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- Diane Orentlicher Professor of International Law and Director of War Crimes Research Office, American University
- Douglas Farah Former Washington Post Correspondent (El Salvador, 1987-1990); consultant on terrorism and failed states; co-author, "Merchant of Death: Money, Guns, Planes, and the Man Who Makes War Possible" (Wiley)
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