Libya

Conflict & Justice

Three years after the start of their revolution, Libyans are still waiting for a constitution and a stable government

Updated

Libyans had great hope when they started their revolution three years ago and deposed long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi. Now, many are tired and frustrated with a weak central government and broken promises. On February 20, they face a hastily-arranged election to select delegates who will only now start writing a new constitution.

Global Politics

Education in Libya After Gaddafi

In the aftermath of the Libyan revolution, one thing that needs to be addressed is education. Not only are schools being purged of The Green Book, but lots of subjects need to be revamped and modernized. Don Duncan reports.

Global Politics

Lockerbie bomber

A year after the Lockerbie bomber was released from a Scottish prison and sent home to Libya, four US senators are calling for a new investigation into why he was let out. The World's Marcus Wraight reports.

Conflict & Justice

Obama issues ultimatum to Libya

President Obama says Gaddafi must obey the UN's demands or face military action. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Anne-Marie Slaughter, a former adviser to Secretary of State Clinton, and Barry Posen, who directs the Security Studies Program at MIT.

Conflict & Justice

Three years after the start of their revolution, Libyans are still waiting for a constitution and a stable government

Updated

Libyans had great hope when they started their revolution three years ago and deposed long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi. Now, many are tired and frustrated with a weak central government and broken promises. On February 20, they face a hastily-arranged election to select delegates who will only now start writing a new constitution.