As the Gadhafi regime continues to crumble, with rebel forces gaining control of the Tripoli, Libya appears to be on the brink of a transition — from autocratic to democratic rule. But how that transition will occur is not yet clear. Robert Siegel speaks with Martin Indyk, director of the Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Institution, about what happens when the regime falls — and what the Libyan National Transitional Council needs to do to help fill the power void.
Melissa Block talks with Jack Farchy of the Financial Times about the challenge of shipping huge amounts of gold overseas. Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has announced he wants all the country's holdings in gold physically moved to Venezuela. The logistics are tricky — but even trickier is the issue of insurance.