NATO Allies Question Their Role In Libya

In Libya, the violent, nearly month-long conflict between forces loyal to leader Moammar Gaddafi and rebel fighters is raising questions and frustrations about the urgency and scale of the NATO air operation. Host Scott Simon talks with Stephen Flanagan, senior vice president and Henry A. Kissinger Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, about NATO's engagement in Libya, the disagreement among allies over the level of engagement and calls from Britain and France to intensify strikes against Gadhafi's forces.