At least three professors—from Harvard, the London School of Economics, and Rutgers—received money to travel to Libya, meet with Muammar Qaddafi, and pen op-eds touting his democratic credentials.
Who paid them?
Here are the titles of the three op-eds, their authors, and where they appeared, based on a report in The Nation.
• “Tripoli Diarist,” by Joseph Nye, of Harvard’s Kenney School, which appeared in The New Republic in 2007. Nye said Qaddafi “was interested in discussing ‘direct democracy,'” according The Nation.