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- Dr. Phebe Marr Senior fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace and author of "A Modern History of Iraq" (Westview Press 1991)
- Amb. Patrick Theros Former U.S. Ambassador to Qatar and president of the U.S.-Qatar Business Council
- Mohammed Bamyeh Visiting associate professor at the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University
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