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- Radek Sikorski Resident fellow and executive director of the New Atlantic Initiative at the American Enterprise Institute
- Ishaq Shahryar Former Ambassador from Afghanistan to the U.S.
- Barnett Rubin Director of studies at the Center on International Cooperation at New York University and former adviser to the U.N. on Afghanistan
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