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Oliver Kamm is a leader writer and columnist for the Times. He is the author of Anti-Totalitarianism: The Left-wing Case for a Neoconservative Foreign Policy.
Efraim Karsh is Head of Middle East and Mediterranean Studies at King's College London. His latest book, Palestine Betrayed, is published by Yale.
Travis Kavulla, a former associate editor of National Review, was a Gates Scholar in History at Cambridge University and a 2008 Phillips Foundation journalism fellow. He is a graduate of Harvard University.
Julian Keeling is a freelance journalist and a counsellor of addiction sufferers.
Necla Kelek is a sociologist, author and campaigner against repression of women under Islam. Her latest book is Journey to Heaven: My Fight with the Guardians of Islam, (Kiepenheuer & Witsch).
Karen Horn is an economist, author and
director of the Berlin office of the Institut
der deutschen Wirtschaft, an economic
Gary Kent is a writer who visited Iraqi Kurdistan with the UK all-party parliamentary group on the region.
Björn Kern has written three novels based on his experience working with mentally disabled and elderly people in France. He lives in Berlin.
Roy Kerridge is a journalist and author who has written for Prospect, The Salisbury Review, and the Spectator.
Roger Kimball is Editor and publisher of The New Criterion magazine and President and publisher of Encounter Books.
James Kirchick is an American journalist and political commentator. He is an assistant editor at the New Republic and a contributor to the Los Angeles Times.
Len Krisak's most recent book is a translation of Virgil's Eclogues (University of Pennsylvania Press).
David Kynaston is an English historian and the author of Austerity Britain: 1945-1951.