Moammar Gadhafi

Egyptian protests present major challenge to American foreign policy

While most of American attention in recent days has been focused on Libya, where four American diplomats died, the bigger trouble may be brewing in Egypt. People are protesting there too, and while no one is getting killed, the long-term effect of the chill on Egyptian-American relations may be startling.

Conflict & Justice

Libya's impact on future war strategy

Libyan rebel forces' success was aided by NATO's constant airstrikes on Tripoli, and that combination has proven to be successful thus far. Could this become a fighting model for future battles? Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs magazine, joins us.