Mark Danner ( Full Name: Mark David Danner) is a prominent American educator, journalist, and writer. As of now, he works at The New York Review of Books as a frequent contributor. Previously, Mark was a former staff writer for The New Yorker. He specializes in U.S. politics, war, and foreign affairs.
Helaine Olen is an American journalist living in New York. She serves as a columnist and Opinion Writer for The Washington Post. Helaine’s work on politics, economics, workplace culture, and women’s issues has also been published in numerous other print and online publications.
Libby Copeland is an American freelance writer who works for New York City. Previously, Libby served as a staff writer for the Washington Post. She began her journalism career with the Post as an intern in the style department in 1998. Libby went on to cover culture, crime, and Washington politics. She became the Feature Specialty Reporting winner in 2005 for the large circulation papers in the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors’ annual competition.
Jeffrey Tucker ( Full name: Jeffrey Albert Tucker ) is an American author and writer. He currently serves as an economics writer for the Austrian School. Jeffrey is an advocate of anarcho-capitalism and Bitcoin and a publisher of libertarian books. Also, he serves as a conference speaker and an internet entrepreneur.
Sadanand Dhume is an American writer and journalist living in Washington D.C. He authored My Friend the Fanatic: Travels with a Radical Islamist, a travel narrative about the rise of fundamentalism in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country. In 2007, Sadanand served as an inaugural Bernard Schwartz Fellow at the Asia Society. He is a self-identified atheist.
William Galston is an American author and professor. He serves as a writer of the weekly Politics & Ideas column in the Wall Street Journal. William holds the Ezra K. Zilkha Chair in Governance Studies and is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution where he joined in 2006. Previously, he worked as a policy advisor to President Clinton and presidential candidates. William is an expert on domestic policy, political campaigns, and elections.
Amity Shlaes is a conservative American author and columnist. She serves as a newspaper and magazine columnist as she writes about politics and economics from a classical liberal perspective. Also, she is the Presidential Scholar at The King’s College in New York City. Additionally, she is a recipient of the Bastiat Prize and Bradley Prize.
Thomas Ricks is an American journalist and author. He specializes in military and national security issues. Thomas is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting as part of teams from the Wall Street Journal in 2000 and the Washington Post in 2002.
Walter Russell Mead is a preeminent American academic. As of now, he works at Bard College as the James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities. Prior to joining Bard College, Walter taught American foreign policy at Yale University.
Joanne Lipman is an American journalist and author. Currently, Joanne serves as the inaugural Peretsman Scully Distinguished Journalism Fellow at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study. Also, she is a CNBC on-air contributor. She is the author of a book titled That’s What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together. The book was published by William Morrow on January 30, 2018.