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U.S. Assesses Peacekeeping Options in Liberia

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U.S. Assesses Peacekeeping Options in Liberia

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U.S. Assesses Peacekeeping Options in Liberia

U.S. Assesses Peacekeeping Options in Liberia

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A team of U.S. military experts heads to Liberia to prepare for a possible deployment of U.S. troops. All sides of Liberia's festering civil war call on the United States to intervene, along with a rising chorus from the international community. Liberia's president agrees to step down if an international peacekeeping force enters the country. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Susan Rice of the Brookings Institution.

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