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Entries tagged "Libyan Revolution"

HuffPost Live: Is Libya better off now?

September 27, 2012 ·

"I think we have to look at the situation as a very complex one," said Bennis, who runs the New Internationalism Project in our institute.

Other participants were HuffPost Live Host Ahmed Shihab-Eldin,  Mouaz Moustafa of the Syrian Emergency Task Force, Steve Clemons, the Washington editor for The Atlantic, political analyst Raed Jarrar, and Dubai-based political analysr Taufiq Rahim. Watch the full discussion on the video below: