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- Robert K. Goldman professor of law, Washington College of Law at American University
- Seymour Hersh contributor, "The New Yorker" magazine
- Martha Raddatz senior foreign affairs correspondent, ABC News; author, "The Long Road Home"
- Hisham Melhem Washington bureau chief for Al-Arabiya TV, and Washington correspondent for "An-Nahar"
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