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  • Julia Wallace

    Julia Wallace is a journalist living in Southeast Asia and a former executive editor of The Cambodia Daily.  

  • Kathleen Sharp

    Kathleen Sharp is an award-winning journalist, the author of four books and a film producer who covers the West.

  • Jeremy Hodge

    Jeremy Hodge is the senior MENA analyst at Ergo, a global intelligence and advisory firm specializing in due diligence, competitive intelligence, and geopolitical analysis based in New York. Previously, Jeremy has written on developments in Egypt’s post-revolutionary environment for Foreign Affairs, Le Monde diplomatique, Al-Jazeera, and Africa Confidential. He is fluent in Arabic.

  • Khaled al Zubi

    Khaled al Zubi, an opposition media activist based in southern Syria, was killed by a roadside bomb on August 21, 2017, along with his newborn son and brother.

  • Jan-Werner Müller

    Jan-Werner Müller teaches politics at Princeton University. His book What Is Populism? came out last year.

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  • Philip Oltermann

    Philip Oltermann is Berlin bureau chief for The Guardian. Born in Hamburg, he lived in London for 16 years before moving back to Germany last year.

  • Bill Frelick

    Bill Frelick is the refugee rights program director at Human Rights Watch.

  • Scott Long

    Scott Long has documented and advocated against violations of sexual and bodily rights for more than 25 years. He has worked with LGBT+ communities and human rights movements in countries including Albania, Egypt, Iraq, Hungary, Nepal, Romania, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and the United States. In 2003, he founded the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Rights Program at Human Rights Wa...