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- Susan Glasser Executive Editor, Foreign Policy Magazine
- Douglas Farah National security consultant and senior fellow for the International Assessment and Strategy Center, a Washington-based think tank. Former Latin America and West Africa bureau chief for the Washington Post.
- Victor Cha Director of Asian Studies and D.S. Song Chair, Georgetown University; Director for Asian Affairs, National Security Council (2004-2007); and author "Beyond the Final Score: The Politics of Sport"(Columbia University Press)
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