Jason McGahan, a former writer for the Washington Post, has been writing on politics and culture for ten years. He holds an MA in literarture and enjoys traveling, reading and writing poetry.
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Sunday, February 13, 2011
Mubarak’s Men to Reform Egypt? U.S. Diplomatic Cables Tell Another Story
For thirty years, Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt with an iron hand, enforcing his will through violence and holding the democratic rights of his people in contempt. In a mere matter of eighteen days, mass protests brought an end to his rule and called into question the political future of his most loyal partisans at the highest levels of the Egyptian government.