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- Robert Pastor Director, The Center for North American Studies and Professor of International Relations, American University
- Luis Alejandro Kauachi Director of International Projects, Monterrey Tech (in Monterry, Mexico)
- Duane Bratt Department of Policy Studies, Mount Royal College (in Calgary, Canada)
- Dianna Moyer Graduate student, School of International Service, American University
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