Revolution. March–April 1973:4–12
 
U.S. Navy—Personnel
Podell, Lawrence. Understanding Race Relations as an Aspect of the Management of Military Personnel. May–June 1974:67–73
Scoggins, Marvin C. College of Naval Warfare Report. Response to Z-Gram 62. September 1971:83–88
Sutherland, Terence B. Applications of Recent Sociological Surveys to Personnel Management aboard Ship. April 1967:8–50
Tappan, J. R. Here’s to Grog. May–June 1974:87–94
 
USSR. See Soviet Union
 
Venezuela
Morgiewicz, Daniel J. Venezuela and Her Democratic Revolution. June 1967:1–18
Morris, Edmund. “A Matter of Extreme Urgency”: Theodore Roosevelt, Wilhelm II, and the Venezuela Crisis of 1902. Spring 2002:73–86
 
Vessel Traffic Services
Sluiman, F. J., and Ph. H. de Koning. Naval Vessel Traffic Services: Enhancing the Safety of Merchant Shipping in Maritime Security Operations. Summer 2010:123–37
 
Vietnam
Buehl, Louis H. Marxist Nation Building in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. February 1970:85–101
Fall, Bernard B. The History and Culture of Vietnam. February 1971:48–54
Hung, Dinh M. Vietnam and Southeast Asia. May 1966:28–33
Lucius, Robert E. Pacific Partnership Visits Vietnam: Setting the Standard for Sea-Based Humanitarian Cooperation. Autumn 2007:125–33
Naughton, Robert J. Motivational Factors of American Prisoners of War Held by the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. January–February 1975:2–14
Shelton, Huntly E. National Security Models and Vietnam. Spring 1977:79–84
 
Vietnam War
Blanchard, Ralph W. The Newsman in Vietnam: Responsible or Irresponsible? June 1968:14–42
Brower, Charles F. IV. Strategic Reassessment in Vietnam: The Westmoreland “Alternate Strategy” of 1967–1968. Spring 1991:20–51
Fall, Bernard B. The Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency. April 1965:21–38; repr. Winter 1998:46–57
Garofano, John. Deciding on Military Intervention: What Is the Role of Senior Military Leaders? Spring 2000:40–64
Hopkins, Waring C. An Historical Analogy: A Monograph. September 1968:88–91
Kirkpatrick, Lyman B., Jr. Cold War Operations: The Politics of Communist Confrontation: Part VI, Vietnam. April 1968:40–47
Long, William F., Jr. Counterinsurgency Revisited. November 1968:4–10
Luckow, Ulrik. Victory over Ignorance and Fear: The U.S. Minelaying Attack on North Vietnam. January–February 1982:17–27
Megargee, Richard. Misunderstanding Vietnam. Summer 2000:187–94
Mitchell, Michael C. Television and the Vietnam War. May–June 1984:42–52
Pappas, Nicholas J. The Academic Strategists and the Vietnam War. July–August 1983:32–37
Sauvageot, Jean. A Peace Denied: The United States, Vietnam and the Paris Agreements. Winter 1977:30–40
Sheehan, Neil. The Role of the Press. February 1971:4–7; repr. Winter 1998:67–71
Sorley, Lewis. Just and Unjust Wars: Moral Responsibility and Conflict: A Post-Vietnam Perspective. Winter 1979:88–94
Stockdale, James B. Experiences as a PO W in Vietnam. January–February 1974:2–6; repr. Winter 1998:81–86
Stoessinger, John G. Power and Elements of National Power. March 1968:11–27
Thompson, W. Scott. Lessons from the French in Vietnam. March–April 1975:43–52
Trainor, Bernard. Southeast Asia Ten Years after the Fall of Saigon. Autumn 1986:39–50
Wiarda, Jonathan S. The U.S. Coast Guard in Vietnam: Achieving Success in a Difficult War. Spring 1998:30–46
Wilkerson, Lawrence B. The Military in the Post-Vietnam Era: A Search for Relevance. May–June 1983:72–85
 
Voice of America
Kohler, Foy D. Voice of America. May 1951:1–20
 
War Crimes
Green, Leslie C. War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity, and Command Responsibility. Spring 1997:26–68
 
Warfare
Delamer, Guillermo R. The Strategic Keyboard: A Model to Relate the Principles of War. Autumn 1991:96–107
Emerson, David F. The Principles of War. March 1964:1–22
Emerson, William R. American Concepts of Peace and War. May 1958:1–28
Nitze, Paul H. An Address. September 1964:1–9; repr. Winter 1998:39–45
Turner, Gordon B. The Nature of War. March 1956:25–44
Wouk, Herman. Sadness and Hope: Some Thoughts on Modern Warfare. September–October 1980:4–12; repr. Winter 1998:123–32
 
Warfare—Air
Brown, Grover C. Concepts and Nature of Air Warfare. November 1953:25–45
DeSaussure, Hamilton. The Laws of Air Warfare: Are There Any? February 1971:35–47
Dowding, Sir Hugh. Employment of the Fighter Command in Home Defence. Introduction and annotations by John Monsarrat and Robert S. Staley II. Spring 1992:35–50
Grissom, Mark P. Stealth in Naval Aviation: A Hard Look. Summer 1991:8–17
Hiller, J. R., and E. T. Timperlake. Exploratory Models of Pilot Performance in Air-to-Air Combat. January–February 1981:82–92
James, Carolyn C. The Politics of Extravagance: The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project. Spring 2000:158–90
Jones, John F., Jr. Guilio Douhet Vindicated: Desert Storm 1991. Autumn 1992:97–101
Kennedy, Kevin J. Stealth: A Revolutionary Change in Air Warfare. Spring 1993:118–36
Lambeth, Benjamin S. Air Force–Navy Integration in Strike Warfare: A Role Model for Seamless Joint-Service Operations. Winter 2008:27–49
Trotter, Thomas William. The Future of Carrier Aviation. Winter 1993:22–44
Rubel. Robert C. The U.S. Navy’s Transition to Jets. Spring 2010:49–59
Wolfinbarger, W. R. Tactical Air Operations. February 1951:1–23
 
Warfare—Amphibious
Brosnan, John F., Jr. An Amphibious Landing? With Civilian Ships? March–April 1986:35–42
Caldwell, Robert C. The Role of the Tracked Amphibian in Modern Amphibious Warfare. January 1970:68–99
Chisholm, Donald. Negotiated Command Relationships: Korean War Amphibious Operations, 1950. Spring 2000:65–124
Heinl, Robert D. The Inchon Landing: A Case Study in Amphibious Planning. May 1967:51–72; repr. Spring 1998:117–34
Mackesy, Piers. Problems of an Amphibious Power: Britain against France, 1793–1815. Spring 1978:16–25
Moore, Richard S. Blitzkrieg for the Sea: Maneuver Warfare and Amphibious Operations. November–December 1983:37–47
Schreiner, Charles W., Jr. The Dieppe Raid: Its Origins, Aims, and Results. May–June 1973:83–97
Simmons, Edwin H. Amphibious Operations. March–April 1985:98–105
 
Warfare—Antisubmarine
Benedict, John R. The Unraveling and Revitalization of U.S. Navy Antisubmarine Warfare. Spring 2005:93–120
Koda, Yoji. A New Carrier Race? Strategy, Force Planning, and JS Hyuga. Summer 2011:31–60
McLean, Douglas M. Confronting Technological and Tactical Change: Allied Antisubmarine Warfare in the Last Year of the Battle of the Atlantic. Winter 1994:87–104
 
Warfare—Attrition
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr. Warfare Theory. Autumn 1996:112–23
 
Warfare—Cyber
Dombrowski, Peter, and Chris C. Demchak. Cyber War, Cybered Conflict, and the Maritime Domain. Spring 2014:71–96
 
Warfare—Economic
Abbott, Charles C.
Economic Warfare: The Attack. February 1949:5–19
Economic Warfare: The Defense. March 1949:27–41
Kapstein, Ethan B. Economics and Military Power. Summer 1989:97–111
Mason, Edward S. The Influence of Economic Considerations in the Formulation of National Strategy. May 1954:1–24
Miller, Donald R. Information Cost Awareness. January–February 1975:66–74
Reuther, Victor G. The Role of Labor in War. December 1955:1–19
Roos, Charles F. Economic Factors in the Formulation of National Strategy. September 1953:17–30
 
Warfare—Electronic
Aller, James C. Electronic Warfare Concept. May 1970:75–79
Angevine, Robert G. Hiding in Plain Sight: The U.S. Navy and Dispersed Operations under EMCON, 1956–1972. Spring 2011:79–95
Thomas, Guy. Soviet Radio Electronic Combat and the U.S. Navy. July–August 1982:16–24
 
Warfare—Future
Barnett, Roger W. Information Operations, Deterrence, and the Use of Force. Spring 1998:7–19
Betts, Richard K. Power, Prospects, and Priorities: Choices for Strategic Change. Winter 1997:9–22
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
Coppernoll, Margaret-Anne. The Nonlethal Weapons Debate. Spring 1999:112–31
Culora, Thomas J. The Strategic Implications of Obscurants: History and the Future. Summer 2010:73–84
Daniel, Donald C. F. The Evolution of Naval Power to 2010. Summer 1995:62–72
Doswald-Beck, Louise. Implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Future Wars. Winter 1999:24–52
FitzGerald, Mary C. Russia’s New Military Doctrine. Spring 1993:24–44
Fitz–Simons, Daniel W. The Role of the Marine Corps over the Next Decade. Winter 1993:109–12
FitzSimonds, James R. The Cultural Challenge of Information Technology. Summer 1998:9–21
Galdorisi, George V., and Scott C. Truver. The Zumwalt-Class Destroyer: A Technology “Bridge” Shaping the Navy after Next. Summer 2010:63–72
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr., and Lori Tanner. Naval Force in the New Century. Winter 2001:129–38
Gray, Colin S. The Changing Nature of Warfare? Spring 1996:7–22
Joergensen, Tim Sloth. U.S. Navy Operations in Littoral Waters: 2000 and Beyond. Spring 1998:20–29
Lund, Paul W. Medical Support for Future Combat: No More Vietnams. Spring 1992:80–92
Mackay, Leo S., Jr. Naval Aviation, Information, and the Future. Spring 1992:7–19
Neal, Richard I. Planning for Tomorrow’s Conflicts: A Recipe for Success. Autumn 1997:6–16
Norton, Richard J. Through a Mirror Darkly: The Face of Future War, 1871–2005. Winter 2009:121–38
Owens, Mackubin Thomas. Reflections on Future War. Summer 2008:61–76
Patton, James H., Jr. The New “RMA”: It’s Only Just Begun. Spring 1996:23–32
Pell, Claiborne. America’s Future Undersea Power. October 1968:47–52
Renner, Michael. Alternative Futures in War and Conflict. Autumn 2000:25–56
Seigel, Thomas G. The Application of Space to Military and Naval Operations. Winter 1994:117–20
Shutler, Philip G. Future Shield/Future Storm. Winter 1992:100–103
Smith, Edward A., Jr. What “. . . From the Sea” Didn’t Say. Winter 1995:9–33
Soofer, Robert M. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea. Spring 1994:60–71
Steele, Martin R. Deep Coalitions and Interagency Task Forces. Winter 1999:14–23
Szafranski, Richard. Peer Competitors, the RMA, and New Concepts: Some Questions. Spring 1996:113–19
Thomas, G. Guy. Warfare in the Fourth Dimension: Is the Navy Ready for It? How Can the Navy Prepare for It? January–February 1983:16–23
Tornberg, Claes E. Swedish Future Surface Ships and Submarines. Winter 1992:54–60
Trotter, Thomas William. The Future of Carrier Aviation. Winter 1993:22–44
van Creveld, Martin. Through a Glass, Darkly: Some Reflections on the Future of War. Autumn 2000:25–44
Ya’ari, Yedidia “Didi.” The Littoral Arena: A Word of Caution. Winter 1995:7–21
 
Warfare—Guerrilla
Fall, Bernard B. The Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency. April 1965:21–38; repr. Winter 1998:46–57
Hagan, Robert D. Che Guevara: An Epilog. December 1969:71–98
Jackson, Arthur D. General Vo Nguyen-Giap: Insurgent Theorist or Leader of a People? November 1967:62–83
Johnston, Howard J. The Tribal Soldier: A Study of the Manipulation of Ethnic Minorities. January 1967:98–143
Long, William F., Jr.
Counterinsurgency Revisited. November 1968:4–10
A Perspective of Counterinsurgency in Three Dimensions: Tradition, Legitimacy, Visibility. February 1970:19–25
Rankin, Karl L. Communist Insurgency in Greece. September 1962:1–22
Simpson, Howard R.
The Guerrilla and His World: Psychological Aspects of Guerrilla Warfare. November 1968:11–40
Offshore Guerrilla War. October 1969:17–20
Ward, Compton E. Subversive Insurgency: An Analytical Model. September 1967:3–25
 
Warfare—Information
Critchlow, Robert D. Whom the Gods Would Destroy: An Information Warfare Alternative for Deterrence and Compellence. Summer 2000:21–38
Tomes, Robert R. Boon or Threat? The Information Revolution and U.S. National Security. Summer 2000:39–59
 
Warfare—Irregular
Armstrong, Benjamin. The Most Daring Act of the Age: Principles for Naval Irregular Warfare. Autumn 2010:106–18
 
Warfare—Land
Kirin, Stephen J. Synchronization. Autumn 1996:7–22
Sibley, Alden K. The Impact of Terrain on Strategy. May 1962:19–55
 
Warfare—Littoral
Beddoes, Mark W. Logistical Implications of Operational Maneuver from the Sea. Autumn 1997:32–48
Chisholm, Donald. Negotiated Command Relationships: Korean War Amphibious Operations, 1950. Spring 2000:65–124
Galdorisi, George V., and Scott C. Truver. The Zumwalt-Class Destroyer: A Technology “Bridge” Shaping the Navy after Next. Summer 2010:63–72
Golda, E. Michael. The Dardanelles Campaign: A Historical Analogy for Littoral Mine Warfare. Summer 1998:82–96
Joergensen, Tim Sloth. U.S. Navy Operations in Littoral Waters: 2000 and Beyond. Spring 1998:20–29
McGillvray, John W., Jr. Stealth Technology in Surface Ships. Winter 1994:28–39
Schneller, Robert J., Jr. A Littoral Frustration: The Union Navy and the Siege of Charleston, 1863–1865. Winter 1996:38–60
Smith, Arthur M. Care Delayed Is Care Denied! Casualty Handling in Littoral Operations. Autumn 1999:109–21
Soofer, Robert M. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea. Spring 1994:60–71
Stocker, Jeremy. Nonintervention: Limited Operations in the Littoral Environment. Autumn 1998:42–62
Ya’ari, Yedidia “Didi.”
The Littoral Arena: A Word of Caution. Winter 1995:7–21
A Case for Maneuverability. Autumn 1997:125–32
 
Warfare—Maneuver
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr. Warfare Theory. Autumn 1996:112–23
Hughes, Wayne P., Jr. Naval Maneuver Warfare. Summer 1997:25–49
Moore, Richard S. Blitzkrieg from the Sea: Maneuver Warfare and Amphibious Operations. November–December 1983:37–47
Somes, Timothy E. Musing on Naval Maneuver Warfare. Summer 1998:122–28
 
Warfare—Mine
Golda, E. Michael. The Dardanelles Campaign: A Historical Analogy for Littoral Mine Warfare. Summer 1998:82–96
Layton, James P., II. Soviet Mine Barrier Warfare Capabilities in a Central Nuclear War. July–August 1980:42–52
Levie, Howard S. Mine Warfare and International Law. April 1972:27–35
Luckow, Ulrik. Victory over Ignorance and Fear: The U.S. Minelaying Attack on North Vietnam. January–February 1982:17–27
Meacham, James A. Four Mining Campaigns: An Historical Analysis of the Decisions of the
Commanders. June 1967:75–129
Patterson, Andrew, Jr. Mining: A Naval Strategy. May 1971:52–66
Resing, David C. Mine Countermeasures in Coastal Harbors: A Force Planner’s Dilemma. Spring 1987:53–62
Truver, Scott C.
Mines and Underwater IEDs in U.S. Ports and Waterways: Context, Threats, Challenges, and Solutions. Winter 2008:106–27
Taking Mines Seriously: Mine Warfare in China’s Near Seas. Spring 2012:30–66
 
Warfare—Naval
Barber, James A., Jr. The Uses of Naval Force. Summer 1977:73–82
Bredestage, Joseph J. Limited Nuclear War at Sea. February 1967:4–32
Brown, Charles R. The Role of the Navy in Future Warfare. April 1949:1–16
Cracknell, William H., Jr. The Role of the U.S. Navy in Inshore Waters. November 1968:65–91
Craig, Christopher. Fighting by the Rules. May–June 1984:23–27
English, J. A. The Trafalgar Syndrome: Jutland and the Indecisiveness of Modern Naval Warfare. May–June 1979:60–77
Hall, Mary T. False Colors and Dummy Ships: The Use of Ruse in Naval Warfare. Summer 1989:52–62
Hodgden, Louise. Satellites at Sea: Space and Naval Warfare. July–August 1984:31–45
Hughes, Wayne P., Jr. Naval Operations: A Close Look at the Operational Level of War at Sea. Summer 2012:23–46
James, Harry R. An Analysis of Limited Maritime War. February 1967:33–75
Jampoler, Andrew. A Central Role for Naval Forces? . . . To Support the Land Battle. November–December 1984:4–12
Miller, William O. Law of Naval Warfare. February 1972:35–42
Montenegro, Guillermo J. Alternative Naval Strategies. Spring 1992:51–68
Noble, Albert G. New Ordnance Developments and Their Influence on Naval Operations. January 1949:17–20
Norton, Douglas M. The Open Secret: The U.S. Navy in the Battle of the Atlantic, April–December 1941. January–February 1974:63–83
O’Keefe, James G., and David L. Hallenbeck. Protecting the Carrier against Torpedo Attack. January–February 1982:50–53
Philbin, Tobias R., III. Reflections on the Strategy of a Continental Commander: Admiral Franz
Hipper on Naval Warfare. Fall 1977:76–87
Seigel, Thomas G. The Application of Space to Military and Naval Operations. Winter 1994:117–20
Smith, Arthur M. Can We Effectively Control Human Costs during War at Sea? Winter 1992:9–24
Speer, James W. The Knox (FF-1052)-Class Frigate in an Independent Surface Action Group Role: FF-1052 Wolfpack. July–August 1981:22–29
Stephan, Edward C. Oceanography and Naval Warfare. April 1962:20–40
Tashjean, John E. Clausewitz: Naval and Other Considerations. May–June 1986:51–58
Williams, E. Cameron. The Four “Iron Laws” of Naval Protection of Merchant Shipping. May–June 1986:35–42
 
Warfare—Nuclear
Barnett, Roger W. What Deters? Strength, Not Weakness. Spring 2001:24–35
Bredestage, Joseph J. Limited Nuclear War at Sea. February 1967:4–32
Layton, James P., II. Soviet Mine Barrier Warfare Capabilities in a Central Nuclear War. July–August 1980:42–52
O’Donnell, Brendan J. No First Use. Winter 1992:45–53
Parker, T. Wood. Theater Nuclear Warfare and the U.S. Navy. January–February 1982:3–16
Quester, George H. If the Nuclear Taboo Gets Broken. Spring 2005:71–91
Raymond, Jack. The Influence of Nuclear Weapons on National Strategy and Policy. April 1967:55–74
Ross, Andrew L. Thinking about the Unthinkable: Unreasonable Exuberance? Spring 2001:36–46
Schmitt, Michael N. The International Court of Justice and the Use of Nuclear Weapons. Spring 1998:91–116
Snow, Donald M. Realistic Self-Deterrence: An Alternative View of Nuclear Dynamics. March–April 1986:60–73
Taylor, Paul D. India and Pakistan: Thinking about the Unthinkable. Summer 2001:40–51
Thomas, G. Guy. Warfare in the Fourth Dimension: Is the Navy Ready for It? How Can the Navy Prepare for It? January–February 1983:16–23
Tritten, James John. The Trident System: Submarines, Missiles and Strategic Doctrine. January–February 1983:61–76
Turner, Stansfield. The Dilemma of Nuclear Weapons in the Twenty-first Century. Spring 2001:13–23
van Creveld, Martin. Through a Glass, Darkly: Some Reflections on the Future of War. Autumn 2000:25–44
Westwood, James T. Future Intercontinental and Theater Missile Systems. January–February 1984:83–92
Yoshihara, Toshi, and James R. Holmes. Thinking about the Unthinkable: Tokyo’s Nuclear Option. Summer 2009:59–78
 
Warfare—Psychological
Delaney, Robert F. The Psychological Dimension in National Security Planning. January–February 1973:53–59
Hook, Sidney. Ideological Factors in the Formulation of Strategy. June 1951:1–23
Linebarger, Paul M. A.
Psychological Warfare. March 1951:19–47
Psychological Factors in the Present Power Struggle. October 1958:25–51
 
Warfare—Riverine
Cracknell, William H., Jr. The Role of the U.S. Navy in Inshore Waters. November 1968:65–91
Dillon, John F. The Role of Riverine Warfare in the Civil War. March–April 1973:58–78
 
Warfare—Submarine
Arends, Stephen R. Management of the ASW System: A Look at Rotary Wing AS W. March–April 1979:68–76
Atkins, R. W. ASW: Where Is the Inner Screen? January–February 1982:48–49
Brooks, Linton F. Pricing Ourselves Out of the Market: The Attack Submarine Program. September–October 1979:2–17
Caldwell, Hamlin. The Empty Silo: Strategic AS W. September–October 1981:4–14
Collins, Gabriel, Andrew Erickson, Lyle Goldstein, and William Murray. Chinese Evaluations of the U.S. Navy Submarine Force. Winter 2008:68–86
Douglas, Lawrence H. The Submarine and the Washington Conference of 1921. March–April 1974:86–100
Erickson, Andrew S., and Lyle J. Goldstein. China’s Future Nuclear Submarine Force: Insights from Chinese Writings. Winter 2007:55–79
Hanley, John T. Implications of the Changing Nature of Conflict for the Submarine Force. Autumn 1993:9–28
Holland, W. J., Jr. SSN: The Queen of the Seas; Rhys-Jones, Graham. I. SSN: Queen of the Seas?
Somes, Timothy E. II. SSN: Queen of the Seas? Spring 1991:113–24
Howe, John A. Wolfpack: Measure and Counter. April 1971:61–65
Le Marchand, T. M. Under Ice Operations. May–June 1985:19–27
McConnell, James M. New Soviet Methods for Antisubmarine Warfare? July–August 1985:16–27
Patton, James H., Jr. The Submarine as a Case Study in Transformation: Implications for Future Investment. Summer 2005:132–39
Pell, Claiborne. America’s Future Undersea Power. October 1968:47–52
Rhys-Jones, Graham. I. SSN: Queen of the Seas?; Holland, W. J., Jr. SSN: Queen of the Seas;
Somes, Timothy E. II. SSN: Queen of the Seas? Spring 1991:113–24
Schweikart, Larry, and D. Douglas Dalgleish. The Trident Submarine in Bureaucratic Perspective. March–April 1984:100–11
Smith, Robert H. The Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine: An Irresistible Future. March–April 1982:3–9
Somes, Timothy E. II. SSN: Queen of the Seas?; Rhys-Jones, Graham. I. SSN: Queen of the Seas?;
Holland, W. J., Jr. SSN: Queen of the Seas. Spring 1991:113–24
Speer, James W. The Knox (FF-1052)-Class Frigate in an Independent Surface Action Group Role: FF-1052 Wolfpack. July–August 1981:22–29
Sykora, Charles D. SSGN: A Transformation Limited by Legacy Command and Control. Winter 2006:41–62
Talbott, J. E. Weapons Development, War Planning and Policy: The U.S. Navy and the Submarine, 1917–1941. May–June 1984:53–71
Tangredi, Sam J. Anti-Submarine War and “Arms Control”: An Inevitable Collision? Winter 1989:66–85
Tritten, James John. The Trident System: Submarines, Missiles and Strategic Doctrine. January–February 1983:61–76
Uhlig, Frank, Jr.
A Real Revolution in Military Affairs and What It Achieved. Spring 1999:138–42
The Submarine, 1776–1918. Spring 2004:146–58
Vego, Milan N.
Submarines in Soviet ASW Doctrine and Tactics. March–April 1983:2–16
The Role of the Attack Submarines in Soviet Naval Theory. November–December 1983:48–64
A World of Difference: Soviet Antisubmarine Warfare in 1991. Summer 1992:58–77
Weir, Gary E. The Search for an American Submarine Strategy and Design, 1916–1936. Winter 1991:34–48
Westwood, James T. Soviet Reaction to the U.S. Maritime Strategy. Summer 1988:62–68
Wixler, Keith E. Argentina’s Geopolitics and Her Revolutionary Diesel-Electric Submarines. Winter 1989:86–107
Ya’ari, Yedidia “Didi.” The Littoral Arena: A Word of Caution. Winter 1995:7–21
 
Warfare—Surface
Callaway, John. Learning the Hard Way: Force Protection 1983–2000. Winter 2009:105–20
Galdorisi, George V., and Scott C. Truver. The Zumwalt-Class Destroyer: A Technology “Bridge” Shaping the Navy after Next. Summer 2010:63–72
Hone, Trent. U.S. Navy Surface Battle Doctrine and Victory in the Pacific. Winter 2009:65–103
McGillvray, John W., Jr. Stealth Technology in Surface Ships. Winter 1994:28–39
Soofer, Robert M. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea. Spring 1994:60–71
Swicker, Charles C. Ballistic Missile Defense from the Sea: The Commander’s Perspective. Spring 1997:7–25
Winnefeld, James A. Surface Ships Survivability: An Enduring Issue. May–June 1983:4–13
Ya’ari, Yedidia “Didi.” The Littoral Arena: A Word of Caution. Winter 1995:7–21
 
Warfare—Theory
Gattuso, Joseph A., Jr. Warfare Theory. Autumn 1996:112–23
Murray, Williamson. Thucydides: Theorist of War. Autumn 2013:31–46
 
War Gaming
Baumgarten, Erwin. Game Theory. May 1961:16–42
Beebe, Robert P. Military Decision from the Viewpoint of Game Theory. October 1957:27–76
Bracken, Paul, and Martin Shubik. War Gaming in the Information Age: Theory and Purpose. Spring 2001:47–60
Brightman, Hank J., and Melissa K. Dewey. Trends in Modern War Gaming: The Art of Conversation. Winter 2014:17–30
Downes-Martin, Stephen.
Adjudication: The Diabolus in Machina of War Gaming. Summer 2013:67–80
Your Boss, Players, and Sponsor: The Three Witches of War Gaming. Winter 2014:31–40
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Fisher, Robert E. The U.S. Navy’s Search for a Strategy, 1945–1947. Summer 1995:73–86
O’Connor, Raymond G. Current Concepts and Philosophy of Warfare. January 1968:3–15
Perla, Peter P., and ED McGrady. Why Wargaming Works. Summer 2011:111–30
Roberts, John M., Quentin S. Meeker, and James C. Aller. Action Styles and Management Game Performance: An Exploratory Consideration. June 1972:65–81
Rubel, Robert C.
War-Gaming Network-centric Warfare. Spring 2001:61–74
The Epistemology of War Gaming. Spring 2006:108–28
Starr, Stuart H. “Good Games”: Challenges for the War-Gaming Community. Spring 2001:89–97
Vego, Milan. German War Gaming. Autumn 2012:106–47
Watman, Kenneth. Global 2000. Spring 2001:75–88
 
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Doolin, Joel A. The Proliferation Security Initiative: Cornerstone of a New International Norm. Spring 2006:29–57
 
WMD. See Weapons of Mass Destruction
 
World War I
Golda, E. Michael. The Dardanelles Campaign: A Historical Analogy for Littoral Mine Warfare. Summer 1998:82–96
Saxon, Timothy D. Anglo-Japanese Naval Cooperation, 1914–1918. Winter 2000:62–92
Seal, Tom. Roots of Conflict: The First World War and the Political Fragmentation of the Middle East. Spring 1992:69–79
Sumida, Jon Tetsuro. Expectation, Adaptation, and Resignation: British Battle Fleet Tactical Planning, August1914–April 1916. Summer 2007:101–22
Uhlig, Frank, Jr. A Real Revolution in Military Affairs and What It Achieved. Spring 1999:138–42
Snyder, Frank. A Matter of Interpretation. Spring 1998:146–50
 
World War II
Bennett, Martin. Parshall’s “Whoppers” Examined: Fact-Checking the Various Claims and Conclusions of Jonathan Parshall. Winter 2013:110–25
Black, Jeremy. Midway and the Indian Ocean. Autumn 2009:131–40
Bollinger, Marty. Did a Soviet Merchant Ship Encounter the Pearl Harbor Strike Force? Autumn 2007:93–110
Burgess, L. K. Gestapu: Ten Years After. Winter 1976:65–75
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
Carney, Robert B. Logistical Planning for War. October 1948:3–16; repr. Winter 1998:7–15
Corgan, Michael T. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Occupation of Iceland. Autumn 1992:34–54
Dowding, Sir Hugh. Employment of the Fighter Command in Home Defence. Introduction and annotations by John Monsarrat and Robert S. Staley II. Spring 1992:35–50
Doyle, Michael K. The U.S. Navy and War Plan Orange, 1933–1945: Making Necessity a Virtue. May–June 1980:49–63
Eaton, George B. General Walter Krueger and Joint War Planning, 1922–1938. Winter 1995:91–113
Frank, Willard C., Jr. Multinational Naval Cooperation in the Spanish Civil War. Spring 1994:72–101
Fuquea, David C. Bougainville: The Amphibious Assault Enters Maturity. Winter 1997:104–21
Giangreco, Dennis. To Bomb Or Not to Bomb. Spring 1998:140–45
Gray, Colin S. The Book We Have Been Waiting For. Autumn 2000:140–44
Hanyok, Robert J. “Catching the Fox Unaware”: Japanese Radio Denial and Deception and the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Autumn 2008:99–124
Hone, Thomas C.
Naval Reconstitution, Surge, and Mobilization: Once and Future. Summer 1994:67–85
Replacing Battleships with Aircraft Carriers in the Pacific in World War II. Winter 2013:56–76
Hone, Trent. U.S. Navy Surface Battle Doctrine and Victory in the Pacific. Winter 2009:65–103
Isom, Dallas Woodbury. The Battle of Midway: Why the Japanese Lost. Summer 2000:60–100
Jones, Marcus O. Innovation for Its Own Sake: The Type XXI U-boat. Spring 2014:117–30
Koda, Yoji. A Commander’s Dilemma: Admiral Yamamoto and the “Gradual Attrition” Strategy. Autumn 1993:63–74
Levy, James P.
Ready or Not? The Royal Navy’s Home Fleet at the Outset of World War II. Autumn 1999:90–108
Race for the Decisive Weapon: British, American, and Japanese Carrier Fleets, 1942–1943. Winter 2005:137–50
Was There Something Unique to the Japanese That Lost Them the Battle of Midway? Winter 2014:119–24
Mahnken, Thomas G. Asymmetric Warfare at Sea: The Naval Battles off Guadalcanal, 1942–1943. Winter 2011:95–121
McLean, Douglas M. Confronting Technological and Tactical Change: Allied Antisubmarine Warfare in the Last Year of the Battle of the Atlantic. Winter 1994:87–104
Morison, Samuel Eliot. Thoughts on Naval Strategy, World War II. March 1968:3–10; repr. Winter 1998:58–66
O’Hara, Vincent P., and Enrico Cernuschi. The Other Ultra: Signal Intelligence and the Battle to Supply Rommel’s Attack toward Suez. Summer 2013:117–38
Parshall, Jonathan. Reflecting on Fuchida, or “A Tale of Three Whoppers.” Spring 2010:127–38
Patch, John. Fortuitous Endeavor: Intelligence and Deception in Operation TORCH. Autumn 2008:73–97
Rahn, Werner. Japan and Germany, 1941–1943: No Common Objective, No Common Plans, No
Basis of Trust. Summer 1993:47–68
Rhys-Jones, Graham. The Loss of the Bismarck: Who Was to Blame? Winter 1992:25–44
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
Shapiro, Edward S. The Military Options to Hiroshima: A Critical Examination of Alperovitz’ Atomic Diplomacy. Spring 1978:101–13
Tsunoda, Jun, and Kazutomi Uchida. The Pearl Harbor Attack: Admiral Yamamoto’s Fundamental Concept with Reference to Paul S. Dull’s A Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy (1941–1945). Fall 1978:83–88
Vego, Milan.
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The Port Moresby–Solomons Operation (MO) and the Allied Reaction, 27 April–11 May 1942. Winter 2012:93–151
Whitlock, Duane L. The Silent War against the Japanese Navy. Autumn 1995:43–52
Wildenberg, Thomas
Chester Nimitz and the Development of Fueling at Sea. Autumn 1993:52–62
Midway: Sheer Luck or Better Doctrine? Winter 2005:121–35
Williams, Kathleen Broome. Scientists in Uniform: The Harvard Computation Laboratory in World War II. Summer 1999:90–110
 
Yamamoto, Isoroku
Koda, Yoji. A Commander’s Dilemma: Admiral Yamamoto and the “Gradual Attrition” Strategy. Autumn 1993:63–74
Rubel, Robert C. Gettysburg and Midway: Historical Parallels in Operational Command. Winter 1995:96–110
 
Yugoslavia
Adams, John C. Yugoslavia and Albania: A Political and Economic Assessment. April 1963:19–31
Dragnich, Alex N. A Political and Economic Appraisal of Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia. February 1961:1–20
Gyorgy, Andrew. Titoism and the Cold War. October 1959:1–23
Wolfe, Bertram D. Spirit of Titoism. March 1952:105–31
 
USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000)
Galdorisi, George V., and Scott C. Truver. The Zumwalt-Class Destroyer: A Technology “Bridge” Shaping the Navy after Next. Summer 2010:63–72