Libya: How Misguided Can We Be?

Libya is a strategically important country, and in 2002 Moammar Qadaffi was angling to secure his role as leader of the African Union by portraying himself as the pivotal leader between Africa, the Middle East, and the West. I met his son Saif when I chaired the International Energy Advisory Council in 2003. Saif was the representative from Libya and it was he who invited me to lead a bi-partisan congressional delegation to Libya to discuss his father’s public commitment to renounce terrorism, give up his weapons of mass destruction and cooperate with the United States and President George W. Bush.

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