TOC, Journal of Advanced Military Studies, vol. 11 no. 2, Fall 2020

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Journal of Advanced Military Studies, Table of Contents vol. 11 no 2, Fall 2020

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NAVAL INTEGRATION AND THE FUTURE OF NAVAL WARFARE

"The Unity of the Operational Art: Napoleon and Naval Integration." Matthew J. Flynn, PhD, pg. 1

"Same Water, Different Dreams: Salient Lessons of the Sino-Japanese War for Future Naval Warfare." Andrew Rhodes, pg. 35

"Sea Control: Feasible, Acceptable, Suitable, or Simply Imperative." Lieutenant Colonel Michael F. Manning, USMC, pg. 51

"Naval Integration: An Old Approach for a New Era." Colonel Scott Erdelatz (USMC, Ret), Colonel J. D. Canty (USMC, Ret), Colonel Mark Desens (USMC, Ret), and Captain Chris Senenko (USN), pg. 74

"The Joint Force Maritime Component Command and the Marine Corps: Integrate to Win the Black Sea Fight." Major Michael Kohler, USMC, pg. 88

"Carriers and Amphibs: Shibboleths of Sea Power." John T. Kuehn, PhD, pg. 106

"First to Fight: Advanced Force Operations and the Future of the Marine Corps." Major B. A. Friedman, USMCR, pg 119


"The Problems Facing United States Marine Corps Amphibious Assaults." Steven A. Yeadon, pg. 141

"Losing the Initiative in the First Island Chain: How Organizational Inefficiencies Can Yield Mismatched Arsenals." Major Matthew C. Ludlow, USMC, pg. 174

"Marine Corps Force Design 2030 and Implications for Allies and Partners: Case Norway." Lieutenant Colonel Terje Bruøygard and Lieutenant Colonel Jørn Qviller, Norwegian Army, pg. 198

REVIEW ESSAY

"China and Japan: Past and Future." Jared Morgan McKinney, PhD, pg. 211

BOOK REVIEWS

The Russian Understanding of War: Blurring the Lines between War and Peace. By Oscar Jonsson. Reviewed by Richard Hegmann, PhD, pg. 223

Maxwell Taylor’s Cold War: From Berlin to Vietnam. By Ingo Trauschweizer. Reviewed by Moritz Pöllath, PhD, pg. 225

The Arab World and Western Intelligence: Analysing the Middle East, 1956–1981. By Dina Rezk. Reviewed by Philip C. Shackelford, pg 228

The War for Muddy Waters: Pirates, Terrorists, Traffickers and Maritime Insecurity. By Joshua Tallis. Reviewed by Ambjörn L. Adomeit, pg. 230

Chile, the CIA, and the Cold War: A Transatlantic Perspective. By James Lockhart. Reviewed by Brian Jirout, PhD, pg. 233

The Marines, Counterinsurgency, and Strategic Culture: Lessons Learned and Lost in America’s Wars. By Jeannie L. Johnson. Reviewed by James Lockhart, PhD, pg. 235

Russia and Central Asia: Coexistence, Conquest, Convergence. By Shoshana Keller. Reviewed by Victoria Clement, PhD, pg. 239

LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media. By P. W. Singer and Emerson T. Brooking. Reviewed Hannah Ahlblad, pg. 241

Phase Line Attila: The Amphibious Campaign for Cyprus, 1974. By Edward J. Erickson and Mesut Uyar. Reviewed by Yücel Güçlü, pg. 243

Winning Westeros: How Game of Thrones Explains Modern Military Conflict. Edited by Max Brooks, John Amble, ML Cavanaugh, and Jaym Gates. Reviewed by Daniel J. Vigeant, pg. 246

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