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- Selig Harrison Director of the Asia Program at the Center for International Policy.
- Robert Grenier Chair, ERG Partners - consulting for the intelligence and security industry; CIA station chief in Pakistan until 2002; director of the CIA's Counter Terrorism Center from 2005 - 2006.
- Michael Krepon Founding president of the Henry L. Stimson Center, Diplomat Scholar at the University of Virginia, and author of "Better Safe than Sorry: The Ironies of Living with the Bomb." (Stanford University Press, 2009)
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