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- Judith Yaphe Senior research fellow at National Defense University and former CIA analyst specializing in the Mideast
- Larry Johnson International security consultant, former deputy director of counter-terrorism at the State Department
- Flynt Leverett Senior fellow and director of the Global Energy Initiative at the New America Foundation; author, "Inheriting Syria: Bashar's Trial by Fire;" former senior director for Middle East affairs at the National Security Council; former Middle East expert on the Secretary of State's Policy Planning Staff; former senior analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency.
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