Sudan’s tragedy: Rogue generals and failed coups | Opinions

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At the heart of Sudan’s ongoing tragedy lies a familiar travesty.

For decades, countries in the Middle East have suffered from military coups carried out in the name of national salvation, pride and prosperity that have consistently culminated in disaster.

Many of the coups in the 1950s and 1960s –…

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