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Mustafa Alani is senior adviser and director of the Security and Terrorism Studies Programme at the Gulf Research Center in Dubai.

Martin van Creveld is a professor at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and author of many classic books on military history and strategy, including Command in War 1985), Supplying War (1977) and The Sword and the Olive (1998).

Toby Dodge is consulting senior fellow for the Middle East at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London and a lecturer at Queen Mary College, London University. His most recent book is Inventing Iraq: the failure of nation building and a history denied, (Columbia University Press, 2005).

Francis Ghilès is a senior fellow at the European Institute of the Mediterranean in Barcelona. He is a former North Africa Correspondent of The Financial Times (1977-1995) and a regular contributor to the BBC.

Sergei Ivanov is defence minister of Russia.

Julian Lindley-French is a senior scholar at the Centre for Applied Policy, University of Munich.

Carlo Masala is a researcher at the NATO Defense College in Rome.

Michael Rühle is head of the Policy Planning and Speechwriting Section in NATO’s Political Affairs and Security Policy Division.

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