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- Martha Olcott senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Maureen Orth special correspondent for "Vanity Fair" Magazine.
- Rand Beers president, National Security Network; former special assistant to the President and senior director for combating terrorism at the National Security Council (2002-03.
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