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A rebel fighter hauls anti-aircraft ammunition in Ras Lanuf, Libya.

Mar. 11, 2011

Last week, journalists referred to Libya as "on the brink” of civil war. This week, more and more headlines dropped the qualifier. So, what constitutes civil war? Clive Jones, former co-editor of the journal Civil Wars and a professor at the University of Leeds, shares his thoughts. Also, For 25 years, Chicago’s Marjorie Kovler Center has pioneered programs to help torture survivors heal.  The center’s director, Dr. Mary Fabri, and the filmmakers behind the documentary Beneath the Blindfold discuss the lives of torture survivors living here in Chicago. And film contributor Milos Stehlik reviews the film Of Gods and Men.