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- Robert Malley Middle East and North Africa Program Director, International Crisis Group; Former Special Advisor to President Clinton for Arab-Israeli Affairs (1998-2000)
- Linda Fasulo Contributor to NPR; author of the book "An Insider's Guide to the UN"
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