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- Mark Lagon Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow at the Project for the New American Century, and adjunct professor of National Security Studies at Georgetown University
- Congressman John Spratt Democrat, South Carolina's 5th District
- Larry Sokolski Nonproliferation Policy Education Center
- Stan Norris Natural Resources Defense Council
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