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Chris Blackburn is a political analyst and writer based in the UK. He worked as a junior team member for the US National Intelligence Conference and Exposition (Intelcon 2005), which was organised by Slade Gorton and Jamie Gorelick; who were both members of the US National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (9/11 Commission)

He then went on to become a track leader for the Intelligence Summit 2006, which focused on the deteriorating security situation in Bangladesh and South Asia.

Chris has briefed journalists on extremist movements and terrorism. He has also worked with productions teams from BBC’s Panorama and Channel 4’s Dispatches. He has also written for David Horowitz’s Frontpagemag.com, The Spittoon, The Weekly Durdesh and others.

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International Crimes Strategy Forum (ICSF) is an independent global network of experts, activists and organizations established with the purpose to understand, research, and support the justice process initiated to end impunity, establish rule of law, and ensure accountability for the international crimes committed in 1971 in Bangladesh. As part of its mandate, ICSF engages and interacts with the ICT and other stakeholders.

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Mohammad A. Arafat was born in Rajshahi. He was raised in Dhaka and then went abroad for higher education. He went to School of Business, Oklahoma State University to study International Business. He has done his Master of Business Administration in Management from Texas A&M, Prerie View, Texas. He came back to Bangladesh in 2005 and joined in academia. He has been teaching at school of business, Independent University Bangladesh (IUB). He runs a marketing and social research company called ANALYTIKA as executive chairman. He is one of the founders of the social organization SHUCHINTA which is active in social research, communication and welfare activities. He is also the convenor of SHUCHINTA BANGLADESH and executive director, SHUCHINTA FOUNDATION. He takes a keen interest into foreign policy and regional cooperation, water sharing with India and other neighbours, war crime trial, constitution etc. He wrote several articles and has taken part in various seminars and television talk shows in the above mentioned issues.

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