Moammar Gaddafi’s 42-year reign as dictator in Libya was brought to an end by a combination of civilian uprising, and limited military support from a coalition of allied forces, including the United States. But with Gaddafi gone, the country is now facing an era of uncertainty, with no clear leader and no clear way forward. Sam Seder discusses the situation in Libya, and some possible challenges we could see in the near future, with Steve Clemons, Washington editor at large for The Atlantic.