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- Herman Franssen President, International Energy Associates
- Ruth Wedgwood professor of international law at Johns Hopkins University and senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
- Phyllis Bennis Institute for Policy Studies and author of "Challenging Empire: How People, Governments, and the UN Defy US Power"
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