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- Robert Kagan Senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, monthly world affairs columnist for "The Washington Post," and author of "Dangerous Nation."
- Yochi Dreazen Military correspondent for "The Wall Street Journal."
- Gen. Wesley Clark Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and author of "A Time To Lead," "Waging Modern War" and "Winning Modern Wars."
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