Washington Week

March 18, 2011

03/18/2011 | 21m 43s

President Obama and the U.N. warn Moammar Gadhafi to stop military action against rebels or face consequences. Meanwhile, after the earthquake, tsunami and partial nuclear plant meltdown in Japan, the U.S. reviews nuclear safety and a look at the global economic impact of the disaster. Joining Gwen, Tom Gjelten, NPR, Coral Davenport, National Journal, and David Wessel, Wall Street Journal.

Aired: 03/18/11

Rating: NR

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