Washington grapples with ‘epidemic of coups’ after military takeover in Sudan

Experts say policy options largely fall into three buckets: applying diplomatic pressure, issuing sanctions, and cutting military aid and other assistance.

Sudanese security forces are deployed in Khartoum during a protest Tuesday after the military seized power in the country. (AP Photo/Marwan Ali)

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