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- Celeste Wallander Director, Russian and Eurasia Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Iryna Vidanava Editor-in-chief of Students' Thought, an independent student publication in Belarus.
- Rodger Potocki Senior Program Officer for Central Europe & East-to-East Programs at the National Endowment for Democracy
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