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Studio interview: Rebels lead more disciplined attacks

04-02-2011 13:48 BJT Special Report:Int'l Intervention in Libya |

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For more analysis on the Libyan crisis, we're joined by Dr. He Wenping, director of African Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Thank you for being with us, Dr. He.

Q1: There are reports that this wave of rebel attacks has been better disciplined and organized than their earlier assaults. Will this improvement tip fighting in the rebel's favor?

Q2: Unconfirmed reports suggest that some senior aides to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi have joined former Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa in defecting. If this emerges to be true, how severe of a setback will this deal to Gaddafi's grasp on power?

Thank you for joining us. That was Dr. He Wenping, director of African Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.




Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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