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Does Libyan Deal Set a Bad Precedent?

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Does Libyan Deal Set a Bad Precedent?

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Does Libyan Deal Set a Bad Precedent?

Does Libyan Deal Set a Bad Precedent?

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Libya's release of six foreign medical workers held under questionable circumstances will be followed by a visit from U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Is this an example of rewarding bad international behavior? What are the costs of such an action?

Robert Gallucci, dean of Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, offers his thoughts in a conversation with Rebecca Roberts.

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