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In the final analysis, the continuing existence as a prosperous nation hinges on the tacit precondition that the mechanism for socioeconomic orga- nization will continue to function effectively. This issue will feature work that speaks to the future of the field. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in scholarship and teaching, and command of at least three relevant languages. For comprehending a society of diversities provides a fundamental insight into social conflict, violence, and war.

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