Introduces Content from 100+ New ‘Contributors’

The Hill

hillsquareToday, The Hill newspaper announced the launch of a new “Contributors” section, with content expected from more than 100 scholars, think tanks, diplomats, and strategists. The new contributors will join The Hill’s current 14 regular columnists, which include James Carville and Judd Gregg.

More than 200 experts have showed interest in offering their commentary, opinion, and analysis on key political issues. The new section follows a strong rebrand to in October 2013.

For a full list of contributions to the debut of the section, click after the jump.

Robert Atkinson, “Wheeler’s ‘third way’ on net neutrality”
President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

Laurie R. Blank, “Drones, transparency and legitimacy”
Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the International Humanitarian Law Clinic, Emory University

Robin Broad, “Does the U.S. need another round of trade deals?”
Professor of International Development, American University

Robert C. Hockett, “Geithner, Mian, and Sufi on the crisis”
Professor of Law, Cornell University

Desmond Lachman, “Focus on currency manipulation”
Research Fellow, American Enterprise Institute (AEI); former managing director and chief emerging market economic strategist, Salomon Smith Barney

Michael Ledeen, “Do we have to destroy radical Islamism in order to save Islam?”
Freedom Scholar, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies; former consultant to the National Security Council, State Department, and Defense Department; special adviser to secretary of State

Jeffrey Mankoff, “Assessing Washington’s response to the Ukraine crisis”
Deputy Director and Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Charles McConnell, “Energy solution must be an ‘all of the above’ strategy”
Executive Director, Energy and Environment Initiative, Rice University, former assistant secretary of Energy

J. Peter Pham, “Making a hash(tag) of Africa policy”
Director, Africa Center, Atlantic Council