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Dr. John J. Tierney, Jr., Former Executive Director of the Congressional Caucus on National Defense, U.S. House of Representatives; Faculty Chairman, The Institute of World Politics (Washington DC)
James Stockmal, Director, Deloitte
Dimitri Neos, Executive Director, Center for International Relations

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David Phillips, GBRW
Dr. Christos Kyrou, Adjunct Professor, American University

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Dr. Terrence R. Guay, Professor of International Business, Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Muhiuddin Haider, Associate Professor , Department of Global Health & International Affairs, George Washington University
Dr. Sahar Khamis, Assistant Professor of Communication, Affiliate Faculty of Women's Studies, and Affiliate Faculty in the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, University of Maryland
Ghada Gomaa A. Mohamed, Lecturer in Economics, Carleton University (Canada)
Dr. Madhav Das Nalapat, UNESCO Peace Chair and Director of the Department of Geopolitics at Manipal University
Dr.Siddhartha Sarkar, A.C.College of Commerce, India

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Dimitri Neos, Executive Director (dneos@ia-forum.org)
Jens F. Laurson, IA-Forum, Editor at Large, CA-Forum Director
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Shannon Cook (UAE, Editor)
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Maria Cheiladaki-Liarokapi
Leo Halepli
Cooper Hewell Dr. Kyriakos Kouveliotis
Dr. Majbritt Lyck
Jessica Matsko, Editor
Lakshna Mehta, Editor
M. Patel, Editor
C. Sadkam
Dr. Syuzanna Vasilyan
Anthony Welch

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Mahmood Ahmad, Research Analyst(Pakistan)
Sheritha Brace
James Breffit(United Kingdom)
Raisa Chowdhury, Correspondent
Jennifer Dixon (Oman)
Giulia Frontini (United Kingdom)
Amine Goulidi, Research Associate
David Hollingsworth
Dr. Naupess K. Kibiswa, Research Affiliate
Janine L'Heureux
Kayvan M. Lavassani(Canada)
Emily Carter Luense
Katherine Lugo
Vikas Mehta (India)
Madison Myers, Correspondent
Rafael Panlilio
Pratik Patil (India)
Amit R. Saksena (India)
Mohammed Salama(Egypt)
Barclay Bram Shoemaker(China)
Adriana Stephan
James Young

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