Fighting continues today in Tripoli between rebel forces and Gadhafi government loyalists. Yesterday, the rebels stormed Gadhafi's compound, but the Libyan leader remains at large. The raid by the rebels effectively ended Gadhafi's 42-year reign. As Libya enters a period of transition, many are wondering NATO's future role in the country. NATO's involvement in the Libyan civil war began as a humanitarian intervention, but its efforts went on to play a vital role in crippling Gadhafi's army, allowing rebel forces to eventually advance into Tripoli.
Kurt Volker, former U.S. ambassador to NATO, and now international managing director for BGR Group, a bipartisan government relations, strategic communications, and investment banking firm, discusses the role NATO will play in a post-Gadhafi Libya.