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- Arturo Valenzuela Director, Center for Latin American Studies, Georgetown University; formerly, senior director for inter-American affairs at the National Security Council, and deputy assistant secretary of state for inter-American affairs in the Clinton administration
- Jeff Faux Founding president, distinguished fellow, Economic Policy Institute
- George Grayson Professor of government, The College of William and Mary
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