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- Tamara Wittes Senior Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, Brookings Institution
- Dalia Mogahed Senior Analyst and Executive Director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies
- Merve Kavakci Professor of International Affairs, George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs; former Member of the Turkish Parliament; author of the forthcoming book, “Headscarf Politics in Turkey: A Postcolonial Reading”
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