This eighth issue of the Journal discusses problems of geo-strategy, military tactics, and politics from Tudor England through wars of the 20th and 21st centuries. Richard Thornton recounts how Queen Elizabeth I defeated the threat of French attack through Scotland within the first two years of her reign. James Perry reviews recent books covering the European theater in WWII, and the Vietnam war from Hanoi’s perspective. F. Charles Parker analyses the strategic implications of America’s complete withdrawal from Afghanistan. Finally, Thornton adds an overarching political context in an essay examining the American political establishment since the election of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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