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- Benjamin Ladner President of The American University
- Ernie Bower Of the US-ASEAN Business Council
- Gao Zhan American University scholar
- Mike Jendrzejczyk Washington director for the Asia division of Human Rights Watch
- Richard Solomon Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian Affairs
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