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- Todd Moss Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development; author, "African Development: Making Sense of the Issue and Actors" (Lynne Rienner); former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Africa, State Department
- Ian Gary Senior Policy Advisor for Extractive Industries, Oxfam America
- Kwame Bawuah-Edusei Ambassador, Republic of Ghana
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