CNAS Deputy Director of Studies and Senior Fellow Nora Bensahel talked about the U.S. and coalition’s military strategy in Libya and the precedent that this air strike in Libya may set with other Middle East countries who are experiencing revolutions. She responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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