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Egyptians now have a new government, and new-found access to state security documents.
David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times
Donald Horowitz, fellow with the Woodrow Wilson Center and James B. Duke Professor of Law and Political Science at Duke University
Collaboration tools like Twitter have allowed agencies to communicate directly with constituents. For the State Department this week, the constituents have been the people and governments in the Arab world.
Omar Bassiouny, 32, came to the D.C. area from Alexandria, Egypt 15 months ago. His family is still there.
As many around the world wonder what will happen next in Egypt, some are turning to history as their guide.
POLITICO's Jen Di Mascio explains how the protests in Egypt could affect U.S. contractors doing business there.
History is filled with well-intentioned revolutions that have ended with despots and tyrants worse than those they replaced.
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Susan Richards-Benson of Burke, Va., has lived in Egypt for five years while working for a tourism magazine. She was in Cairo when the protests began.
The New York Times reports that this latest effort to censor the Internet comes after the Egyptian protests.