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- Teresita Schaffer Director for South Asia, Center for Strategic and International Studies and former ambassador to Sri Lanka
- Michael O'Hanlon Senior fellow and director of research of the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution co- author with Hassina Sherjan of "Toughing It Out in Afghanistan.”
- Shuja Nawaz Director of the Atlantic Council's South Asia Center and author, "Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within"
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