Aaron Snipe

US State Department

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Spokesperson for the US Department of State Bureau for Near Eastern Affairs

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Moammar Gadhafi is still at large, but the US, NATO and neighboring countries are already preparing for Libya's next regime.

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When last heard from, Moammar Gadhafi threatened a fight to the death. Now, NATO is helping rebels to find him, while his loyalists continue to put up a fight.

What's Next for Libya and America's Role in Foreign Adventures?

When last heard from, Moammar Gadhafi threatened a fight to the death. Now, NATO is helping rebels to find him, while his loyalists continue to put up a fight.

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