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- Elisa Massimino CEO and Executive Director of Human Rights First
- Ken Anderson professor of law, American University's Washington College of Law; research fellow and member of National Security and Law Task Force, Hoover Institution
- Derek Chollet senior fellow, Center for a New America Security; author, "The Road to the Dayton Accords: A Study of American Statecraft."
- Tod Lindberg Editor of "Policy Review;" research fellow at the Hoover Institution; author, "The Political Teachings of Jesus."
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