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- Wayne Smith Senior Fellow, "The Cuba Project" Center for International Policy; former Chief of the US Interests Section in Havana Cuba (1979-1982)
- Maria Werlau Senior Advisor, Cuba Study Group; Advisor to the Cuban American National Foundation; also CEO, Orbis International
- Dan Erikson Adjunct Latin American Professor at SAIS Senior Associate for US Policy at the Inter-American Dialogue, Author of â��The Cuba Wars: Fidel Castro, The United States, and the Next Revolutionâ��
- Kevin Whitaker Director, Office of Cuban Affairs, State Department
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