Examining America’s role in the attacks on Libya

    Conflicting reports tell different stories of America’s role in the crisis in Libya. First framed a humanitarian effort to protect Libyan citizens from leader Muammar Ghaddafi, varying reports from the Obama administration say Ghaddafi is and isn’t the target of the attacks.

    On Radio Times this morning, political scientist Ali Ahmida, who was born in Libya; Romesh Ratnesar, contributing editor-at-large at Time and a fellow at the New America Foundation; and Micha Zenko of the Council on Foreign Relations talk about America’s changing role in Libya, and who’s leading the rebellion.

    Listen live at 10 a.m. on 91 FM.

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