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- Bathsheba Crocker Co-director of the Post-Conflict Reconstruction Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Pamela Constable Kabul and Islamabad Bureau Chief for "The Washington Post"
- Ann Scott Tyson Pentagon and military correspondent for "The Christian Science Monitor"
- Ibrahim Younis Doctors Without Borders
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