Lobbying for a Libyan Dictator

“A 2007 Monitor memo named among the prominent figures it had recruited to travel to Libya and meet with Qadhafi “as part of the Project to Enhance the Profile of Libya and Muammar Qadhafi” Perle, historian Francis Fukuyama, Princeton Middle East scholar Bernard Lewis, famous Nixon interviewer David Frost, and MIT media lab founder Nicholas Negroponte, the brother of former deputy secretary of state and director of national intelligence John Negroponte.”

Laura Rozen on Politico:

http://www.politico.com/blogs/laurarozen/0211/Among_Libyas_lobbyists.html?showall

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2 Responses to “Lobbying for a Libyan Dictator”

  1. I have a few things to say about dictators and how our country protects them this Sunday in my column.

    You may find it interesting.

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. I will look forward to it Dave.

    have a peaceful day,
    Bill

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