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- Jeremy Shapiro Director of research, Center on the United States and Europe, and fellow, Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution
- Patrick Jarreau Deputy editor, Le Monde
- Pierre Rousselin Foreign editor, Le Figaro
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