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- Kim Ghattas Columnist, Foreign Policy; senior visiting fellow, Carnegie Endowment; former BBC State Department correspondent; author of a forthcoming book on Saudia Arabia and Iran; @BBCKimGhattas
- Mikhail Zygar Russian journalist; author of a new book, "The Empire Must Die: Russia's Revolutionary Collapse, 1900-1917"; and "All the Kremlin's Men," now out in paperback; @zygaro
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