Christopher Hitchens is a journalist and the author of twenty books, including the international bestselling book "God is Not Great." He is a regular contributor to "Vanity Fair, The Atlantic Monthly," and "Slate." His writing has also appeared in the "Weekly Standard," the "National Review," and "The Independent," and he has made television appearances on "The Daily Show, Charlie Rose," and "Real Time with Bill Maher." He was named one of the world's "Top 100 Public Intellectuals" by "Foreign Policy" and Britain's "Prospect." His most recent book is the memoir "Hitch-22." Christopher Hitchens lives in Washington, D.C.
Tony Blair was prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. Since leaving office, he has served as the Quartet Representative to the Middle East, representing the U.S., the UN, Russia, and the EU. In 2008 he launched the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, which promotes respect and understanding among the major religions. He is also the founder of the Africa Governance Initiative, an organization that works with leaders and their governments on policy delivery and on attracting sustainable investment in Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Tony Blair lives in London, U.K.show more