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- Kim Holmes Vice President of the Heritage Foundation, in charge of all foreign policy and national security studies. He was formerly Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs during President George W. Bush's first term. He's also author of a new book, "Liberty's Best Hope: American Leadership for the 21st Century."
- Rose Gottemoeller Formerly a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,she now serves as director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.
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