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Liutenant General (R) U.S. Army with over 37 years of active service. Jim Dubik is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and at the Association of the U.S. Army’s Institute of Land Warfare (ILW). He earned a PhD in philosophy from the Johns Hopkins University, and he was a professor at Georgetown University’s Center for Strategic Studies.
John Choon Yoo is a Korean American attorney and former government official.
Professor Yoo is the Emanuel Heller Professor of Law and director of the Korea Law Center, the California Constitution Center, and the Law School’s Program in Public Law and Policy.
His most recent book is Defender in Chief: Donald Trump’s Fight for Presidential Power (St. Martin’s 2020). Professor Yoo is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution.
Education A.B., Harvard University (1989)
J.D., Yale University (1992)
A man who has made history in the United States as an immigrant who came to the country from a very young age and whose path in politics has been solidly paved and with a great future ahead.
Manny Santos (Republican Party) ran for election to the U.S. House to represent Connecticut's 5th Congressional District.
He describes himself as: “a full-time analyst in the health insurance industry and a part-time product development engineer. Had the honor of serving as Mayor of the City of Meriden from 2013 to 2015, Connecticut."
Matt C. Pinsker is a constitutional law scholar and award-winning criminal defense attorney. He also teaches as an Adjunct Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and serves in the US Army Reserves (Judge Advocate General’s Corps). He previously served as both a state and federal prosecutor and was a magistrate. He wrote a textbook on homeland security, a second book about border-security, and has also had multiple articles on cutting-edge legal issues published in peer-reviewed journals.
Profesor de la Universidad de Lisboa. Licenciado y Máster en Derecho por la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Lisboa. Fue colaborador de Jornal Expresso con un espacio para comentarios políticos llamado Politicoesfera. Llegó a la televisión con una sección en el programa Short-Circuit de SIC Radical, contando con su último programa con la presencia de Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa. Ha participado en otros programas de televisión donde comenta sobre temas relacionados con Derecho y Política.Investigación científica y cooperaciónMiembro de centros de investigación :Centro de Investigación de Derecho Privado;Public Law Research Center – línea de investigación sobre «Cambios constitucionales informales». Miembro de los consejos editoriales de revistas científicas.
Brazilian / Paraibano (PB).
Business Administrator (University of Pernambuco-UPE).
Postgraduate in Economic Engineering (Catholic University of Pernambuco).
Broiler poultry farming.
President of SINDUSGRAF-PE, Union of Graphic Industries of Pernambuco.
Former Rotary Club Governor (2014-2015).
Current President of the Rotary Club of Luiz Eduardo Magalhães - Bahia (2020).
Vice President Director of FIEPE - Federation of Industries of the State of Pernambuco.
General Director of Gráfica Contexto Ltda.
Financial Director of ANDIGRAF - National Association of Graphic and Communication Industries.
George A. Sorial is an attorney, author and consultant. He is the former Executive Vice President and Counsel to The Trump Organization and its affiliated companies with respect to its global portfolio. He is currently a partner at the Lucas Compton firm in Washington D.C. (Lucas Compton, Lucas Compton Law)
Mr. Sorial has managed a variety of high profile legal and business affairs, negotiating with numerous domestic and foreign government officials, politicians and other prominent members of the international business community. Following the 2016 Presidential election, Mr. Sorial was appointed as the first Chief Compliance Counsel to The Trump Organization and was responsible for the implementation and supervision of the global company wide corporate compliance program.
Augusto Zimmermann Llb (Hon.), Llm _cum Laude_, Phd (Monash) is an internationally known Legal Scholar, A Prolific Writer And Author Of Numerous Articles And Academic Books, And Is Broadly Recognised As One Of Australia’s Strongest Proponents Of Free Speech. He Is Currently Professor Of Law At Sheridan College In Perth, Western Australia, And Also Professor Of Law (Adjunct) At The University Of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney Campus. In Addition, Professor Zimmermann Is A Former Law Reform Commissioner With The Law Reform Commission Of Western Australia (2012-2017) And A Former Associate Dean (Research) At Murdoch University’s School Of Law (2009-2013). Professor Zimmermann Is Also The Founder And President Of The Western Australian Legal Theory Association (Walta), The Editor-in-chief Of The Western Australian Jurist Law Journal, An Elected Fellow At The International Academy For The Study Of The Jurisprudence Of The Family (Iasjf), And A Former Vice-president Of The Australasian Society Of Legal Philosophy (Aslp). Professor Zimmermann Was Awarded Murdoch University’s 2012 Vice Chancellor’s Award For Excellence In Research, And Two School Dean’s Research Awards, In 2010 And 2011.He Has Also Received The 2013 Law Lecturer Of The Year Award From The Murdoch Student Law Society (Msls), In Recognition Of The Outstanding Level Of Teaching, Service And Personal Contribution He Provided To The Students Of Murdoch Law School.
Karma Feinstein-Cohen is the Executive Director of World Magshimey-Herut and World Herut which she founded in 1999. Since then, Ms. Feinstein Cohen has worked tirelessly to advance the movements goals both worldwide and in Israel. Long committed to the ideology of Ze'ev Jabotinsky, she previously served in various leadership positions within Betar for over eleven years. After serving as the Education Coordinator for Betar Israel and as the Regional Coordinator for the Settlement Region, Ms. Feinstein-Cohen became Head of the Overseas Dept. for World Betar Executive and then Treasurer in 1994. Through the WZO, she headed up the "Manof" program run by the department of "youth and halutz" in the WZO and worked as a short-term shaliach in 1996 and 1997. She also operated as the co-chair for the council of World Zionist youth movements (1998-2000).
Ms. Feinstein-Cohen moved to Israel from New Jersey with her family when she was 11. After serving in the Israeli army, she received her B.A. in political economics from Tel Aviv University and is currently working on her Masters degree in the same field. She now lives in Shaarey Tikva with her husband and two children.
Ms. Feinstein-Cohen is a member of presidium of the Zionist General Council of the WZO and has been a Jewish Agency committee member since 2002. Since October 2016 she serves as a Board Member.