At a rare public meeting in Washington, D.C., on Monday, a veritable who’s who of State Department and international lawyers debated what it would mean if the United States were to recognize the Libyan rebels as that country’s government.

Libya’s Transitional National Council, or TNC, has been pushing hard for recognition, which might allow it access to $33 billion in frozen Libyan assets and would bolster its international standing.

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