Secretary Rice's Trip to Libya

TV/Radio Broadcast Washington Journal
Carnegie's Michele Dunne discusses the progress in U.S.-Libyan relations and the events that led to Secretary Rice's visit to Libya, the first for a U.S. Secretary of State since 1953.
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Carnegie's Michele Dunne discusses the political and economic implications of U.S. Secretary Rice's trip to Libya on C-Span's Washington Journal. In what Dunne describes as "something of a victory lap" for Secretary Rice, she describes the visit as a culmination of years of improvement in U.S.-Libyan relations, which has seen Libya end its imvolvement in terrorism, compensate the families of victims of Libyan terorrism and give up its nuclear weapons.

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