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- James Goldgeier Whitney H. Shepardson fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and public policy scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Former director of Russian affairs for the National Security Council. Co-author of "Power and Purpose: U.S. Policy Toward Russia After the Cold War."
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- The Very Reverend David O'Connell, C.M. President of the Catholic University of America
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