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is the Weston Professor of Philosophy at Buckingham University. Read more
John O'Sullivan is Editor at Large of National Review, a Director of 21st Century Initiatives in Washington, and Director of the Danube Institute in Budapest. His book, The President, the Pope, and the Prime Minister, has been translated into seven languages. Read more
is the founder of Quadrapheme, an online literary magazine Read more

Cristina Odone is a former Editor of the Catholic Herald who broadcasts regularly on religious and ethical issues. She writes for the Daily Telegraph and is the author of The Good Divorce Guide.

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Bijan Omrani is a writer and journalist, and has written for the Spectator. He is the author of two guides to Afghanistan and Iran.

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Peter Oppenheimer is a former President of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, and taught economics at Christ Church, Oxford for 35 years. Read more

Eric Ormsby's Fine Incisions:  Essays on Poetry and Place appeared in January.  The Baboons of Hada, another selection of his poems, was published by Carcanet in 2011.

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George Osborne is MP for Tatton and the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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Emanuele Ottolenghi is a Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defence of Democracies in Washington, based at its Center on Sanctions and Illicit Financing. He is the author of five books, in English and Italian, four of which concern Iran. See his profile here

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Sir Geoffrey Owen is an academic at the London School of Economics and former editor of the Financial Times. His most recent book, The Rise and Fall of Great Companies, was published by OUP in 2010.

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Cynthia Ozick's novels include the The Puttermesser Papers and Heir to the Glimmering World, published in Britain as The Bear Boy. She is the author of a collection of essays entitled The Din in the Head.

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