The Latest in Libya

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The violence in Libya continues, with ongoing Western-led air strikes and on-the-ground clashes between Colonel Gadhafi loyalists and anti-government rebels. We'll talk with reporters and analysts about the latest news out of Libya, and what it means for the region and the United States.


Jim Gelvin, professor of Middle Eastern history at UCLA

George R. Trumbull, IV, assistant professor of history and African and Middle Eastern studies at Dartmouth College

Indira Lakshmanan, foreign policy reporter for Bloomberg

Scott Peterson, reporter in Libya for the Christian Science Monitor

Abubaker Saad, professor of history at Western Connecticut State University, and former diplomat who served as Gadhafi's personal interpreter for five years