Moammar Gadhafi’s Death is Small Step Towards Middle East Peace

The impact of Moammar Ghadafi's death stretches well past the borders of Libya.
 
Even though he had been out of power for two months now, his death marks a symbolic end to his reign of terror.
 
The uprising was part of the youth powered Arab Spring movement that has already made waves in neighboring countries like Egypt.
 
The United States has supported this movement as they have been dealing with Gadhafi for decades.

9&10's Eric Lloyd and photojournalist Tony Zyber spoke with a political science expert on the impact of his death.