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Vol 44 No 11

Published 30th May 2003


Getting to know the Colonel again

One-time Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Chester Crocker and two American oil companies are urging President George W. Bush to start a cautious rapprochement with Libya. Although Crocker remains influential on Africa policy, this advice flies against the tougher line on Tripoli advocated by Bush government hawks.

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