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- Lawrence Korb senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, and former Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administration.
- Lt. Col. Ralph Peters U.S. Army, Retired and author of "Beyond Terror: Strategy in a Changing World" (Stackpole Books)
- Rick Barton Rick Barton is a senior adviser in the CSIS International Security Program and codirector of the Post-Conflict Reconstruction Project
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