Naval Strategy and Power in the Mediterranean: Past, Present and Future
John B. Hattendorf
Routledge, Nov 5, 2013 - History - 480 pages
Maritime strategy and naval power in the Mediterranean touches on migration, the environment, technology, economic power, international politics and law, as well as calculations of naval strength and diplomatic manoeuvre. These broad and fundamental themes are explored in this volume.
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