Payton Knopf on the Geopolitical Tensions in the Red Sea

August 15, 2018 00:09:18
Payton Knopf on the Geopolitical Tensions in the Red Sea
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Payton Knopf on the Geopolitical Tensions in the Red Sea

Aug 15 2018 | 00:09:18

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Show Notes

Both the eastern and western shores of the Red Sea increasingly function as a common political and security arena in which the U.S. has significant interests, including the free flow of $700 billion in commerce and competition for influence from external powers like China and Iran. To address the region’s interlinked challenges requires a comprehensive U.S. strategy, says Payton Knopf.

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