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Introduction Neovi M. Karakatsanis and Jonathan Swarts How (Not) to Sell a Military Memoir in Britain L.H.E. Kleinreesink, K. Neil Jenkings and Rachel Woodward Globalization and the National Determinants of Violent and Nonviolent Ethnic Conflict Shiri Noy and Kevin Doran Theories of Citizen Support for Military Expenditure in Comparative Context: A Longitudinal Analysis of Public Opinion in Ontario, Canada, 1999-2003 Christopher A. Simon and Nicholas P. Lovrich Public Opinion and the Military: A Multivariate Exploration of Attitudes in Texas Curt Nichols To What Extent Do Media Promote Democracy in Southern Africa? Pempelani Mufune Higher Education and Political Tolerance: The Difficult Case of Israel Kenneth D. Wald and Danielle Feinstein Professionalization through Assimilation: The Case of United States Warrant Officers Benjamin R. Beede Book Reviews In This Issue
Neovi M. Karakatsanis is professor of political science at Indiana University South Bend, USA. Her work has appeared in Armed Forces and Society, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, and Mediterranean Quarterly. Jonathan Swarts is associate professor of political science at Purdue University North Central, USA. He is the author of Constructing Neoliberalism.