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- Peter Brookes Senior fellow for national security affairs at the Heritage Foundation; former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Asian and Pacific affairs in the second Bush administration; author, "A Devil's Triangle: Terrorism, WMD and Rogue States."
- Kurt Campbell Senior vice president and director of the international security program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Selig Harrison Director of the Asia Program at the Center for International Policy.
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