Kimberly Dozier

Kimberly Dozier is a CNN global affairs analyst and contributor to The Daily Beast. Dozier covered intelligence for the AP from 2010 to 2014, after 17 years as an award-winning CBS News correspondent.She has covered the Iraq and Afghan wars, conflict and peacemaking from the Middle East to Northern Ireland, and the national security policy of Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump.

Kevin Baron

Kevin Baron is the founding executive editor of Defense One. Baron has lived in Washington for 20 years, covering international affairs, the military, the Pentagon, Congress, and politics for Foreign Policy, National Journal, Stars and Stripes, and The Boston Globe, where he ran investigative projects for five years at the Washington bureau. He is a frequent on-air contributor and previously was national security/military analyst at NBC News & MSNBC.

Markus Preiss

Markus Preiss is a Brussels addict. After being a correspondent in the EU capital from 2006 to 2011, he wanted to come back to this city of different perspectives, high stakes and most complex power struggles. In 2016, he became the bureau chief of ARD German TV.  ARD’s prime time news “Tagesschau” has an average daily audience of 10 million viewers – making it the biggest show in Germany and one of the world‘s most successful news programs. Preiss was born in former East Germany.

Radmila Shekerinska

Radmila Shekerinska is the current minister of defense and deputy prime minister of the Republic of North Macedonia. During her mandate, the Republic of North Macedonia received the invitation for NATO membership and the NATO Accession Protocol. From 2002 to 2006, she was deputy prime minister responsible for European integration and foreign aid coordination.

Richard Bravo

Richard Bravo is a government and politics editor at Bloomberg News, focusing on the shifting balance of power in the European Union as the bloc weighs an evolving transatlantic relationship as well as internal pressures, such as increasingly vocal euroskeptic forces and an unstable economic recovery. He also coordinates trade coverage on the continent, including breaking news out of the Brussels’s institutions and the World Trade Organization, with a concentration on the conflicts developing between the U.S. and the EU on commerce. Bravo has been with Bloomberg for 10 years.